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Posted: 15 Dec 2016

Top 9 key takeaways from the webinar on Rapid RPA

By Mohit Sharma

Our Rapid RPA webinar focused on lessons learned and how to build a business case for robotic process automation (RPA). Overall, we received an overwhelming response with participants across the globe:

  • 84% participants were from US who took part at 1900hrs EST
  • 5 polls-87.5% response
  • Average time spent by participants-51 minutes

Top 9 key takeaways from Rapid RPA WEBINAR

  1. FFF- First Fail Fast
  2. LAD- Learn Adapt Deliver
  3. How not to work with outsourcing 'partners'?
  4. How to work with outsourcing 'partners'?
  5. Take all the hype of RPA and halve it
  6. Spend time to inform and educate people on RPA – simplify it – remove the “Robo-Language”.
  7. Process documentation will be lacking and knowledge lost as people move on
  8. Business don’t necessarily understand data structure that well – test what they tell you
  9. People will feel threatened – be open, honest and supportive

What is Rapid RPA, and how does it differ from traditional RPA? 

Rapid RPA is a revolutionary advancement in automation, separating itself from regular RPA by its agility and reactivity. Unlike traditional, time-consuming RPA installations, Rapid RPA adoption is distinguished by its speed and efficiency.

Traditional RPA, although unquestionably successful, is a time-consuming and resource-intensive activity. It usually entails detailed process mapping and lengthy development cycles. Rapid RPA, on the other hand, accelerates this path, allowing organizations to reap the benefits of automation quickly and easily.

The capacity of Rapid RPA to bridge the gap between Business Process Automation (BPA) and Robotic Process Automation ( RPA ) is critical to its success. It facilitates a smooth transition by easing the integration of RPA into existing operations. Organizations may use Rapid RPA to optimize essential business processes and gain various Rapid RPA benefits in less time.

Our RPA webinar gives essential insights and assistance on how to exploit this innovative technology for anyone who wants to dig deeper into the realm of Rapid RPA. Rapid RPA is more than a term; it is a practical option for organizations seeking to remain competitive and adaptable in an increasingly automated world.

What industries can benefit from Rapid RPA adoption?

Rapid RPA has had a revolutionary influence across a wide range of sectors. It has already proven its worth in simplifying operations and increasing production, but the speed and versatility of Rapid RPA make it particularly appealing to a wide range of industries.

Rapid RPA is used in the manufacturing industry to automate repetitive processes on the factory floor, optimize supply chain management, and minimize operating costs. In addition, It may revolutionize administrative chores in healthcare, enabling efficient patient data management and correct invoicing procedures.

The accuracy of Rapid RPA benefits financial businesses by reducing transaction mistakes, improving compliance, and enabling quicker data processing. Rapid RPA also helps the retail industry manage inventories, improve customer service, and improve e-commerce operations.

Furthermore, Rapid RPA adoption has also proved helpful in the telecommunications industry, automating network administration and customer support jobs. It aids in optimizing essential infrastructure maintenance and monitoring in the energy sector.

Therefore, it is a versatile solution that enables organizations to survive increasingly automated environments. Take advantage of the benefits of Rapid RPA adoption with Mindfield and open up new paths of efficiency and development in your industry.


We had 5 polls during the webinar, including:

We received more than 78 questions before the webinar. I am just sharing some of them- you need to watch the recorded webinar to get answer to most of 78 questions.

  1. What processes are well suited for Rapid RPA and what are not?
  2. How ‘rapid’ should a Rapid RPA be? Please provide examples of processes you have ‘rapidly’ automated and Why? 
  3. What role would you see a consulting firm would play in Rapid RPA?
  4. What did not you know when you started that you wish you would had?
  5. How do you get offshore providers to do RPA? How owns the benefits? 
  6. What are your views on treatment of Setup and scripting costs for Rapid RPA in business case? 

Many t
hanks to Leanne (Lee) Ward for sharing her Rapid RPA journey experiences.

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Mohit Sharma

Mohit Sharma

Founder and Exec Chairman
Thought Leader | Trusted Advisor | Innovator