The Reality of RPA
The common expectations of RPA vs. the reality of what it’s able to accomplish
An evaluation of RPA’s capabilities, in comparison to what is possible with an AI- and ML-backed solution
How an intelligent automation solution can enable greater accuracy, better connectivity, and true configurability to support your business objectives
If you’ve decided to invest in automation, you may be one integration away from modernizing your operations and fundamentally changing how you complete tasks, parse through data, enable your employees, and respond to your customers. Alternatively, if you choose a solution that doesn’t fit within the needs of your business or how your team works, you could be embarking on an expensive, time-consuming, and frustrating endeavor.
Robotic Process Automation, or RPA, is an automation solution that has gained momentum in enterprise-level software circles, but if you’re considering it for your organization, it’s important to understand it’s true functionality —and more importantly, acknowledge its limitations.
To make your research easier, we’ve aggregated some RPA industry expectations and compared them to the reality of what RPA is capable of accomplishing to help you decide if it’s worthy of your time and money.
Download this guide today to evaluate whether a rules-based automation is the right fit, or if your enterprise requires something more intelligent.