Overcoming RPA and intelligent automation challenges

Overcoming RPA and intelligent automation challenges
  • It’s all about the competitive-edge. So, the one that automates first will have an advantage over the rest.
  • It’s always better to start small. Enterprises that start off with pilot projects and iterate with agile development have been more successful than those who directly adopt an enterprise-wide adoption. This is because large scale roll outs pose more challenges, complexities and uninformed decisions.
  • Have a single decision-maker that is authorised to make all quick and important decisions to ensure there are no halts and the projects continue at a good pace.
  • Build a team that consists of both technical and business experts who will be responsible for decision making and execution. Rope in legal experts as well at an early stage to ensure compliance and legal issues are addressed. This team will also evaluate, keep track of progress and make recommendations whenever necessary.

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