RPA stands for Robotics Process Automation:
A step by step of the sequence without human intervention is known as robotic process automation.
RPA is a software robot which replaced human tasks like logging into applications, entering data,calculating and completing tasks, and logging out. Currently, the rpa is an emerging form of clerical process automation technology having a huge demand in different organizations.
Now, every organization is taking up the RPA tools because it increases accuracy and consistency with the specified tasks. Further, it helps in saving the organization time and money by replacing the human tasks.
There are 20+ RPA tools available in the market. Some of the tools are:
- Blue Prism
- AUTOMATION ANYWHERE
Before going into depth of the important RPA tools, we have to understand about two different types of applications.
What is an Application:
Set of rules combines together is known as an Application. EX: Calculator, Notepad, Exceletc.
- Front End Application: Applications which have a user interface in terms of Desktop or Web or Console or Main Terminal will be calling it as a Front End Application
- Back End Application: Application which has run in the Background will be calling it as a Back End Application.
Organizations are automating functions through the use of these rpa tools in both the back and front office departments to reduce human errors and deliver increased customer service.
Any professional graduate or Freshers with both IT and non-IT backgrounds can easily learn these RPA tools as they are code free. One can select any tool to master in that particular course but most important is to choose which RPA tool is currently trending in the market.
List of important RPA tools:
Blue prism, a robotic software was founded by a UK multinational software corporation stood top position in Robotic Process Automation (RPA) tool which is based on Microsoft .NET Framework. Blue prism partnered with some of the biggest giants like Accenture, Cognizant, Symphony Ventures, TCS, Deloitte, Capgemini, IBM, Genpact etc.
Established in 2005, by Romanian entrepreneur Daniel Dines, UI Path has been as emerged as one of the leaders in rpa tools. With offices in London, New York, Bengaluru, Singapore, and Tokyo, UiPath recently received a $153 million investment from Accel, CapitalG, and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, valuing the company at $1.1 billion. UI Path partnered with major companies like Capgemini, Symphony Ventures, TCS, Tech Mahindra, NIIT etc.
Automation Anywhere which creates software robots to automate any process from end to end. They are partnered with top most companies like Cognizant, Accenture, Deloitte, AT&T, Dell, Genpact etc.
Experienced professionals can select any tool according to the requirement of an organization. Itasktechnolgies gives complete real time exposure to all of these tools which we have discussed.