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  1. Head of the shared services platform at Siemens AG, which hosts the "CoE Process Automation & Robotics", Siemens AG, Munich, Germany

    Dr. Barbara Kleehaupt-Roither

  2. was co-lead of the global "CoE Process Automation & Robotics" at Siemens AG until July 2018 and is now a principal at Capgemini Invent, Capgemini Invent, Munich, Germany

    Tobias Unger

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Correspondence to Dr. Barbara Kleehaupt-Roither.

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Kleehaupt-Roither, B., Unger, T. From RPA myths to automation strategy. Control Manag Rev62, 48-56 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12176-018-0064-4

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