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Robotic Process Automation (RPA) enables companies to automate routine tasks using software robots that emulate humans, so employees spend less time on manual work and more time on activities that leverage their valuable skills.Digital Workforce Solution (DWS) was founded to help companies and clients generate business value through digital transformation – including Robotics Process Automation (RPA), Business Process Manager (BPM), and Customer Relationship Manager (CRM). Unlike other advisory services, DWS is focused on ensuring companies succeed in their automation journey, through localized focus (Indianapolis and surrounding Midwest cities), measurable deliverables, and low-cost long-term engagements.

Robotics Process Automation Matthew Gustitus

    • Technology

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) enables companies to automate routine tasks using software robots that emulate humans, so employees spend less time on manual work and more time on activities that leverage their valuable skills.Digital Workforce Solution (DWS) was founded to help companies and clients generate business value through digital transformation – including Robotics Process Automation (RPA), Business Process Manager (BPM), and Customer Relationship Manager (CRM). Unlike other advisory services, DWS is focused on ensuring companies succeed in their automation journey, through localized focus (Indianapolis and surrounding Midwest cities), measurable deliverables, and low-cost long-term engagements.

    Setting Short-Term Goals with Robotics Process Automation

    Setting Short-Term Goals with Robotics Process Automation

    On this episode of the Robotics Process Automation Podcast, Matt talk about setting achievable short-term goals in your digital transformation as it relates to RPA.

    Matt discusses the following questions: 
    As part of our short-term goals, should we focus on where we need RPA the most, or the areas that give us the quickest returns first?Does the deployment of digital workers require changes to our computing applications?Lets say I am one of many decision makers at my company. I’m all in on RPA. Others not so much. What can I do to get more buy-in from my counterparts?Lets pretend that we have plenty of talent and plenty of time. How much can we do on our own implementing and maintaining RPA?There’s apparently an abundance of information out there on RPA, why haven’t I heard much about it?You can learn more about Robotics Process Automation by visiting https://www.digitalworkforcesolution.com/

    • 8 min

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