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6 Step Starter Kit to implementing Robotic Process Automation

How to Digitally Transform the Way You Work

Many organizations still rely on manual tasks for vital business processes, such as collecting, reviewing and inputting information between systems, websites and portals – internal and external.

These repetitive, remedial tasks require your employees to log in and out of multiple systems, copying and pasting data between different sources and formats. In addition to being mind-numbing work, manual tasks are also highly inefficient and inaccurate – especially when compared to the predictability of automated work processes. But, as IT departments struggle to respond rapidly to the more pressing needs of business groups, key automation initiatives tend to get postponed, rescheduled or forgotten. The result is manual work lives on, and the status quo for inefficient operations remains.

The good news is there is an emerging solution called robotic process automation (RPA). Although RPA might evoke an image of a shiny metal robot stealing your chair and taking over your keyboard, it is actually a software solution that can digitally transform the way you work.

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