10 RPA Use Cases for IT, HR, Finance & Accounting and More

Daniel schmidt | November 27, 2018

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Truly valuable enterprise software does exactly what it promises, working across the business to solve numerously and often completely different challenges. When the Director of Finance & Accounting laments his department’s manual process for retrieving invoices from portals and emails and inputting the information into SAP, he might not realize that the exact same software can solve the Chief Revenue Officer’s desire to proactively monitor competitor pricing and automatically match or undercut or the IT manager’s wish to automate user setup and configuration.

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