Investing in RPA is first and foremost an investment in people. RPA frees employees from performing excess routine operations and allows them to devote more time to solving complex and creative tasks or to devote this time to self-development.
RPA algorithms almost completely eliminate errors and the "human factor" in repetitive operations that are critical to the success of a company. At the same time, robots perform operations several times faster than humans.
Scaling up (increasing the throughput of processes while growing a business) is several times cheaper than the traditional increase in staff. The implementation of RPA will make it possible to reuse developed robots and easily manage them (RPA licenses cost significantly less than the average employee salary).
Disposing employees from routine processes leads to an increase in job satisfaction, contributes to professional growth and leads to a decrease in staff turnover.