RPA

The best way to start RPA project

By |August 7th, 2018|

Although popular and widely discussed recently, RPA by definition is very limited technology, not a panacea on IT problems existing in a company. In this capacity, RPA is senseless and dangerous when applied alone.

Technically, RPA is a fragile collection of scripts, which are difficult to impossible to adapt on even slightest change in business environment. […]

Why it is important to combine RPA with BPM?

By |July 31st, 2018|

RPA mission is automation of processes. BPM focus is on process modeling and management. If RPA is done without BPM, it implies unmanaged processes. Unmanaged processes are especially dangerous when they are robotic processes bare of any human control and supervision. Implementing RPA without BPM is direct way to erasing control in an organization.

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How RPA bridges BPM initiatives?

By |May 16th, 2018|

RPA is often considered as an alternative or even replacement to BPM. However, both technologies are complementary and closely similar.

RPA plays an important role to introduce modern process governance and automation into business domain, which most desperately needs it, namely, outdated legacy IT systems missing any other alternatives to orchestrate and automate.

Implementation of RPA over […]

Is BPMN suitable for RPA modeling?

By |March 23rd, 2018|

Question of relation between methodology and its subject area is quite generic. One one pole, every case is specific and deserves its own methodology. On another pole, nearly every case can be cast to any given methodology with more or less voluntary approximations.

If we use too many narrow methodologies, we complicate communication and mutual understanding […]