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what is micro strategy in rpa?

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what is micro strategy and why it is using in rpa(robotic process automation)
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by deborasumopayroll In reply to what is micro strategy in ...

Robotics Process Automation(RPA) allows organizations to automate task just like a human being was doing them across applications and systems. Robotic automation interacts with the existing IT architecture with no complex system integration required.
RPA can be used to automate workflow, infrastructure, a back-office process which are labor-intensive. These software bots can interact with an in-house application, website, user portal, etc. The RPA is a software program that runs on an end user's pc, laptop or mobile device. It is a sequence of commands which are executed by Bots under some defined set of business rules.
The main goal of the Robotics process automation process to replace repetitive and boring clerical tasks performed by humans, with a virtual workforce. RPA does not require the development of code, nor does it require direct access to the code or database of the applications.
• Robotic Process Automation allows organizations to automate task just like a human being was doing them across applications and systems.
• The main goal of the Robotics process automation process to replace repetitive and boring clerical tasks performed by humans, with a virtual workforce.
• The average productivity of humans is 60% with few errors as compared to Robot's productivity which is 100% without any errors.
• One should consider the business impact before opting for RPA process
• There is multiple overlaps between a Test Automation Tool and an RPA tool. Though they are still different
• RPA implementation has 4 phases 1) Planning 2) Development 3) Testing 4) Support & Maintenance
• RPA is used in a wide range of industries like Healthcare, Insurance, Banking, IT, etc

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