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May organizations realizing that the promise of RPA goes well beyond a few projects.  RPA is becoming a practice and has the potential to deliver huge value for your organization.   So how do you get there?

In this white paper, UI Path’s Chief Strategy Office, Varghara Moayed shares a step by step plan for achieving full scale RPA deployment. Varghara shares some of the common pitfalls that must be overcome, how to create an operating model that scales,  and a seven step process for business process automation.

GSDS has modeled our service offerings to align with these steps, so no matter where you are in your RPA journey, our team can bring the skills you need to maximize your investment.

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Process identification and prioritization

This exercise involves applying a methodology by which the right processes are chosen and prioritized according to their potential and complexity vis a vis automation. In other words, it’s about processes being assessed for their RPA compatibility.


Detailed process assessment

This second step consists of examining a process in more detail in its components to see if the potential and complexity assessed at first  still hold and also what percent of this process can  actually be automated. During this  closer examination, some of the processes chosen at first will probably be discarded.


Process redesign

Invariably when the time to automate comes, organizations will discover that their processes are not as standardized, optimized, documented or followed as they thought. We highly recommend them to take the opportunity to optimize the process before proceeding to automate it.


Defining detailed user stories & business requirements

This crucial step consists of describing the process to its most detailed steps and understanding as much as possible all the potential exceptions (technical and business) in order to develop robust RPA workflows that will be passed on to RPA developers.



In this  step, based on the work done in step 4, actual RPA workflows are programmed and the process is automated.


User Acceptance Testing

During this  step, the automated process is tested to observe its behavior and to correct potential bugs and catch potential exceptions that might have been missed during step 4 & 5.



It is recommended that for a period of 2 weeks, the process be carefully monitored by the person who has developed the automation to be able to intervene and quickly correct any remaining issues that may appear until a high level of reliability is reached.


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