Creating Business Value with Robotic Process Automation

| August 9, 2018

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A typical BPM effort involves straight-through process automation of tasks that need to be handed over the systems or applications. Humans perform the activities where unstructured decision making is needed or in cases where it is simply not possible to automate the task. This is where dual data-entry, swivel chair scenarios for data transfer and some of the mundane approval operations gained prominence among human tasks.

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