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Robotic Process Automation: A “no-hype” buyers guide

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An economy increasingly based on digital interaction is pushing interest in automated business processes to new heights. But what’s the best way to get there?

Automation is a subject of great potential for enterprises that rely on fast, efficient processes to drive efficiency and deliver better experiences to business users and end customers. There are many paths and possible entry points, from standalone software solutions to sophisticated business process management systems and full outsourcing. Each has its own advantages, drawbacks, potential benefits and level of risk.

Robotic process automation (RPA) is the use of software bots to automate highly repetitive, routine tasks normally performed by regular workers. It is one way of utilizing technology to run businesses more effectively and free resources from simple manual tasks to more value-adding activities.

However, there are many factors to be aware of when beginning to make use of robotic process automation. In the following whitepaper, you can get all the knowledge you need before deciding whether RPA is beneficial for your business to ease specific work-loads. This includes pros & cons, opportunities & threats, advice on what questions to ask your vendor and ideas on how to get started with robotic process automation:

Robotic Process Automation – A “no-hype” buyers guide

Are you curious to learn more about RPA or start your automation journey?

If so, check out IBM Robotic Process Automation. On the site, you can learn a lot more about the field and download your free trial to get started with RPA right away.

If you have any further questions or would like to start a dialogue on the opportunities with RPA in your organization, please do not hesitate to contact me directly at KHAYAT@dk.ibm.com

Hybrid Cloud Solution Sales Leader

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