Many business technology innovations get their start in large enterprises, and when proven effective, trickle down to smaller organizations. Think EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) and EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer) for example. These two technologies were once the exclusive purview of the largest corporations and now have become commonplace among even the smallest start-ups. Yet another acronym, RPA (Robotic Process Automation), is the next business technology to have started large and is now finding a home among midmarket enterprises. How effectively does RPA technology scale to meet the automation needs of midmarket companies?
The reality is that RPA is especially beneficial for midmarket companies.