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In order to mitigate the business impact of the “great resignation”, more companies have begun expanding their automation strategy to address this challenge.
Here’s how a digital workforce can alleviate the effects of the current labor shortage, and how mainstream automation adoption can help prevent another mass employee exodus in the future
For many businesses, the past year has been both challenging and transformational. With business leaders expanding their automation deployments to build long-term resilience and better meet the needs of their customers and partners.
Passive discovery is the natural starting point for any fledgling automation program. When talking to business stakeholders that have yet to utilize automation tools, there is often a large pool of ideas that are offered up that can be addressed with automation.
Process Discovery is a technique used to identify, analyze, and quantify current business processes and workflows for potential digital transformation opportunities.
With nearly any automation project, an organization is expected to face common challenges such as errors and exceptions.
This October, hundreds of RPA experts gathered to celebrate and accelerate their journeys towards becoming fully automated enterprises at UiPath Forward IV.
Document processing is a critical function that directly affects the efficiency of all businesses, regardless of industry or size.
Document Understanding has been in a large upward trend as organizations with automations are looking to enhance their current processes, and others are looking to dive into digital transformation headfirst.
Starting an RPA Program and successfully transitioning past the pilot stage into a scaling stage is a tricky task. If not set up for success from inception, a lot of programs fail after a few processes
Today, RPA has become a strategic priority for businesses across the globe – with adoption permeating nearly every industry, more organizations are reaping its benefits than ever.
If your enterprise is serious about maintaining a successful automation program then you already know that the RPA journey doesn’t end after bot deployment.
One question we often come across in the early stages of client automation projects is the total cost of ownership for RPA, which the business must determine beforehand in order to calculate the project’s
With the global shift to remote work, the need for business continuity and resilience has never been greater. As the pandemic heightened digital demands, companies new to automation were propelled
Even with the pandemic-induced current economic climate, the RPA Industry has been growing at exponential rates throughout 2020 and is predicted to continue that trend over the next several years. Currently, the market is flooded with a plethora of “Success Stories”,
With most agile organizations already having begun their RPA journey, the question on many business leaders’ minds in 2021 will not be how to start an RPA program,
UiPath has truly built one of the most robust and thorough Partner Programs in the Enterprise RPA Space. Whereas other Enterprise RPA companies tend to focus on financial commitments,
One pitfall that we see clients stumble across often is not taking maintenance needs into account. When building automations, whether its attended
Accelirate, a UiPath National Diamond business partner, recently co-hosted a series of enterprise automation workshops with UiPath. The 8-week series covered a variety of trending topics in the enterprise automation world from attended bots, to process and task mining,
We have seen organizations deal with one particular pain point - dealing with a process that is always down or in need of support.
A common mistake companies make early in the automation journey is not setting up a clear RPA strategy. Without a clear plan from management, departments and sub-groups within a company will set up different governance models
As RPA becomes more universal, there is a justifiable desire to automate cross-functional business processes from end-to-end.
Even with the pandemic-induced current economic climate, the RPA Industry has been growing at exponential rates throughout 2020 and is predicted to continue that trend over the next several years.
Selecting the first set of processes in an RPA journey can be daunting. The high-overhead costs add pressure to select processes that give an incredible amount of ROI that justify the investment.
With the dawn of UiPath StudioX and growing interest in citizen developers, Business Users across the country are using simplified automation building programs to create and implement their own personal automations.
By being proactive in client engagements, you can overcome some of the delays that may arise due to the change in working conditions.
October 2019 turned out to be a defining moment for the RPA and Automation Industry with UiPath’s Annual Conference, Forward III held in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Have you finished your RPA project? Are you getting the results you expected? Absolutely. But is there still room for improvement? Of course; there always is!
Marketing efficacy remains at the forefront of business growth and success.
As investment growth brings about increasingly large mortgage portfolios, many financial institutions often find themselves inundated with a proportional increase in resource strain and decrease in efficiency;
Typical KYC processes include periodic data collection to verify customer identity, ongoing monitoring of customer activity
A lot of people wonder why RPA Technology became such a big deal in the first place. The usual answer is that RPA helps automate Business Processes and improves business efficiency.
When a company first embarks on their Robotic Process Automation (RPA) journey, 99% of the time Joe from Finance, Sarah from Process Optimization, or Tom from IT is assigned to investigate RPA. They probably raised their hand at the monthly meeting
As Robotic Process Automation (RPA)/Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology continues to progress both in capability and scope, businesses are expanding their use beyond main frame/legacy/desktop/web applications into the realm of Citrix/virtualized environments in an effort to offset costs while increasing productivity.
If companies and businesses want to ensure future success, it is imperative to accept and embrace the capabilities provided by robots. Artificial intelligence won't always be perfect, but it can dramatically improve your work output and add to your bottom line. It's important to emphasize that the goal is not to curtail employees but to find ways to leverage the robots to automate everyday tasks or detail-oriented processes and focus the employees on higher-value activities.