RPA Weekly for June 16th, 2020
When asked how JIFFY.ai differentiates from other RPA providers, Sivadasan said “legacy RPA providers focus on a narrow range of process automation, heavily focused on the front end and data entry, and selling bots which require extensive upkeep and management. Our platform allows enterprises to not only deploy and manage process automation centrally, but our customers can design applications with simple drag and drop setup, resulting in transformation of the processes, rather than simply extending the life of legacy technologies.”
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In our latest episode, we dive into how developers can try out Robot Framework and RPA Framework. This episode follows up on our conversation with Antti from Robocorp and dives into tooling and code.
“Since there are many factors in digital transformation, moving over to new, more efficient systems from older legacy systems has been key to improving the overall efficiency of a business, Tabakman says. “Getting data from those older systems to newer ones requires a lot of manual work, as older systems generally don’t have APIs you can call. RPA allows you to build bots to automate that transfer of data.”
Kieran Gilmurray take us through another installment charting the A - Z ofRobotic Process Automation. This week is the letter F.
“In short, if RPA was not on the roadmap before COVID-19, it is now. The focus will be on cost reduction, conducting remote business, and using intelligent automation to improve resiliency, such as by diversifying your supply chain.”