RPA and outsourcing: A complete starter guide

Written by Jordan McMahon in Automating BPO's on March 25, 2015

starter guide to RPAYou've been hearing about it at industry events. You've read about it in newsletters, articles, and blog posts. RPA is making waves in the outsourcing community and leaving providers and their customers wondering: what exactly is this, and why should we care?

We designed this free starter guide to answer those exact questions. And it only takes about 10 minutes to read.

Inside you'll learn:

  • Why RPA is a hot topic now
  • The components that make it tick
  • How BPOs are using it now
  • Who provides it
  • How you can get started


Check out the guide here:https://www.automationanywhere.com/the-complete-starter-guide-to-rpa

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