There are a few tried and tested steps to get your first RPA process up and running. Starting with Gathering Process details
For some companies, the pain points is so strong that adopting RPA becomes a no-brainer. For others however, there might need to be clear business case for implementing the technology before starting the project.
For companies embarking on introducing RPA to their organisation and doing everything inhouse, these are the cost factors to consider for developing and running their own RPA automations:
RPA Bots are really good at conducting the systematic, rule based, step by step processes that exist in most offices.
Have you ever had a IT technician remotely take control of your computer to sort an issue? The mouse starts to move itself, RPA is like that, but this time it’s a Robot who’s controlling the mouse.