Direct and Indirect Benefits of RPA

RPA reduces the overall operational costs and improves efficiency by freeing human employees from mundane tasks to apply themselves to core business objectives. Following are some direct and indirect benefits of using RPA to automate processes:

Direct Benefits

  1. Enables 24/7/365 execution at a fraction of the cost of human equivalent creating 25-50% cost savings
  2. Increases production up to 2x to 5x FTE output
  3. Increase Accuracy resulting in fewer human errors
  4. Redirects resources to high-value business objective activities

Indirect Benefits

  1. Compliance and Legal requirements made easier
  2. Non-Invasive: Works on the front end instead of direct integration coding
  3. Decrease the need for ongoing training of employees
  4. Increased coverage without increasing overall FTE costs
  5. Automated Environments Provisioning
  6. Standardization

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