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Why Overpay for RPA

It is ironic that RPA cost inflation occurs when these companies are facing skyrocketing national inflation and higher interest rates which makes it more difficult to serve their debt.
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Attended Robotic Process Automation (RPA): Five product capabilities to look for in an enterprise-grade solution

To ensure superior outcomes from attended RPA adoption, it is imperative to select a solution with enterprise-grade capabilities and evaluate other provider capabilities that are crucial for a successful implementation. Also, be cognizant of the challenges that might hinder organization-wide adoption and learn from the best practices of mature adopters to address these issues and achieve success.
prepared agents the new pioneers

Prepared agents: The new pioneers

Imagine trying to settle a new continent or explore a new planet – so much would be unfamiliar, including unmapped areas, suspecting locals, and not even knowing what you don’t know. Now, think of your contact center agent, similarly sent off into the new era of digital everything – still trying to deliver exceptional customer service, but under pressure, a lone pioneer in a new territory, and challenged in unprecedented ways by the change in culture and surroundings.

NEVA Discover: Optimize Your Processes Based on Actionable Insights

There are thousands of inefficiencies across your business, ranging from process bottlenecks, execution gaps and error-prone manual tasks to systems latency and overreliance on the knowledge base. Yet identifying each of them and knowing which to focus on first in process automation and optimization efforts isn’t easy without access to the right data and insights.

Labor Shortages: The Attended Robots are Coming to Help

As COVID-19 lockdowns took effect worldwide in 2020, economists like Nobel prizewinner Joseph Stieglitz predicted that the pandemic would unleash armies of job-killing robots that would exacerbate inequality.1 They anticipated that low-skilled employees would be put out of work by robots that do not get sick or need to isolate and socially distance.