HANNOVER MESSE 2020,
20 - 24 April
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is a robot-controlled process automation. However, these are not robots in the classical sense of the word, but software robots that take over roles and tasks from users and interact with other software systems. Unlike traditional process automation systems, RPA does not require a deeper change in the software architecture of a company. The robot attaches itself to the user interfaces and surfaces of the systems and carries out the work steps in the same way as the human clerk has carried out them up to now. The previously used application systems remain untouched. This means that the company does not incur any costs for a system-technical conversion or for a complex integration process.
There are promising areas of application for RPA in all areas of the company, which means that high cost saving potentials and productivity gains can be realized. Especially less complex, repetitive processes are suitable for automation with RPA.
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