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What is RPA ? Why use it ?
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RPA stands for Robotics Process Automation. We use RPA technology to mimic a human behaviors while interacting with a computer application and automating repetitive and rule-based tasks.
RPA technology can automate back-office tasks, data entry, data validation, and many other labor-intensive tasks, without having to modify their existing IT architecture, firms can automate their digital processes across numerous applications and systems using RPA.
By Implementing RPA across a wide range of businesses and processes, Companies now creating new efficiencies and freeing employees from repetitive monotony and focusing the human workforce more on creative task.
The automated application can be anything from a web based application to Desktop application(like SAP,JDE) or legacy systems that don't have APIs, virtual desktop infrastructures (VDIs), or database access.
Employees with minimal to no programming expertise can be rapidly trained to use RPA tools. The entire project is based on the RPA chart, which allows a flowchart designer to graphically link, drag, and drop icons to represent process phases.
These automation Softwares works in Top-Down approach and it's follows sequential execution unlike JS(Promise hell :( .
Reasons for using this technology :
RPA eliminates manual errors, allowing employees to focus on more strategic tasks.
RPA does not necessitate programming knowledge. Employees with any topic expertise can be rapidly trained to use RPA tools.
RPA robots are less expensive than a full-time human, hence a business can save up to 30% of its total costs by automating repetitive tasks.
If you want to learn RPA technology and be a RPA developer, then Average salary of RPA Dev in India is : 4 Lak to 14 Lakh per annum which is pretty good.
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