Following up on the previous article RPA Doesn’t Care Who Your Cloud Service Vendor Is a few questions may come to mind when thinking a bit deeper into cloud RPA services integration. Those questions are still related to how third-party cloud services may integrate into your RPA vendor of choice. While the answer is that your RPA cloud vendors can integrate with anything, let’s clarify some of those concerns. Read on for those questions and their corresponding answers.
Your Cloud Service Vendor Choice Doesn’t Matter For RPA. This statement may sound controversial, but it isn’t. Choosing a specific cloud vendor does not limit your RPA choices. Selecting a particular RPA vendor does not restrict your cloud service options. RPA vendors eliminated the need for integration with your cloud network services. Here’s why.
A big part of business continuity is to provide a constant stream of potential projects. This task is called the “Discovery Process.” RPA is no different. In RPA’s context, you will need to discover those new processes. Once a Center of Excellence (CoE) is up and running, the most significant goal they will have is to propose and keep finding processes to automate. Read on to see how the discovery process works in RPA.
Cybersecurity is the general concept that groups different types of electronic security awareness, methodologies, preventive, and reactive actions to protect data you hold, send, and receive. Implemented cybersecurity preventive measures allow you to counter unauthorized access to your data and your Customer’s information. Those attempts can come both from inside and outside of your team and can be intended or unintended.
Technology evolves at a much faster pace than we can typically manage. We all have our continuous learning processes. We try to keep current, relevant, and competitive. Some days it feels like we are just trying to drink from a firehose. Staying relevant and competitive is a challenge, but with the right tools, BlueKatana can help your company increase productivity, stay relevant, and become a more efficient competitor in the market.
Those who have only a superficial understanding of RPA think that RPA eliminates jobs. RPA deepens the relationship between the Enterprise and the knowledge workers from which it depends. Knowledge workers get more experienced and become more knowledgeable about what they do. Thanks to RPA, knowledge workers come closer to becoming citizen developers. Their knowledge of business processes allows them to implement them in an RPA platform and increase their productivity 10, 100, or even 1000 times their level before implementing RPA. Read on to learn about why RPA is good for jobs and how it transforms how you work in another edition of the What is Series.
Contrary to common belief, RPA is just software and does not involve, or require, any custom hardware. Technically speaking, you need a computer to run RPA, but RPA bots and the platform itself are just software. Read on to learn about the beginnings of RPA and how it developed in a new edition of the What is Series.
The understanding of key concepts is critical when discussing any platform and technology. Different RPA platform vendors use these same words, processes, bots, and automations, but each uses a slightly different variation with their meaning. The market is coming up with standard definitions for many terms in use. Read on to understand what these key terms mean and how best to use them in this new installment of the What is Series.
Understanding the key differences between Attended and Unattended Automation is critical. Automating processes is all about transforming manual processes into their digital counterparts. Or is it? Leaving interactions as part of the digital transformation of a process is a viable option. Read on to understand the differences between Attended and Unattended Automation in this new installment of the What is Series.