Before we look specifically at the impact of RPA on DevOps teams, it may be helpful to provide a quick overview of how RPA systems work, and why this latest disruptive technology is attracting so much attention by midmarket companies.
Robotic Process Automation mimics human behavior with no change to the existing, underlying technology infrastructure. RPA is technology agnostic, code free and can work across legacy ERPs, mainframes, custom applications and any other types of IT platforms. If it can be used by a human, it can be used by an RPA robot.
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As we continue to explore the emerging role of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) in midmarket enterprises, we’ll highlight various industries that have become early champions of the digital labor technology. One such industry is financial services, where RPA continues to grow in popularity. Here we offer a brief rundown of why Robotic Process Automation is generating so much interest from financial services organizations of all sizes, who's using it and how.Read More
This article looks at some of the challenges organizations face when deploying automated systems.Read More
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.
In this interview, Johnny Ramondino, President of IN-RGY Consulting, and Brian Terrell, Managing Partner of BTerrell Group, discuss why Robotic Process Automation is a great solution to use when completing rote tasks as long as the workforce is properly prepared.Read More