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Robotic Process Automation: 8 Guidelines for Effective Results
- Key Challenges
- Capitalizing on RPA
- Definition of RPA Software
- Is It RPA or RPA "Washed" — Should You Care?
- Guideline 1: Formalize an Enterprise Automation Roadmap
- Guideline 2: Aspire for Revenue Generation, but Act on Short-Term Results Rapidly
- Guideline 3: Formalize IT Teams' Involvement as Early as Possible to Maximize Business Outcomes
- Essential IT Involvement
- Reasons IT Should Embrace RPA Concepts
- Guideline 4: Create a Joint IT and Business RPA Team
- Guideline 5: Get External Help and Build Internal Skills for RPA
- Guideline 6: Build the Business Case for RPA
- Guideline 7: Communicate What RPA Means to Your Organization
- Guideline 8: Visualize the Cycle of a Robot Deployment
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