Why RPA fails—and what you can do about it

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Posted: 11/13/2017

The journey to automation success is one of milestone wins and learning from failure, says SWBC's Veer Chockalingam

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When it comes to implementing robotic process automation, the failures are just as important—if not more important—than the wins, said SWBC's VP of Stretegic Vendor Management, Veer Chockalingam. 

In the lead up to Intelligent Automation New Orleans 2017, the AIIA Network sat down with Chockalingam to discuss some of the common mistakes people make when implementing RPA—and how to avoid making them. 

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"Each organization is going to have it's own unique environmental related challenges," he said. For instance, "people commonly underestimate the run time, debt and maintenance requirements". 

Download your copy of the interview today for Chockalingam's insights on best practices for choosing the right process to automate, partnering with IT and selecting the right pricing model.

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Posted: 11/13/2017