Robotic Process Automation (RPA) in Banking Industry

December 6, 2018

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RPA is growing exponentially. Recent RPA trends and forecasts report shows that by 2021, RPA will be $29 billion industry. That’s a huge increase from $250 million in 2016. In order to remain competitive in an increasingly saturated market - especially with the more widespread adoption of virtual banking - banking firms have had to find a way to deliver the best possible user experience to their customers.

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