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About 1 month ago
@Shibu Babuchandran, valid points.  When SMBs base their outreach, it is usually in the mid-market space which is not so very strong in technological vision neither they have the tolerance for the cost of a solution.  In the Covid backdrop, most of the mid-market companies…
About 2 months ago
I would second with @Ian Sehgal.  Adding/extending on the points. The cost also depends on the kind of work involved. If it is just pure play RPA of data aggregation, data entry and rule-based processing using digital data, the cost suggested below by Ian Sehgal is a good…
About 2 months ago
I could see some points being covered in the previous reply.  In my opinion, I would go with a solution that meets my needs. If it is plain and simple RPA and you have office 365 it is okay to try with Power Automate and decide.  If there is complex processing involved, I…
2 months ago
The majority has been covered by @Daniel Robus!  Here is additional thinking: sales comes with knowing your target customers well. Prospecting is the key.  RPA can be used to do prospecting, work with social platforms to do the outreach or create target customer insights,…
3 months ago
Some of the areas that I have personally seen transformation are procuring to Pay, Bank reconciliation, payroll processing (including incentive management), host of reporting needs, quality and Audit reporting. 
3 months ago
The primary reason someone should be looking at RPA is to aid digital transformation while there is a push to transform the workforce and impact customer experience in a positive manner that too in a quick pace. RPA can stand in between application modernization and people…
4 months ago
If you are looking at a high level, IBM’s digital business automation looks like something that will work well for IBM products with pre-built integration packages. On the other hand, Automation Anywhere or UiPath also offers automation that support multiple technology. If…
5 months ago
I would rather prefer to look at the use case scenario in hand and see if it helps solve my problem statement. ABBYY is indeed very efficient with documents and highly scalable 
6 months ago
Yea there are. For example Electroneek. 
6 months ago
Open source framework certainly has greater potential. In my opinion, when certain shortcomings are identified, solution to such shortcomings would be slow. On the other hand SAAS products provide that dedicated support and intent to make that issue sorted out in a fixed…
7 months ago
AA is pretty good in terms of automating any complex process. If your processess are simple and straight forward, it is all the more easy with Automation Anywhere. If there are complex processess that involces document processing (structured/unstructured w/handwritten data)…
7 months ago
Found this forum post that might help. https://forum.uipath.com/t/mul...
8 months ago
I think Omar Madaeen has given the response very crisp and clear! When you use it with a a product along with its built in RPA and AI capabilities like UiPath it will become easy to move the process and address the complete value chain of process. 
8 months ago
Insurance industry is wide open for the implementation of RPA. If you look at any processes that are mundane and repetitive in nature that involve extracting information from one system or document and processing it in another then RPA could be a quick help in your…

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