RPA or Robotic Process Automation is basically automation using bots, to complete tasks that are rule-based and is repetitive and redundant, to help humans to better focus on more creative or judgment-based works, where RPA is not successful yet. UiPath is the leader of RPA, according to Gartner’s Magic Quadrant. So, while implementing RPA, there are quite a few steps that need to be followed, to successfully implement RPA systems, to extract maximum efficiency and they are:
Stage 1: The first step is all about creating a PoC (Proof of Concept) to test the feasibility of the RPA implementation, using various tools and technologies, and to determine which approach to choose from to extract max efficiency.
Stage 2: The 2nd stage after charting out plans is to run a pilot project to actually test the concept. And to validate that it's actually feasible and determine any more faults or short-comings for the concept developed.
Stage 3: Bots are very important in RPA, as they do all the tasks whatever is allotted to them. They may be programmed to be deployed when triggered, or when scheduled or else it would be deployed 24*7 to complete the tasks. So, it’s critical to monitor these bots before putting them in the actual production environment and should also assess the maintenance team’s readiness in handling any bot issue.
Stage 4: It's Deployment time! After getting all the previous stages successful, now you could proceed with deployment. And the bots will take care of all the tasks, without needing any sort of human interventions.
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