A skilled resource anywhere across the world usually devotes her time on two types of tasks: routine and non-routine. While the latter allows for creative and cognitive thinking that allow organizations to evolve and stay with the times, the time share given to the former could well be relooked at.
Robotic Process Automation, according to an expert in this field, is the science of taking the robot out of the human.
BPM revenues in 2015 were around $177 billion, but the impact of robotic process automation was around $125-175 million. Although it is a significant figure, the scope of expansion is very huge, considering technology services and products are being adopted heavily in a digital-first world, and companies increasing workload and resource crunch. We throw some light on how RPA could be the silver bullet your business needs today: