Is there a clear business case that has precisely mapped out which processes are RPA proof? But is it still unclear how RPA can be implemented within your organisation? The implementation of RPA within existing organisations involves a lot of work. It often affects several departments and therefore several employees. How can you guide the employees, so that they see RPA as an opportunity to give their own work more value for the organization?
Based on experience, Nidaros has developed a step-by-step plan with which such an implementation process runs silently. For many organizations, the impact of RPA is as yet unclear. Therefore, the first step in this plan concentrates on mapping the impact. For which departments does the implementation have consequences? Which processes are related to this? How do we organize the organization around RPA? Separate roles are important! Awareness of who does what to prevent fraud: the person who builds scripts cannot be the same person who also performs the test. And how is the security of processes regulated? Who can do what?
During this implementation period, Nidaros listens and investigates where there are bottlenecks and how they can be solved. The plan of action resulting from this session is a concrete advice with various call-to-actions. It gives direction to the structure of the organisation, the positioning of the employees within it and the setting up of an RPA team.
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