Learn Which Process to Automate When With the Process Assessment Tool

By Danny Major posted 05-31-2021 10:00


Blue Prism intelligent automation is undoubtedly an incredibly powerful tool that has helped thousands of organizations revolutionize the way they work. But successful deployment means automating the right processes.

The Process Assessment Tool takes the guesswork out of identifying which processes you should automateHere’s how it works: 

  1. Business users and process experts complete a short survey about the process. 
  2. Each process receives two scores, one for automation readiness and a second for ease of implementation. 
  3. The Process Assessment Tool offers a comprehensive set of filtering options to further refine the data, increasing business relevance. 
  4. All processes are added to a dashboard where they’re grouped and displayed based on their automation readiness. 



        What’s more, the Process Assessment Tool can assist both new and existing customers. New customers can quickly shortlist the most promising automation candidates, shortening the path to value. Existing customers can also identify new automation candidates, as well as determine which existing automations would benefit from scaling.  


        And the best bitThe Process Assessment is free to use for all Blue Prism customers. 




        There is no reason to wait before using this free resource, check out the links below and get off to a flying start. 










        Got a question about anything you’ve read? Or, is there something you’d like to know more about? You can let us know in the comments section of this post. 

        1 comment


        06-25-2021 10:35

        Good One

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