Dave Moss, CTO of Blue Prism, discusses with CIODive how enterprises might handle the rise of the bots and how the IT organization can make a smooth transition to RPA technology.
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is beginning to gain momentum in the enterprise. RPA automates repetitive, structured tasks and can manipulate data, communicate with other systems and even process transactions. And the market for RPA is expanding as enterprises look to trim costs and boost efficiencies.
The Institute for Robotic Process Automation recently predicted that RPA will change organizations' approach to business processes and IT support, helping to streamline workflows and strategies surrounding remote infrastructure and back-office work.
In a conversation with CIO Dive, Dave Moss, CTO of Blue Prism, discussed how enterprises might handle the rise of the bots and how the IT organization can make a smooth transition to RPA technology. This conversation has been condensed.