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Dose the Tool Identify Processes To Automate

Dose the Tool Identify Processes To Automate

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One of the first questions asked as people vet software is simply to ask “What can we automate?” There are two ways to answer this question.

1. No matter what, you have the best handle on your business and what you do on a daily basis, and are therefore able to determine what process would be helpful to automate. But how do you determine what to automate first? Your Automation Anywhere software should include an ROI calculator to determine which of these processes would be most advantageous to automate first, making it easy to prioritize.

2. In addition to ROI calculators, the best way to determine the best automation candidates is to crowdsource your organization for the information. You can use idea generator tools that already exist, or—for an even more efficient line from idea to automation—use a tool like Cumulus which encourages anyone in your organization to suggest tasks to automate, allows others to vote on tasks, shows time saved by automating that task, and lets you go directly into automating the projects with the most votes/most ROI.

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