7 Ways to Find Out if Your Company is Ready for Robotic Process Automation

| November 22, 2018

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So perhaps you ought to seriously consider whether RPA is right for your company, or if the company is indeed ready for robotic process automation. We define RPA as a useful tool (i.e., including software and services) for maximally efficient use of a company’s available resources. Software robots mimic human activities, especially high-volume, routine, repetitive ones.

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