How to make RPA implementation successful
Nowadays, every company in almost every industry is trying to benefit from the automation wave. Automation can be implemented in various forms, and one of the quickest ways to benefit from the technology is frontend automation. This is typically achieved by implementing Robotic Process Automation (RPA). However, business and IT teams that implement RPA has an answer to every automation challenge that often fails to achieve returns. In such cases, RPA implementations appear promising in the beginning, but during final deployment, they fail to achieve end results.
A recent report from professional services firm Ersnt & Young suggests that "30 to 50 percent of RPA projects initially fail. That is a significant number, but all is not lost for companies looking to implement an automation solution."
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