5. Adopt a phased approach
While you might want to jump straight in with RPA, remember that slow and steady wins the race, especially during your first few implementations. Of course, you should establish an end-to-end intelligent automation roadmap, but it's good practice to start with a pilot. This will help you spot any small issues before they become big problems. Then, when you're ready, you can scale up in phases.
For example, one of our retail clients started with 10 bots in HR in the first year, which increased to 20 bots in the third year. Today, they have a model for over 50 bots annually that include artificial intelligence and machine learning components.