Talk of robotic process automation-- software that uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to handle the high-volume, repeatable tasks traditionally performed by humans -- is becoming increasingly common in conversations about commercial IT and business operations.
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Robotic Process Automation Market share is forecast to exceed USD 5 billion by 2024; as per a new research report by Global Market Insights, Inc. The growing adoption of RPA technology by organizations to enhance their capabilities, performance and reduce operational costs is expected to drive the Robotic process automation market growth over the forecast timeline.
This article looks at some of the challenges organizations face when deploying automated systems.
As organizations explore how software robots — or bots — can help automate administrative tasks and decisions, it pays to keep in mind some of the risks that come with the territory.
Software robots have emerged as a potential way for organizations to achieve clear cost savings. As an evolution of automated application testing and quality assurance (QA) platforms, software bots can simulate activities that humans perform via screens and applications.
B2B FinTechs are looking at robotics process automation (RPA) to empower their finance executives by going beyond basic automation. Recently released software such as Gappify offers an RPA-powered bot to automate accounting processes. Unlike other types of automation, Gappify’s software does not need any intervention from a human being; not even to start the task. Another corporate accounting software firm, FloQast, also released its RPA solution called Cloud Connect. The solution helps companies seamlessly access data stored in on-premise ERP systems.