In the last three to four years, robotic process automation has become an integral part of enterprise digital transformation. The effects of RPA in digital transformation are such that the technology generated around $1 billion in revenue in the year 2019.
"In a survey by Deloitte, 53% of respondents said that RPA implementation has already begun in their enterprise."
On the other hand, Gartner predicts that within the next two years, 72% of the organizations will be working with robotic process automation solutions.
The above statistics show a positive trend in RPA adoption. They also show that an increasing number of enterprises are focusing on digital transformation through RPA.
Your enterprise is not untouched by productivity loss. It mainly occurs due to:
- Inefficient processes
- Poor tracking
- Communication gaps
- Ineffective collaboration
- Poor management
- What you want to achieve is:
Efficiency like the Japanese MNCs
- 50% increase in productivity
- 99% better accuracy in your operations
- Improved decision-making from employees
- Innovative action steps for overall organizational improvement
- A digital empowered enterprise the 21st century
But the problems occur when you realize that all of these don’t happen because of the activities that your employees do every day – these activities are nothing but bottlenecks in their productivity.
The role of RPA in digital transformation is that it transforms these bottlenecks in productivity into opportunities for maximizing it.
RPA supports digital transformation by taking off the unproductive, inefficient tasks from your team. You can delegate operations that no longer contribute to the growth of your employees.
When you embark on digital transformation using RPA, you are essentially saying to the employees that you value their time and would rather use it for more productive and creative activities.
If your employees feel that their time is being used wisely, they will start using it wisely.
On the other hand, once your employees are onboard the productivity train, your organization will automatically become a high-output entity.
The gap between where you are and where you want to reach will be effectively minimized once RPA and digital transformation start working together.
RPA implementation is much more than a cost-cutting machine for your enterprise. It is a virtual workforce that complements your human resources.
Your enterprise is more in need of Robotic Process Automation solutions than you can imagine.
Some of the workforce challenges you might be facing include:
- Unavailability of employees after office hours.
- Limited accessibility to human competencies.
- Human errors due to exhaustion, tiredness, burnout.
- Fixed and high-compensations even without projects.
- Managing employees and their complaints
When RPA and digital transformation work together, you can build a virtual workforce that solves all your workforce challenges.
The virtual workforce of bots relieves your employees of tedious tasks. In essence, you’ll have two separate workforces in your enterprise – RPA virtual workers and your human resources.
Embarking on digital transformation using RPA allows you to delegate the mundane tasks to your virtual workers and the creative, decision-making tasks to your human resources.
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