Robotic Process Automation (RPA) doesn't suit every process. Here's how to identify the best use cases in your organization
"Robotic process automation (RPA) can make a big difference for organizations plagued by repetitive mundane processes - the kind that suck up the productivity of people whose time would be better put toward more important work..."
"There are a vast number of uses for RPA,' says Chris Huff, chief strategy officer at Kofax. "In banking, tasks such as opening accounts or processing mortgage applications can be automated, while insurance companies can automate health and injury claims and onboarding for new applicants or agents. In the transport sector, supply chain and logistics operations can be streamlined with RPA. The list of possibilities is nearly endless and beneficial to any business that deals with laborious or tedious manual processes..."
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