RPA COE Team Structure
JifJaff Nine Pillars of Automation: Pillar Three: RPA COE Team Structure
Learn more about how RPA Team Structure forms a vital part of a solid Robotic Process Automation Centre of Excellence. This is the third pillar of our JifJaff Nine Pillars of Automation.
Learn more about the third pillar in our 9 pillars of automation: RPA Team Structure
This article will focus on the importance of the RPA Team Structure. This will ensure your internal RPA COE team adhere to Automation Best Practise principles right across the JifJaff Nine Pillars.
Every RPA implementation team must have a deep understanding of the processes for automation and the skills required to develop an automation program. A lack of adequately trained or appropriately skilled automation specialists can risk the success of an RPA implementation project and minimise opportunities for achieving maximum benefits.
Varying degrees of responsibility will be delegated to process subject matter experts, process analysts, solution architects, developers, as well as IT security and infrastructure specialists. This kind of structure and organisation within the team will help define the accountabilities of the involved individuals and enable the adequate flow of communication.
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JifJaff 9 Pillars of Automation
Fundamental components for successful RPA delivery
JifJaff has a solid framework for RPA COE implementation. We believe in the 9 Pillars of Automation, and we take a structured approach to implementing your RPA setup:
8. RPA Technical Architecture
We offer each of these services individually, although we do offer the implementation of these as a full RPA COE implementation service.
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