7 ways to balance RPA risk and opportunity

Forward-thinking companies of all sizes are adopting robotic process automation (RPA) to help speed up routine processes while keeping costs low and freeing up human workers to focus on innovation and customer services.

Forward-thinking companies of all sizes are adopting robotic process automation (RPA) to help speed up routine processes while keeping costs low and freeing up human workers to focus on innovation and customer services.

Forward-thinking companies of all sizes are adopting robotic process automation (RPA) to help speed up routine processes while keeping costs low and freeing up human workers to focus on innovation and customer services.

RPA is revolutionizing every industry, from banking to manufacturing, and has become a core part of the line-up of technologies driving digital transformation of products and services, taking its place alongside ground-breaking technologies like AI, the Internet of Things and big data analytics.

RPA confusion

Many companies are confused about the ways that RPA will change their organizations. They are concerned about introducing potential risks into currently stable processes.

Here are seven simple steps to help ensure that your organization achieves the benefits of RPA without introducing new risks.

Key takeaway.

As the 2019 deadline for leaving the EU looms, there still remains huge uncertainty for all types of businesses, especially for those who currently sell goods or services to Europe. Part of the hesitation is due to fear of the unknown. For some businesses, a ‘wait and see’ attitude has put the brakes on plans for exploiting markets both inside Europe and globally.

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