So you want to identify the business processes/areas that are very suitable for RPA?

There are departments in your business crying out for automation, that are full of manually intensive computer-based processes, with staff doing boring, monotonous tasks. Look for teams with high attrition rates, highly frustrated employees, and large backlogs of back-office work.

You’re looking for areas that have a high amount of these types of processes:

  1. Logical repetitive steps
  2. High amount of data entry and data validation
  3. Syncing same data into multiple systems
  4. Inputting, exporting, migrating data
  5. Transactional processes handling high volumes
  6. Errors that have a massive impact on the business
  7. High percentage of manual errors
  8. Processes with high queues which delay delivery to customers
  9. Business areas with high employee turnover
  10. Large seasonal spikes in work volume
  11. Processes requiring large teams
  12. High amount of data searching, data gathering, or data cleansing
  13. Repetitive updates to databases or form filling
  14. Moving data from one system to the next, or between multiple systems or databases
  15. Highly regulated activities
  16. Financial, compliance, auditing

Avoid teams with these types of processes:

  1. Low volume
  2. High variety, multiple ways of completing a task (many exceptions)
  3. Unstructured data inputs (free text forms rather than dropdown lists)

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