Think complex processes can’t be automated with RPA?

June 11, 2018

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Over the last eight years I’ve read through methodologies, use cases and capabilities and above all - watched robotic process automation (RPA) grow as a solution. I’ve never written anything about RPA so I thought it pertinent for my first-ever blog to write about something close to my heart: complex processes in the context of automation.

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