It’s 2019. I think it’s quite likely that every global enterprise has deployed or experimented with RPA in some form at this point. But, few have achieved significant scale. And there’s a reason for that. They started small, and thought small.
One of the most exciting and rewarding aspects of implementing RPA technologies is that they are not just about plugging in some technology and calling it a day. There is also a lot of re-thinking and re-building that can be done to extract the full potential of the automation.
We see this all the time; our clients build an internal capability with RPA and get really good at implementations; automating some great stuff for their business areas. But they’re set-up as a technology function or a silo within a business unit and don’t establish a framework to engage the ...
Yesterday, in an interactive webinar, Symphony Head of Strategy Ian Barkin and UiPath COO Guy Kirkwood, with IRPA President Raheem Hasan as moderator, discussed the differences between the reality versus the expectations of RPA..