When implementing RPA in your company, some of these challenges are common:
Employee resistance. Like any other change, the installation of a software robot can be stressful for employees, especially if there is a widespread belief that the use of RPA can lead to layoffs. This situation may lead to some resistance to its implementation.

Selecting the right processes. To guarantee the best results in the implementation of RPA, it is necessary to carry out an in-depth analysis to select those processes that can offer the best initial results.

Realistic expectations. Companies need to be aware of the limits of what RPA can and cannot do. It is also important to understand that applying RPA will not solve processes that are not working correctly, since the steps that the robot will follow are the same as those that the person in charge of them would execute. If they are not efficient or correct, the automation will not be efficient or correct either.