Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is an emerging development in the digital business transformation that can run applications through Artificial Intelligence and can think, react and interact like humans do.
Successful Robotic Process Automation Checklist
Robotic Process automation (RPA) is a cost cutter and quality accelerator. Therefore RPA can directly impact your operating expenditure and customer experience and benefit to the whole organization. In order to succefully implement Robotic Process Automatio (RPA) there are some key things that you need to keep in mind and we have made a checklist of them:
Look for solutions modeled on a full client-server architecture that offers quick deployment of automation scenarios and rapid response to change.
Creation of Processes
Look for solutions that have an intuitive and user-friendly authoring environment that allows quick and easy creation of automation processes. Some solutions, such as Leo, were designed with business users in mind and do not require programming experience so you are not limited by time and availability of your developers.
Control and Monitoring
Look for web-based management consoles that include real-time monitoring, remote configuration, scheduling & API capabilities, and user-friendly dashboard so management of your virtual workforce is simple and effective.
Ease of deployment
Look for solutions that can record and execute processes seamlessly on any application (Citrix, web-based, legacy, & desktop) and across multiple applications without the need for integration.
Look for solutions that enable you to grow your robotic workforce easily and quickly. What is the process execution capabilities of the software robots? Some robots can execute a variety of processes, and in special cases, a single robot can execute unlimited processes – allowing you to scale up operations at peak periods without accruing additional costs.
RPA & Desktop Automation in One
Look for multi-faced solutions that enable you to cover a wider range of automation solutions to cover more business processes. For example, robots that can share the same desktop with a human employee and assist in front office activities.