Why RPA Initiatives Fail?

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) targets to automate computer-centric work by replacing the repetitive tasks performed by humans. A software code, often called “bots” use a computer application following the same steps as a person does. It offers big opportunities for companies to boost efficiency and free up staff for higher-level tasks.

However, based on many researches, RPA projects often end up with failure. A study by Ernst & Young showed that around 30 to 50 percent of initial RPA projects fail. Success of RPA projects can be increased by using data-driven methodologies and correctly addressing the challenges in five dimensions.

We put these five dimensions together for you, so that, it will help you through successful RPA initiatives. If you want to learn more, then fill the form below to get your whitepaper!

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