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What Does Your RPA Journey Look Like?

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If 2018 was any indication of how big the RPA space was going to be, then projections that RPA spend could reach $2.3 Billion this year and possibly $4.3 Billion by 2022 might be on the low side.

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It’s become evident pretty quickly that RPA can be looked at as more than just “some technology” that eliminates jobs and more so as a way to augment talent,  streamline and digitize repetitive processes and basically extend the life of legacy IT systems, has increased the desire of executives to fast-track RPA pilot programs and to potentially invest in broader intelligent automation strategies – even though the majority of enterprises are still in the courtship “kick the tires” phase.


So what kind of savings can you expect from RPA? Our infographic reveals the answers from our recent RPA study which you can find here.

At Auxis, we support organizations through the entire journey, starting as your RPA implementation consultant, all the way to managing and operating RPA for you under our Business Process Outsourcing model.

Do we have a track record of success? You bet we do. Go here to read some of our case studies. If you’re ready to start your RPA journey, click here and schedule your consultation today!

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Diego Peña

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Diego Peña

Diego is the Managing Director of the Software Development practice at Auxis, and brings more than 25 years of consulting and IT industry experience. Diego has deep expertise working with C-level executives from midmarket and enterprise organizations, guiding them through their end-to-end software development cycle, from the early stages all the way to developing and building customized solutions and teams. Diego has worked across multiple industries, including financial services, consumer goods, retail, hospitality, manufacturing, and healthcare, among others.

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