RPA has passed the early adopters phase and it's in the in the early- late majority phase. The adoption of RPA is massive crossing verticals and companies size. While the massive adoption of RPA was couple of years ago, many of the early adopters are still struggling with leveraging their RPA project and realise the real potential of RPA.
Many of the early adopter companies are at the 2nd and 3rd phase of RPA, some of them has changed the RPA vendor which is usually not assisting much.
If your company is among these companies, we have some very good news for you. First, you are not alone, which is always nice to know, and second, the challenge is not as difficult as it seems.
One of the main issues with RPA is that it can do so many things, that it's easy to lose track and develop many complicated projects which are very hard to maintain and in many cases doesnt bring a significant impact as expected.
The solution is usually fairly simple. get the focus back, define what would be the expected results of your RPA project, guide the existing team, put a process in place and you are back on track.
Valor has an extensive experience in assisting RPA users to get back on track, define their next phase goals of RPA and assist experienced teams of RPA developers in adopting our sucessful methodology of delivering sucessful RPA project and maintaining the existing ones with minimal effort and constantly improving the business value with full transparency to the managment. usually there is no need to replace your RPA vendor and not the team, but assist them with some best practice and guidance how to get back on track.
We will be happy to discuss with you about our 8 weeks workshop to boost your existing RPA project and get the real value from it.