Tyler Chase, Protiviti Managing Director, Energy and Utilities Industry Leader, and Evan Campbell, Protiviti Managing Director, Technology Consulting
Oil and gas organizations are trying to foresee how the next big innovations in automation and artificial intelligence could be used to their benefit. However, oil and gas companies have fallen behind other industries in the adoption of robotic process automation, or RPA. RPA can work efficiently behind the scenes to reduce administrative expenses, increase productivity, and generate a quick and attractive return on investment. Before embarking on an effort to implement RPA software, companies need to make sure that the tasks targeted for automation are in fact suited to the technology. This article provides a handful of questions to consider when starting the journey.