We have all heard of companies coming out of nowhere and it seems like they blow up overnight. How did they do it? What was their strategy?
The moving assembly line was developed for the Ford Model T in 1913. When this first happened people thought they would lose their jobs. But what it did was create more opportunities to focus on productive profit-driven tasks, allowing people to be experts in specific areas.
What happened when the first home computer was built in 1977? Executives promised their advanced computing and data processing abilities would raise business performance to new heights. But how would this strange new technology affect employees? Would it eliminate their jobs? Employees panicked.
What people found out was that the assembly line and home computers wouldn’t replace them. Instead, it would allow them to work smarter to do more with less effort and greater accuracy.
RPA is the new assembly line and home computer of our generation. It’s time for us to learn more about it and embrace it. With the growth of RPA, it is essential to know the value it can bring now so when the tide hits you’re at the front end of it all.
To get a better understanding of how RPA is impacting businesses of all sizes today, here are 8 common use cases that are challenging but that RPA has solutions for. It’s a game-changer 🚀
* 8 of the most common back-office processes that are suitable for RPA: Click here for your downloadable copy.