Can gamification contribute to effortless robotic process automation?

| August 28, 2018

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Robotics and automation have been covered in many articles, but robotics with some sort of game on top? That sounds new and refreshing - utopian, even. What could be better than blending work and games? I’m convinced - and hopefully, you will be too by the end of this blog - that in addition to being fun, gamification can accelerate your internal RPA efforts and become a self-evolving automation culture booster.

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