Orchestrator API - Part 1.
Orchestrator is the heart of automation. Like any modern device, this device can be called through interfaces and many activites communicate with the orchestrator through interfaces. How can an orchestrator API be called and how can these APIs be used to enhance processes? Part 1 of our Orchestrator API blog post covers the above questions.see post
How to find the right processes for automation?
Both for new and active RPA users, the question often arises: how to find, collect, and prioritize the processes most suitable for automation.see post
What does an RPA developer do?
When talking to graduate students or even active workers, the question often rises: what does an RPA developer do, how software robots are implemented behind the scenes? To answer this question, in this blog post we delve a little better into the specifics of process automation projects and systems.see post
Why today is the best time to start your automation journey?
RPA segment is ahead of a high growth curve, early adopters who start their automation journey earlier and dive into process mining, will have a competitive advantage.see post
Should we move in together?
Moving in together is always a big decision, it is true also when we are talking about software robot orchestrators. Most of our corporate clients with subsidiaries or group-size multinational partners have wondered whether they should maintain an Orchestrator for each country/segment of their company or they should opt for a group-wide one. There are pros and cons for both, let us explore these.see post
Document management as crucial part of RPA
Organizations strive to eradicate those physically manual processes: like simple manual invoicing processes done by hand. Pen and Paper out – Keyboards and ERP systems in.see post
3 steps of defining the RPA operating model
Talking to our customers who are planning or considering to implement software robots, the question often arises: how the implementation of the robotic process automation itself works, because from the business side it seems to be highly technical, and from the IT side it seems to be more business oriented. There is truth in both viewpoints, but this is also the reason why the introduction of RPA is not like a classical IT implementation project.see post
4 steps of the Proof of Concept
Is RPA good for your organisation? To get rolling on the RPA journey, your organisation will need to see proof that it is a valuable pathway. A good way to demonstrate the power of automation is to complete a PoC.see post
TOP 7 RPA use cases
In our region and within all sectors Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is being adopted at an accelerated rate. Allow us to introduce the top 7 RPA use cases we have implemented so far.see post
We are proud being the first Hungarian company to whom UiPath awarded GOLD partnership!see post
The story of work
One day a very smart person figured out how to put the fun back in work. This is the story of UiPath RPA...see post