The State of Robotic Process Automation Infographic


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Tuesday, July 16, 2019

RPA has fast become a buzzword in the business world. How is this technology revolutionizing operations and what does this mean for the future?

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The State of Robotic Process Automation
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How is RPA being used by businesses today?

The modern business environment has been increasing the pressure on every department to work faster and more efficiently. Advancements in artificial intelligence and machine learning mean that robotic process automation (RPA) has stepped in to help meet these challenges and streamline department productivity.

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Every department has been able to benefit from this technology by automating specific tasks, including; extracting and accessing information in data silos, and time-consuming and repetitive manual tasks.

These streamlined operations have enabled departments to embrace the fast-paced modern business environment whilst also cutting-costs, increasing productivity and providing better access to critical data.

The potential of RPA is great and many businesses are leveraging this young technology whilst they can to finally catch up and overtake the competition of larger, more established enterprises. There is still scope for RPA to improve different areas of business and overcome new challenges.

We delved deeper into the current state of RPA, how it’s being used and what this could mean for the future. Take a look at our key findings in the infographic below.

Robotic Process Automation Infographic - IFP

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