Customer Experience and Streamlined Operations are at the heart of every progressive business. Competition is increasing, as is a customer’s expectation of their digital experience. Their judgement of your service capability is based on the efficiency with which they can interact, the knowledge and insights they can derive and the relevance and personalisation they experience.
So to deliver on all these customer expectations, and keep process efficiency in check, we see automation as playing a central role. And while its role is central, its execution almost always is not. So in this blog we’re going to attempt to demystify some of the elements of automation.
In a systems integration context RPA tools are enabling automated integration with legacy systems that wasn’t previously possible, easy or feasible. As with any technology, however, there are some scenarios where RPA is not a good fit (nothing is ever a silver bullet, is it?). In this blog I’m going to detail some key points you should consider before using RPA as another tool in the “integration” toolbox.
As the RPA market has accelerated, the tools have started to mature and we see an opportunity for RPA to play a more strategic role in the integration digital ecosystem as well as providing the foundation for future artificial intelligence and cognitive computing technologies.
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