Understanding Robotic Process Automation: Value Proposition, Deployment Model and Use Cases

By Erik Dorr, Martijn Geerling and Jim O'Connor of The Hackett Group
Published in Enterprise Strategy, Management Issue
Available for download with permission.

Are you realizing the benefits of Robotic Process Automation?

Canon Business Process Services is pleased to provide you with important Hackett Group research on the potential benefits of Robotic Process Automation, a relatively new method for process automation and application integration that can reduce process costs and cycle time. Learn about the nine value drivers for RPA and how companies can benefit from an RPA deployment.

The value proposition of robotic process automation is based on its low barriers to adoption: reasonable cost, high speed of solution development, and limited dependency on IT resources. While the potential benefits are real, service delivery organizations must be very deliberate in developing their RPA plans, basing them on a solid understanding of the technology and its applicability. RPA deployment plans must be tied into the roadmap for the business processes and enabling business applications that are to be integrated or automated using RPA technology, since they are intrinsically linked.

Robotic Process Automation in Action: Employee Data Setup

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