When it comes to adopting automation, all of you AP managers and IT directors are probably jumping and cheering thinking about the benefits that RPA will have on your department. But, if you’re a CEO reading this, you may still be wondering what the benefits are for you and the rest of the C-Suite. After all, an investment this substantial should improve your workday, too, right?
Implementing a Robotic Process Automation (RPA) solution isn’t like introducing a new copier to the office. It takes extensive planning, research, buy-in and dedication to handling your business processes in a new, innovative way. Because of this, you want to make sure that you and your team are adequately prepared before any sort of implementation takes place.
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) sounds straightforward and all-encompassing. Right? But what about Business Process Management (BPM)? They’re the same… Right? Not quite. While they sound similar, embrace automation and provide very similar benefits, the two terms are actually quite different. Here's how: