Are We Ready for a People-First Automation Mindset?
Empowering people and organizations with the tools to automate tedious tasks is a vision that robotics process automation (RPA) can help realize. In fact, the vast majority of companies who have implemented RPA initiatives experience reductions in errors and improved overall efficiencies. But there are obstacles to widespread RPA adoption rooted in conflicts about what processes to automate, who gets access to automation tools and how to reconcile automation with more traditional top-down approaches to solving business problems.
Read the IDC white paper, A robot for every worker: are we ready for a people-first automation mindset? to learn about:
Specific benefits of RPA implementation, including workers’ perspectives
Case studies that highlight successful automation implementation across multiple industries
Root causes of roadblocks to RPA adoption and strategies to overcome them
Capabilities necessary for citizen developer programs
Building an RPA program with the capabilities to go the distance (including the establishment of centers of excellence)
Learning how to establish a balanced approach to RPA implementation is critical in order to see significant gains. Co-sponsored by PwC and UiPath, and including global research from large companies across 19 industries, this paper analyzes RPA’s potential to drive efficiencies and innovation across an organization.