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How do I prevent my RPA project being a failure?

McKinsey and Company have suggested that a large portion of RPA initiatives fail, due to technical complexities, fragility or the time it takes to evolve bots as requirements change. I might not entirely agree with McKinsey et al, but there are certainly places where ultimately an RPA initiative will fail, so it’s important to be aware of the following before putting batteries in your first project

The Successful Agent of Change

I’ve spent the majority of the last 20 years delivering IT projects for various Fortune 500 and SME organisations, more recently I’ve moved to a software sales organisation where I’m often delivering IT integration projects attached to enterprise software sales. The interesting clear difference between the former and the latter is when an organisation presents the integrator with a purchase order, it is normally associated with a commercially binding contract and is a totally transparent payment for expected service/product delivery.

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