RPA or Robotic Process Automation is a technology that brings in Automation within Business Processes, with the help of bots (robots) to increase efficiency and productivity while saving costs and reducing unnecessary expenses. But even then, RPA has its own limitations, and there are several things that an RPA cannot perform. And they are:
- RPA couldn’t perform tasks that require cognitive capabilities or require process improvements. That is because RPA couldn’t think of its own and adapt to changing needs to deliver the required result. It is a fixed and programmed process to do several redundant tasks, in short, to mimic humans in performing these tasks.
- RPA requires structured data, and these couldn’t perform efficiently when put with unstructured data. And still, technology has been developed to understand handwritten and human-made drawings. And some more limitations that may be industry-specific, etc.
If you wish to break into the RPA domain, I would recommend you to enroll in a good RPA training course preferably from Intellipaat, which offers you a good-quality course through competent and skillful instructors. If you are starting out in the field of RPA, check out our YouTube video on RPA Career to get started.