An RPA tool can make a company’s major cost center (its data facility) more effective – which could more than justify the return on investment of an RPA platform. RPA Experts promise a return on investment of at least 30% to 300% in the first year
In addition to that, here’s the bottom line – RPA solutions are designed for ease of scalability. Here’s the deal, human professionals cannot scale their scope and reach of competitive activities at the level of a group of automated bots. Particularly, between both of these groups, humans and bots, the humans aren’t even close to bots when it comes to scalability.
A group of automated robotic processes, for instance, can be duplicated and programmed to accomplish a similar but slightly different set of procedures. The duplication and reprogramming can happen again and again, producing a legion of active systems where once there was a mere handful.
Additionally, these RPA bots can increasingly incorporate artificial intelligence and machine learning into their automation as discussed in the posts earlier, which offers yet another way to scale. In this case, AI and ML offer exponential scalability over human staff.