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RPA in Tax: What You Need to Know

Published: 03 April 2019

ID: G00432606

Analyst(s): Finance Research Team


While only 17% of heads of tax say their function currently uses robotic process automation (RPA), 76% expect to do so by 2020. Since time is of the essence, here’s what you need to know as you dive in to your RPA journey quickly.

Table Of Contents

Why RPA Matters Now

Peer Examples of How RPA Can Add Value

The Costs of RPA

Measure Success Based on a Decrease in Manual Work

Recommended by the Authors

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