To grow their competitive advantage, businesses are now looking to invest in a set of digital technologies which will help them automate repetitive and monotonous tasks and instead focus on their core competencies. Therefore, an area of consideration for them is Robotic process automation (RPA). With intelligent software systems, RPA can help businesses to free up their resources for more strategic initiatives.
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The £100m-revenue ($138m) VAR, based in the UK, has begun piloting RPA vendor Thoughtonomy's technology among its mid-market client base following an internal project that it claims has doubled the growth potential of its managed services business.
Robotic process automation has become a buzzword most procurement professionals can’t escape. But despite its seeming ubiquity, RPA still tends to produce just as much head scratching as efficiency gains.
Taken out of context, RPA can seem like yet another disruptive technology to keep track of alongside machine learning, blockchain and the like. Really, RPA is a single element of an overall procurement digital transformation strategy, and one of the more readily accessible technologies, in fact. For many procurement organizations, adopting RPA can be a first step on the digital roadmap that helps sustain more complex initiatives further along.
Enterprises in the early stages of their automation journey are still apprehensive about implementing RPA; those who are implementing RPA are struggling to remove human intervention. Many a time, RPA is bottled down as an immediate solution, which is far from true.
Businesses of all sizes— from enterprises to start-ups— have realized the value that automation brings. We now see automation solutions delivering high impact, focused results across various domains— from shipping and logistics to software development and ecommerce.
Cognitive RPA is becoming one of the fastest moving technologies that is helping the enterprises to automate their complex repetitive tasks done by humans which takes lot of time and efforts. RPA technology vendors are integrating cognitive capabilities within RPA platforms for making it more advanced and intelligent.
Global cognitive robotic process automation market is rapidly growing due to increasing adoption of digital workforce across different industries. Cognitive technologies integrated within robotic process automation helps to automate complex repetitive tasks by enabling decision making capabilities. This helps to carry out activities such as data entry and reconciliations.