Today’s chief information officers (CIOs) do a lot more than manage the technology that runs the business. They’re also increasingly responsible for building a culture of innovation that’s essential to thriving in a crowded and competitive market. And for a growing number of CIOs, automation technology such as robotic process automation (RPA) is the key to creating and sustaining that culture. RPA frees the CIO’s team—and the business users they support—from the manual, repetitive tasks that are a drag on innovation. It frees them to focus on the creative aspects of their jobs and discover innovative solutions to the challenges they face.