The myth that RPA is a low cost and easy to implement technology

We have no doubt that RPA will continue to be a buzzword in 2019. RPA is maximizing its awareness across all industries with more and more C-Suites making it clear that they want RPA to be part of their Digital Strategy.

You may have heard something like: “RPA is easy to develop and can be implemented even without a technical background”; But things aren’t always so straightforward. You’d be shocked if we told you the number of companies that despite having robots and licenses up & running, are unable to move projects forward. Furthermore, we found that many of these companies hired huge RPA teams, but were still unable to put an automated process into production.

As RPA initiatives start scaling up, the lack of experienced talent threatens to become a crisis. According to HfS Research:

“RPA is often marketed as being low-code or “easy,” which seems to have led users to believe that building robust RPA talent pools is optional. In fact, RPA requires as much effort and strategic planning as any technology, and experienced talent is crucial to delivering RPA success.”

Scaling talent (not software) is the biggest issue facing the RPA market today. Therefore, we have positioned ourselves as the highest qualified UiPath Training Partner with our own Roboyo Academy, delivering in class and online trainings covering the full UiPath curriculum as well as customized trainings for our clients.

In addition, we have launched our new service “Roboyo Live – RPA Experts On Demand” where you can get in touch with our highly experienced and qualified RPA experts during the development process and before problems occur. Stay tuned to find out more or contact us to request more information

Are you still eager to know more about RPA? You might want to check our post: 7 Outstanding Ways to Scale RPA to the next Level

 

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