Category: RPA Reliability

RPA thoughts for 2020

It’s a new year and not to mention a new decade. We have seen the automation space really heat up during the last few years of the 2010’s. As I alluded to in other blogs, scalability and reliability are the two driving factors to wider adoption… Read More

RPA 2019: The Obvious Knowledge Gap (Part 2)

RPA Knowledge Gap

As this historic year in Automation is in its last quarter of 2019 and as companies ramp and plan for 2020 I would like to address the “elephant in the room” regarding this exploding sector of tech. I… Read More

RPA and Healthcare: An Ideal Match (Part 2)

RPA and Healthcare 2

In this blog I will continue talking about RPA and Healthcare, this being the part 2 of the blog I wrote describing our visit to the HIMSS19 conference. At the time I wrote that very few vendors and… Read More

The User Interface: The Long-Standing RPA Reliability Question

RPA Reliability

I have been reading quite a few posts lately that have aimed at poking holes in the overall reliability of RPA. The complaint isn’t one that is very new or novel. It’s actually been around since the concept… Read More

RPA 2018: Many Robots make light work

RPA 2018

In a previous post I asked the question “What is RPA (really)?” which in essence describes the technical nuts and bolts behind RPA in 2018. I would like to take it a step further and explain what makes… Read More