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How to get Robotic Process Automation right in 2019

How to sucessfully implement RPA at your organization

Robotic Process Automation promises to eliminate tedious tasks, freeing corporate workers to focus on higher value work. Gartner estimates RPA market will top $1 billion by 2020, with 40 percent of large enterprises adopting an RPA software tool by then.

However, according to recent Deloitte UK study, only three percent of organizations have managed to scale RPA to a level of 50 or more robots. RPA requires proper design, planning, and governance if it's to bolster the business. Download our free e-Book to understand how Process Mining fits with this emerging technology and how to ensure your organization's RPA initiative succeeds.


With this e-Book, you'll be able to:

  • Understand the obstacles to implementing RPA and what are the key factors causing RPA to fail to deliver on the promises and expectations of ROI.
  • Learn how to build a strong RPA foundation by focusing on process and how to use Process Mining to gain a full understanding of the process that is being automated.
  • Know which questions you need to ask and answer to build your digital workforce to be fast and scalable and to implement it with effective governance.
Michal Rosik, CPO

About the Author:
Michal Rosik - Chief Product Officer

Minit’s CPO Michal Rosik has a passion for understanding how processes happen in reality and for uncovering issues that obstruct peak performance. He is an expert in helping companies worldwide extract value from their data, improve business performance and eliminate inefficiency from their operations by optimizing their business processes.

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