Robotic Operating Model (ROM)

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This community covers the Blue Prism Robotic Operating Model (ROM®)

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Share tips, queries and advice on adopting the Robotic Operating Model (ROM®). A proven implementation methodology that enables customers to successfully launch, maintain, and scale your Digital Workforce.

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The Robotic Operating Model (ROM) is Blue Prism’s industry leading approach to successfully deliver maximum business benefit through the scaled deployment of Robotic Process Automation (RPA). It has been developed based on more than a decade of experience and knowledge of deploying Blue Prism at scale in countries and industries across the globe. The ROM has been designed to integrate fully with an organization's existing change management systems, thereby removing the need for additional procedural and governance obligations. Check out the ROM Service Model.
The ROM has no cost associated with it, it's absolutely free.
You can access the ROM by visiting the Blue Prism Portal, or click here.
The ROM does not have a free trial, but you may want to check out our Process Automation Tool and Capture offerings.
The ROM is available to all Blue Prism Customers with an active Blue Prism Portal account.

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  • Any suggestions on how to source new process candidates? Any examples and tangible tips? You can find amazing case studies from our customer universe on our website . Those should serve as good inspiration to get you thinking about possibilities ...

  • Should all processes aim at returning hours back to the business? Valuable automations are the ones that solve an important problem for your business and that can be measured in many different ways. In terms of cost reduction , RPA users ...

  • How do you decide on how to prioritise process candidates? To prioritize right processes, the simplest possible method you can use is to look into process complexity and estimated business value. Complexity depends on the type of applications, ...

  • 4. How to determine which business areas are the best to start automating in? First and foremost, you need a sponsor. We strongly recommend to have sponsorship from C-suite because that provides a stronger influence for change and enables a greater ...

  • What makes a good process candidate? First of all, a good process candidate is the one that solves for an important business problem you have. A good process is automatable and it brings significant value to your business. When assessing the process, ...

  • 3. From a general CoE governance perspective, what controls are important? Quite a few actually. Before I answer though, I want to remind folks that the automations we are talking about are being built for enterprise needs, and therefore should abide ...

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