Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is about automating repeatable high-volume tasks. Compared to workflow automation, this approach aims to work on the front-end of software, removing the need for cumbersome integrations and scripting.
RPA can bring about substantial business benefits to a company, but it can also be very costly if implemented without sufficient business process knowledge. Insufficient understanding of the steps, substeps, and variations in your processes leads to loss of time and resources. Consequently, finding out about your business processes through traditional methods, such as workshops and process modeling, can also be lengthy and costly endeavors.
For gaining the needed information, process mining is the perfect tool for your RPA deployment efforts:
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Adopting RPA and process automation in an organization can be an expensive investment, process mining helps to avoid unnecessary costs of automating unstreamlined processes and having to reprogram the robots.
By using process mining to optimize the adoption of process automation and robotics, the RPA deployment process shortens by half, project risk is reduced by 60%, and business value is increased by 40%.