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Almost 2 years ago
The purpose of RPA is not to scale down employees but it make them more productive and skilled to outperform decision making. This is a good article on how RPA is disrupting the businesses in the world.
Almost 2 years ago
Although the structured data can be read but parsing still remains a sophisticated task. OCR engines or data readers can give you data but making sense of it and using it in business processes is something that the RPA developers are expert at.
About 2 years ago
All RPA products have the ability to run bots without centralized control modules. UiPath, for example, has 2 types of bots - Attended and Unattended. The Unattended bots will need a centralized control module - in this case an Orchestrator. The Attended bots, however, can…
Over 2 years ago
There are a few tools that provide their powerful community editions to try and implement process automation as part of a PoC. UiPath is a software that provides its platform as a community edition to try and automate a business process in a similar fashion as a licensed…
Over 2 years ago
See here http://bit.ly/2WCIR53 Recognize the potential security risks associated with the Robotic Process Automation in an organization. Understand what features are available out of the box from the solution being deployed. For instance, if a solution being deployed…
Over 2 years ago
The following are the points that describe the differences between Blue Prism and UiPath 1) UiPath has free community edition while Blue Prism doesn’t have their community edition for students and small scale company 2) UiPath studio is extremely easy to use and you…

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About 2 years ago
Robotic Process Automation (RPA)
Over 2 years ago
Robotic Process Automation (RPA)
Over 2 years ago
Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

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Almost 2 years ago
Robotic Process Automation (RPA)