Up to 85% of companies that have implemented RPA processes state their satisfaction. According to them, RPA has not only met, but often exceeded their expectations in terms of improved accuracy, flexibility and meeting deadlines.
Their potential is enormous and their power lies in simplicity. RPA-based automation can significantly reduce the volume of low-value human labor in a company. According to McKinsey research, the CEOs themselves will save up to 20% of their working time.
But when RPAs don’t work as they are supposed to? In practice, we can see three basic mistakes companies make when implementing RPA.