Business Process Automation Projects that really “move the needle” in terms of return on investment.

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Business Process Automation Projects that really “move the needle” in terms of return on investment, today, begin with the implementation of Robotic Process Automation (RPA).

Business Process Automation Projects that really “move the needle” in terms of return on investment address repetitive tasks.

Repetitive tasks are executed frequently and usually involve significant manual effort. To get the best return, companies are looking to find ways to minimize human involvement to really improve the process cycle time and cost metrics that are commonly used to measure process performance.

Statistics show that 80% of tasks employees perform daily on their computers are repetitive. Companies who take the time to define and describe repetitive tasks will find that RPA will dramatically reduce these tasks and increase efficiency and productivity.

In-depth requirements analysis is crucial at the start of these projects because it details the process a user follows to do specific tasks and will fix any redundancy in those processes.  This approach helps companies identify just how far automation can be taken, and when diminishing returns will kick in.

It’s time to find out the time savings and operational efficiencies Robotic Process Automation can provide your business in 2022 by contacting jfrano@adaptivegrowth.com.