What's the most important friction in deploying Robotic Process Automation (RPA) in your company?

What's the most important friction in deploying Robotic Process Automation (RPA) in your company?

Top Response : As a B2B SaaS investor, RPA has been a focus of ours. Countless enterprise organizations are turning to RPA and/or BPO to cut costs and free up employees to do more high value work. Unfortunately 96% of companies fail to see an ROI on the investment. For many companies, especially mid-market companies, there's a lack of resources, bandwidth and expertise to successfully integrate/build/maintain automation software. Those who choose to outsource see long leads times and end up with very high attrition rates (40-50%) and low quality work product.  We've been really impressed with Roots Automation (Rootsautomation.com) - a startup based in NYC that offers the first zero-integration, self-learning digital coworkers.

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As a B2B SaaS investor, RPA has been a focus of ours. Countless enterprise organizations are turning to RPA and/or BPO to cut costs and free up employees to do more high value work. Unfortunately 96% of companies fail to see an ROI on the investment. For many companies, especially mid-market companies, there's a lack of resources, bandwidth and expertise to successfully integrate/build/maintain automation software. Those who choose to outsource see long leads times and end up with very high attrition rates (40-50%) and low quality work product.  We've been really impressed with Roots Automation (Rootsautomation.com) - a startup based in NYC that offers the first zero-integration, self-learning digital coworkers.
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