Today, organizations are leveraging on the power of RPA to enable and accelerate digital transformation.
Professor Leslie Willcocks of the London School of Economics described robotic process automation (RPA) as taking the robot out of the human. We, at TeBS, feel that RPA is the process of getting work done in the quickest, most inexpensive and accurate way possible.
In RPA, robots are programmed to follow the standard operating procedure based on rules and controlled frameworks.
The average knowledge worker on a back office process is estimated to take on several hours of repetitive, routine tasks. These uninteresting tasks often drain workers of their energy and motivation to work hard. RPA software can release workers from the mundaneness of such everyday work life. Moreover, dull and repetitive jobs often increase the chances of human oversights. Incorporating RPA in the business environment can largely eliminate these issues, while consequently, ensuring a positive return on investment (ROI).
Below are three ways in which RPA can bring a positive change to your organization.