RPA is a journey not just a project.
RPA will reach its full potential at the end of a consistent process.
We like to think of it as a journey, one in which a virtual workforce is deployed by the organization to help achieve its long-range corporate goals. Considering RPA a short-term project (perhaps to cut process costs or increase accuracy) will hold back some of the benefits a fully grown, healthy implementation usually provides.
Typical RPA journey
The primary focuses of this step are:
During the ramp-up phase, champions should accelerate activities designed to identify further RPA opportunities within the organization and showcase process automation successes to a broader business audience.