RPA can help your organization go faster, save costs, and focus on higher-value activities, however, only if the “right” manual processes are selected for RPA.  To evaluate which processes to covert to gain the most value and return on investment, consider the following:

  1. Is the process stable, standard, and predictable? Processes that are rule-based with few exceptions and do not require a significant subjective decision make the best candidates for RPA building efforts.
  2. What are the volume and scale? High value, regularly performed, and processes involving more FTEs increase the value of RPA by reducing human errors and improve job satisfaction.
  3. Does the process involve sensitive data?  Keeping data secure is a priority for every organization.  RPA reduces the probability of mishandled data and reduces the risk of employee’s access to sensitive data.

The better your organization understands the current processes and have the processes documented to identify all of the steps and employees involved, the better success to convert to RPA.  Starting with a basic analysis of the process with the three questions listed above provides a guideline to prioritize and chose the processes to convert to reduce inefficiencies and achieve results.  Dewpoint can assist by providing business analyst support to review your current processes and document the gaps.  Once the process steps are understood and determined to be a good candidate for RPA, Dewpoint has the application development support to covert the process.  Learn more about our RPA offering today and how we can help you successfully implement RPA.

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