7 Predictions for the RPA market

With RPA, companies can automate a wide range of processes they wouldn’t have imagined possible before.

Automation Anywhere, one of the leaders in RPA, has recently published an interesting e-book, providing their insights about the future, with seven RPA predictions for 2019.

  1. The RPA market will grow dramatically in 2019 (again)
  2. Banking, financial services, and insurance (BFSI) will lead RPA adoption; however, new “stars” will emerge
  3. Rise of attended RPA
  4. RPA will become more intelligent
  5. RPA pricing will come down
  6. Security will become a bigger factor in RPA deployments
  7. The future of work will change dramatically with the emergence of the intelligent digital workforce

Download the eBook here

Published by Nikos Anastopoulos

I am passionate for people, technology and innovation, and interested in demystifying complex or recent IT trends like RPA, AI and Blockchain, towards uncovering the real value for organizations and startups. I'm a strong believer and supporter of team working, thus I've invested and successfully completed the Executive Coaching and Organizational Development diploma that helps me to better understand, lead and support teams and individuals. I have a proven track record, in solution sales and consulting for the past 20+ years, with significant YoY growth in sales and market share. I was at Microsoft for 18 years, covering various roles - Consultant, Presales (Solution Sales Professional), Business Development (Territory Technology Strategist) and Solution Sales Manager - gaining amazing experiences in both technical, sales, presales and management. I'm the Co-founder and Technology Director at 360 TRUST SERVICES primarily focusing on RPA and AI, aiming at Pragmatic Digital Transformation.

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