Failing to plan is planning to fail."Benjamin Franklin
Over the past few years, robotic process automation (RPA) has been at the forefront of a revolution in automation software and technology. Whereas automation of business processes and tasks used to be something that IT teams had to deliver with expensive tools over months or years, today it is feasible for blended teams, working across IT and business functions, to quickly address automation use cases of much greater variety, with high speed and relatively low cost.
But this revolution in automation accessibility and ease of use has its challenges. When tools can be used so easily to fix problems, it’s equally easy for those tools to be used inappropriately or ineffectively.
For organizations to overcome these challenges and succeed with automation, they must devise strategic approaches to automation, or business needs will go unfulfilled.
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