There are many benefits that one can have from automation, but with all the benefits there are limitations also. These are the prominent limitations related to RPA.
- RPA surely improves company efficiency by powering repetitive human effort, but there are limitations to the types of work that it can be applied to – especially ones that require judgment.
- RPA is not a cognitive computing solution. It cannot learn from experience and therefore has a ‘shelf life’.
- Implementing RPA to a broken and incompetent process will not fix it. RPA is not a Business Process Management solution and does not bring an end-to-end process view.
- Enterprises need to be aware of various inputs coming from multiple sources.
- It cannot read any data that is non-electronic with unstructured inputs.
Source:- GreensTechnology Blog