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6 Risk and Control Considerations for Your RPA Implementation

Balance transformation with risk and control to
achieve compliance

Today, companies are making significant investments in RPA to produce high-volume, routine operations more efficiently. Despite this, risk management continues to be a predominantly paper-based process. Relying on paper-based processes puts businesses at risk for costly delays, rework, and non-compliance.

To avoid these mistakes, businesses need to proactively identify and address risk areas within these six critical parts of an RPA operating model: strategy and governance, process life cycle, value measurement, alignment and change, technology, enterprise integration.

Key Takeaways:

  • Why establishing program governance from the onset of RPA engagement is necessary to guarantee consistency, accountability, and standardization
  • Why there remains a legitimate concern that risk, control, and compliance will be put on the back burner to deploy RPA quicker
  • How to address these concerns proactively
  • Blueprint’s top four predictions for your RPA implementation

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