- What is robotic process automation?
- Gartner says low-code, RPA, and AI driving growth in ‘hyperautomation’
- No code, workflow, and RPA line up for their automation moment
- Robotic Process Automation (RPA) vs. AI, explained
- The Potential Of AI & RPA Together
Robotic process automation (RPA) is an exploding software category in the enterprise. Here's what it means and why it matters.
«Robotic process automation (RPA) — technology that automates monotonous, repetitive chores traditionally performed by human workers — is big business. Forrester estimates that RPA and other AI subfields created jobs for 40% of companies in 2019 and that a tenth of startups now employ more digital workers than human ones.»
What is robotic process automation (RPA)? What kinds of tasks can it handle? Here’s a primer for IT and business leaders – and anyone needing to demystify the concept.
Low-code, RPA, and AI are the key drivers for hyperautomation, as enterprises try to automate and streamline data operations, Gartner said.
«Research firm Gartner estimates the market for hyperautomation-enabling technologies will reach $596 billion in 2022, up nearly 24% from the $481.6 billion in 2020.»
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) has been on fire, but it will need an assist from AI to reach its full potential
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