A Powerful Approach for Scaling AutomationGet the Whitepaper
If you’re having problems scaling RPA, it just might be the process you’re using. Unfortunately, as you take on a greater number of more complex RPA projects, problems start to surface with a waterfall approach.
- Lack of a consistent process creates bottlenecks and staff underutilization.
- If requirements change or issues are found after you’ve started building, your deadlines may suffer.
- Insufficient testing leads to failures and higher maintenance rates
That’s why more successful, scaled automation programs use a different approach they’ve adopted from modern soware development. It’s called “continuous automation development.”