RPA Interview Questions & Answers for Experienced

1. Explain The Characteristics Of Rpa?
Answer:
Code Free: RPA doesn’t require programming skills. Employees with any subject expertise can be trained to automate RPA tools instantly. The whole work revolves around RPA chart which provides a flowchart designer to graphically link, drag and drop icons to represent steps in a process. 

User-Friendly: RPA adoption originates within business operations rather inside IT departments. RPA projects require less IT skills and less investment. Eventually, the automation is lowered at a substantial rate.

Non- Disruptive: RPA avoids complexity and risk. The software robots access end-users systems via a controlled user interface, hence reducing the necessity of underlying systems programming.

2. How can you say that Robotic Process Automation is a secure and reliable approach?
Answer: At several levels, the same is built in the RPA. The good thing is with all the vendors, runtime factor is totally different to the process which is related to the editing of anything. It is not necessary that all the users are given the same actions but in fact, they can be restricted. This generally includes creating, designing, running, as well as editing the processes. Every log created is capable to provide full information with a wide scope. As compared to a manual process, RPA provides extra control, as well as security.

3. What are the characteristics of RPA?
Code Free: RPA doesn’t require programming skills. Employees with any subject expertise can be trained to automate RPA tools instantly. The whole work revolves around RPA chart which provides a flowchart designer to graphically link, drag and drop icons to represent steps in a process.
User-Friendly: RPA adoption originates within business operations rather inside IT departments. RPA projects require less IT skills and less investment. Eventually, the automation is lowered at a substantial rate.
Non- Disruptive: RPA avoids complexity and risk. The software robots access to end user’s systems via a controlled user interface, hence reducing the necessity of underlying systems programming.

4. Why is Robotic Automation different from Business Process Management Systems – BPMS?
Answer: BPMS is principally aimed at improving IT architecture to allow greater flexibility in automation and process management capability. Most often its aim is to support agent productivity through desktop acceleration, application connectivity, workflow management.
As such BPMS is part of the core IT toolset, to which adjustments outside of configurable parameters to a solution normally require a traditional IT change-program. Most often connectivity between applications, and design work on how applications should be integrated against business requirements is a key skill that is required to operate BPMS effectively.

Robotic Automation is principally aimed at clerical staff replacement as opposed to clerical staff acceleration as with BMPS. The philosophy of the approach is therefore to target routine, repetitive, rules-based tasks (procedures as sub-tasks within a larger business process).
Such tasks can often tie clerical staff down for long stretches of time. Very often such tasks are small, possibly involving 5-10 people, and so do not justify large IT, or even BPMS, projects to automate.

The difference for robot automation is that no IT is required, and business users can “show” the robot what to do. The capability is therefore distributed to operations staff so as to divide-and-conquer many mid-to-small automation initiatives that would otherwise require people.

5. I can think of plenty of processes that could be automated using robotic automation – how do I select the right ones?
Answer: The Blue Prism process automation candidate selection methodology provides the mechanism to identify the candidate landscape across chosen sections of the enterprise.

A sophisticated scoring profile is applied to criteria such as case volumes, average handling time, right first time targets, customer service levels and timeframe for delivery of an IT solution through the existing change list.

6. What is Robotic Automation?
Answer: Robotic automation refers to a style of automation where a machine, or computer, mimics a human’s action in completing rules-based tasks. 

7. What Are The Benefits Of RPA?

Answer: Wide-Range Automation:

RPA speeds up and executes perfect accuracy across different fields viz. banking, healthcare, insurance, telecom, communications, etc. Virtually complex programs are automated on a wide-range by improving the transaction process.

Quick ROI: RPA will increase productivity across varied industries. One Software robot is efficient in accomplishing the work of approximately 3 employees. This innovation builds positive ROI much faster than expected. Moreover, cost productions might reach 20% in time.

Enterprise Scalability: RPA is highly flexible and scalable with reduced time of induction. Robots perform massive complex operations in parallel, starting from desktop to cloud environments. All this operation is carried out, by allowing multiple users to monitor and control robots from various business units through a single secure device.

Powerful Analytics: Gathering agile and exhaustive data enable better management and insights into forever growing business enhancements. Improved governance is achieved through a prescribed set of automation tools.

Cost-Saving: Implementing RPA within an enterprise has shown a drastic reduction in overall costs when compared to traditional non-RPA methods.

8. What exactly do you mean by Process Studio in RPA?
Answer: The processes which are generally created in the scope of Blue Prism are generally named as Process Studio which is quite similar when compared with other processes as well as with modeling applications. The good thing is it is easy to understand them for anyone. This is because it makes sure of symbols, notation, as well as a diagram.

9. What exactly do you understand by Robotic Automation?
Answer: There are several rules-based tasks which in the present scenario are handled by the computers or the machines which can simply mimic the actions performed by humans. The same can be considered as Robotic Automation. It is becoming more and more common in the present time. Read more on Robotic Process Automation.

10. When exactly you will automate a test?
Answer: There are certain cases when we can consider the same. For example, repeating tasks. During such a scenario, automating a test saves a lot of time as well as Human efforts. In addition to this, test with more than one data set can be made more efficient through this approach. Also, regression test cases, as well as Smoke & Sanity tests are also the conditions when automating a test is a good option. However, the final decision is always based on Return-on-Investment.

11. What are the salient features of Automation Anywhere?
Answer: In the realm of Robotic Process Automation (RPA), the tools that constitute the Automation Anywhere is notable for its ability to reduce the time taken to fulfill the processing. In a single keystroke, we could automate the functions rather than the repetitive process monotonous workloads. With the support of potent task-scheduling, we could run the scheduled tasks anytime, anywhere. Although the script is in dissimilar formats, we could automate it.

It is easy to administer automated processes in single and multiple machines. Automation tasks are done in a matter of minutes. Keystrokes and mouse clicks are recorded with point-and-click wizards. With scalable servers that provide a collaborative task force, the automation application is made simpler. Automation Anywhere centralizes the system for backup, security, and resourceful agendas. Job scheduling and batch data processing are made easier. FTP and SFTP process can fully be automated. Downloading, uploading, scheduling, and running with multi-user environments can be done in Citrix.

12. How Much Does Robotic Automation Cost?
Answer: A “fully loaded” office robot is approximately a 1/3rd the cost of globally sourced agents. The flexibility and ease of deployment mean that this comparison is easy to maintain and judge the nest approach to a given task.

13. What type of processes is suitable for this style of automation?
Answer: Best projects for robot automation are bulk repetitive rules-based procedures. The flexibility of the robotic automation platform is such that it does not matter if this involves interaction with multiple systems. You can see example processes that have built by our customers with our support in the Industries section of the website.

14. Does the approach require a specialist development environment?
Answer: No, as robots are trained in the live environment the traditional enterprise IT development environment is not required. Instead, a robot is trained in the live environment just as a user would be.

Before active-commit, the robot is monitored through all its procedural steps with MI and monitoring tools to validate the procedure. The first stage of go-live can be set on “trickle” speed to ensure that procedures are acting according to requirements. Once the output is cleared the process can be “accelerated” to mass automation speed.

15. What are the benefits of Robotic Process Automation?
Answer:

Benefits of RPA are: Faster: As bots are dealing with the execution here, a greater measure of work can be done in a relatively much shorter period. A faster delivery, coupled with accuracy.

Consistency: It is a safe, non-invasive technology that doesn’t interfere with the inherent systems and provides impeccable consistency in performing the activities across the board, each and every time.
Cost-Effective: It has been projected that using robotics cuts operational costs, Robots can operate 24*7 and take no leave, when compared to humans.

Increased Customer Satisfaction: Providing a better quality of work with optimum accuracy and improved customer/client interaction leads to increased customer and client satisfaction.

Accuracy & Quality: RPA offers better services to processes that have a high probability of human error, thereby increasing accuracy. Robots are reliable, consistent and do not whine when expected to work tirelessly.

Improved Analytics: Having access to error-free, perfect data from various sources would improve the quality of analytics in the process.
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16. What systems can be integrated with Blue Prism robotically?
Answer: The various technologies are integrated with Blue Prism as it has adapted several years of experience of integration and several technologies into its software. The tools which are utilized to integrate are secure, reliable and robust. (Company)The already created technology adopter is available for all the technologies at the presentation layer, Web, Java, Windows, Green Screen, mainframe etc, thus no need to create a new adapter for each unique application. This combined with a broad variety of dedicated tools that have been developed means that we are confident in being able to link any system. This proven application instrumentation, ability ensures that new processes can be quickly designed, built and tested without any impact on existing systems.

17. What are the major phases of the RPA life cycle?
Answer:
The different phases of the RPA life cycle are:

Analysis: The Initial phase of RPA is the analysis phase. The business team and RPA Architect work together to understand a business process for RPA development.

Development: Once the requirements are analysed then the RPA developer (Team) starts working on that requirement in their distinct environment.

Testing: The testing is carried out by a separate testing team, some companies have dedicated testing team which performs a dedicated QA like normal SDLC flow. It is good to have a dedicated testing team which performs QA of developed bot.

Deployment and Maintenance: After the Development and Testing phases are over, a bot is ready for distribution and enters into the maintenance phase.

18. What Are The Popular RPA Tools & Vendors?
Answer: Popular RPA Tools & Vendors are:

  • Automation Anywhere
  • Blue Prism
  • Open span
  • UIPath
  • Verint
  • BlackLine
  • NICE Actimize
  • Datamatics
  • Kofax
  • EdgeVerve
  • HelpSystems

19. How is a chatbot different from robotic process automation?
Answer: The difference between a chatbot and an RPA engine is similar to a difference between a mouse and a mammoth. By the names,

ChatBot – A bot programmed to chat with a user (human) like a human. Possibly to recommend a pre-learned resolution to a particular problem that user faces or to make a request and instruct backend systems to provide a request.

RPA (Robotic Process Automation) – A bot programmed to automate a manual business process of executing a task or an activity within a business function. A business function can be like HR/Finance/Procurement etc. A chatbot can be a medium to feed an input into an RPA engine but cannot replicate the features of an RPA engine.

20. What are the general requirements of RPA for front and back-office processing?
Answer: Well, the fact is RPA is well-known for its flexibility and it is capable to meet the robust IT standards without compromising the security. It is possible to use the robotic software for front and back office. Most of the requirements are same for both and thus users need not worry. The same configuration can easily be deployed and the results that can be derived are always superior in every aspect.

21. What does Publishing mean in UiPath Automation Studio?
Answer: Publishing of the automation package indicates archiving it and the related files present in particular folder for sending it to robots and then executing it. When you will be connected to the orchestrator then the project will go to the orchestrator field and then it will be displayed on the packages page. And from this place, you can easily distribute them to the other robots after you assign some packages to the environment. Otherwise, it will get stored locally in the Studio feed.

22. How easy is it to train and manage the robots activity?
Answer: A robot is trained through a flow chart of the procedure. This flow-chart is managed and audited to document the procedure.
Management information is gathered automatically as the robot operates. All processes generate statistical profiles as a by-product of doing the action. This allows tuning and development of a process in light of real data. 

Modern robots systems come with failover and recovery inbuilt as core capabilities. It means that if changes take place, or downstream failures occur a “smart” response can be trained into the overall system.

Modern robots systems have a full audit and security authorization meaning that all changes and all access are recorded and regulated. Back-up process steps are managed, roll-back and recovery, as well as process change-highlighting, are all automatically captured by the robot platform.

23. How do robots deal with human judgment?
Answer: Robots for now only follow rules. Where a procedure requires interpretation and skill in judging an outcome then a robot may not be suitable. One technique that is common is to re-organize task-steps so that any judgment is dealt with upfront – the work is prepared for robotic automation. In this way, robots can handle bulk rules and handoff to humans once a judgment is needed.

24. How Long Until My Team Is Self-sufficient In Developing Automated Processes?
Answer: The initial 3-day training course provides the basic knowledge required to begin creating automated processes. Candidates can expect to achieve full accreditation within the timeframe of the project for the initial Operational Agility framework creation. During this time the trainees are delivering automated processes into the production environment, therefore, generating business benefit.

25. What are the factors that are encouraging the organizations to proceed with RPA according to you?
Answer: Well, the biggest factor is RPA always makes sure of error-free results which mean no wastage of time. Of course, time is money in the present scenario. Organizations need not worry about paying extreme attention to quality verification and testing the results again and again. Also, it needs less human interference which always makes sure of no conflicts and fast operations. Moreover, for organizations, its only one-time investment and results are forever.

26. What is the purpose of Error Handling Command in Automation Anywhere?
Answer: The following sub-commands are used to handle the potential errors during the running of a task and to debug the task.

Sub-Commands are:

  • Begin Error Handling
  • End Error Handling

Automation Anywhere provides these possibilities for error handling when an error happens:

Take Snapshot: In the event of any error, take a snapshot of the screen.

Run Task: Run another task when the current task faces an error.

Log data into file: Log the error into a file.

Send Email: Send an email when the error happens. Optionally ‘Attach Snapshot’ and/or ‘Attach Variable’. We can configure e-mail settings from Tools > Options > Email Settings

Variable Assignment: Specify a value to be assigned to a variable and Set Task Status Pass or Fail depending on the Error handling the action.

27. Explain About Rpa Worldwide Implementation?
Answer: RPA is constantly leveraging in the market worldwide. It is already being implemented by broad-range of industries. Enterprises now enjoy the freedom of optimizing costs and going up freeing their resources. This ultimately leads to new business visions in crowded marketplaces.

28. What are the Popular RPA Vendors?
Answer:

  • Popular RPA Vendors are:
  • Automation Anywhere
  • Verint
  • BlackLine
  • Open span
  • Blue Prism
  • NICE
  • Datamatics
  • Kofax
  • EdgeVerve
  • HelpSystems

29. Is Blue Prism’s Robotic Automation Platform Secure and Auditable?
Answer: Security and auditability are built into the Blue Prism robotic automation platform at several levels. The runtime environment is completely separate from the process editing environment.

Permissions to design, create, edit and run processes and business objects are specific to each authorized user.

A full audit trail of changes to any process is kept, and comparisons of the before and after effect of changes are provided. 

The log created at run-time for each process provides a detailed, time-stamped history of every action and decision taken within an automated process.

Our clients tend to find that running a process with Blue Prism gives them a lot more control than a manual process, and from a compliance point of view assures that processes are run consistently, in line with the process definition.

30. What does the future of RPA look like?

Answer: Current value propositions aside, it’s important to consider the future developments and advancements in RPA capabilities. Today, robotic software is rules-based and exceptions require human intervention for resolution. But are RPA software robots capable of completing cognitive tasks? What would the collaboration between RPA and more intelligent solutions, such as artificial intelligence, entail? With the contribution of cognitive algorithms and machine learning, RPA will be able to adapt to more complex situations, independently correcting errors and applying judgment. While transactional processes are the current focus of automation technology, the convergence of RPA with AI is on the near horizon.

In a whitepaper titled “Automate This,” Deloitte suggests, the merge of RPA and AI is expected to happen in three areas: within the market, across solutions, and among processes. The whitepaper goes on to argue that “These systems could operate as the ‘heart and lungs’ of an organization, taking in key data inputs and performing all of the internal processes that are core to the business.”

The abilities of both RPA and cognitive products will be combined into a single solution that will allow tasks to be automated in an adaptive and responsive way to maximize business outcomes. The software robots will be able to analyze elaborate activities just like a human employee in order to deliver superior performance and more valuable customer experience.

31. For an Agile method when you will avoid using the automation testing?
Answer: When there is a frequent change in the requirements or when the documentation required is extremely massive. This is due to the fact that things can go wrong if automation is considered at that time.

32. What processes are the best fits for RPA automation?
Answer: One of the benefits of RPA is it can be used to automate tasks in any industry, including insurance, healthcare, banking, and financial services, procurement, supply chain management, and manufacturing. While many of the tasks in these industries vary in their outcomes, they also have commonalities that make them suitable for automation. Some of the back-office tasks ideal for automation:

Are repetitive and consistent. These activities remain fixed over time and are not variable. Robots follow rules, so the tasks for automation should consist of unambiguous steps taken in a defined manner each time. Examples include data entry and migration, payroll, accounts payable, and more general copy-paste and swivel-chair tasks.

Don’t require constant human intervention. While robots can be stopped in the middle of a process and will alert human employees when reaching an exception, the most ideal processes are those that can be entirely automated. This will lead to the most effective results, such as cost reduction and increased productivity, in the shortest possible timetable.

Are high-volume and time-consuming. Processes, such as orders and claims processing, that require a large investment of time and effort on behalf of your employees, as well as those that are the most burdensome for your organization, are ones that warrant and justify RPA implementation.

33. What are the advantages Of RPA?
Answer:

Wide-Range Automation: RPA hurries up and executes excellent accuracy across totally different fields viz. banking, healthcare, and insurance, telecom, communications, etc. just about complicated programs are automatic on a wide-range by up the dealings method.

Quick ROI: RPA can increase productivity across varied industries. One software package automaton is economical of accomplishing the work of roughly three staff. This innovation builds positive ROI a lot quicker than expected. Moreover, price productions would possibly reach 2 hundredths in time.

Enterprise Scalability: RPA is very versatile and scalable with reduced time of induction. Robots perform large complicated operations in parallel, ranging from desktop to cloud environments. All this operation is dole out, by permitting multiple users to observe and management robots from varied business units through one secure device.

Powerful Analytics: Gathering agile and thoroughgoing information alter higher management and insights into forever growing business enhancements. Improved governance is achieved through a prescribed set of automation tools.

Cost-Saving: Implementing RPA inside Associate in Nursing enterprise has shown a forceful reduction in overall prices when putting next to ancient non-RPA ways.

34. What is method Studio?
Answer: A Blue Prism method is formed as a diagram that appears very like a typical business multidimensional language.

Processes square measure created in a part of Blue Prism named method Studio that, as we’ll see, appearance kind of like different method modeling applications (such MS Visio) and uses customary multidimensional language symbols and notation. 

35. What’s the distinction between skinny consumer And Thick Client?
Answer: The thin consumer is any application that we have a tendency to cannot get the attribute properties whereas spying exploitation any RPA tools. For eg, Citrix or any virtual surroundings.

And the thick consumer is any application that we have a tendency to get pretty few attribute properties exploitation RPA tools eg calculator, net person

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36. During the planning phase of automation, what points are to be considered on priority?
Answer: After selecting the tool which is the first task, the next big thing that matters a lot in selecting the right framework. There are various items that are tagged as In scope and Out Scope that need to be selected based on the type of task. After this, the test environment is to be considered. If required, users need to prepare the charts of project timelines. At the same time, the identification of deliverables is another major factor that is to be considered.

37. Is Robotic Automation like screen scraping or macros?
Answer: No, managerial Robotic Automation is a generation from old technologies like screen scratching or macros. The major differences are: Robots are universal application orchestrators – any application that can be used by a man can be used by a present-day robot, whether mainframe, bespoke application, legacy, web service enabled or even a close 3rd party API hosted service. Robots assemble procedural knowledge which after some time joins with a shared library that can be re-used by some other robot or device. Applications are “read” by the robot, either through submitted APIs where they exist, through the OS before application appears, or through the screen with respect to the native application. In this last case the modern robot “reads” an application screen in context and in the same way a user does. As part of the robot training, it is shown how to read the application’s display much like a user is shown.

38. What are the advantages of robotically orchestrating existing applications through the user interface?
Answer: No IT infrastructure changes are required – there is no integration requirement – the robots interface with any application through the user interface in the same way a user does.

No integration costs – robots drive existing applications.

IT robots are “trained” by their users by being “shown” how to complete a task. This is akin to training a new employee.

A robot once trained can scale across any number of other robots.

The robot knowledge is extended and re-used over time.

A robot is trained in the live environment making projects less expensive and much faster than traditional IT.

Multiple robots applied to a task can be synchronized to deliver large-scale robotic platforms.

39. What Systems Can Blue Prism Robotically Integrate?
Answer: Blue Prism has incorporated many years of experience of integration and numerous technologies into its software. The technologies used are secure, reliable and robust.

Instead of creating new adaptors for each unique application we have developed technology adaptors for all the technologies employed at the presentation layer, Java, Windows, Web, Green Screen/Mainframe and even Citrix.

This coupled with a wide range of dedicated tools that have been developed means that we are confident in being able to link any system with the click of a button. This proven application orchestration capability ensures that new processes can be rapidly designed, built and tested without any impact on existing systems.

40. What do you mean by automation? What are its benefits?
Answer: It is basically a process to automate the tasks and process with the help of automatic equipment which is based on technology. It is helpful for businesses to consider automation as it enhances efficiency and cut down the errors from several business processes and transactions. Also, human interference can be avoided up to a great extent. A number of processes can be automated with the use of specific equipment and expertise.

41. Bring examples of your work?
Answer: I have been called several times by hiring managers who expressed their delight at some of my candidates who came to the interview session with samples of their work. You also have the opportunity to do this. Make the most of printed words, it shows how prepared you are and this alone might just set you apart from other candidates. Idea: Some candidates take a copy of their most recent written review to the interview. Obviously, you should only do this if your evaluation is outstanding. Perhaps you could come with a graph or a chart that illustrates the actions you took that saved your old company some money or even how you improved their business.

Always couch your examples with the following line of logic:

  • This was the situation at the time.
  • This is what I did to remedy the situation.
  • My actions yielded these results.

42. How to Select an RPA Tool?

Answer: By considering several factors we select an RPA Tool for Business Process Automation,

i) Technology: First and foremost is the technology in which RPA tool has been built, like Microsoft .NET, IBM Mainframe, Java, web, etc. The tool has to be platform-independent, considering many of the organizations perform their day to day tasks outside the local desktop using Citrix or Virtual machines, etc. So the automation solution should be able to support any application and platform.

ii) Interface: Next most important feature is the RPA tool’s user interface. A complex user interface will delay the process of implementation and increase the learning curve and adaptability. A more user-friendly interface like drag and drop, auto-capture, image recognition, etc. would be better.

iii) Management: It is important to know how effectively and easily the robots can be managed
considering these robots are going to be replacing your human workforce. There should be a high level of visibility and control in terms of process monitoring, process change, development, re-use, etc.

iv) Security: Security is one of the most important factors to be considered. How safe are the robots when compared to humans? After all robots/RPA tools are also a piece of software, so how much more security controls can be implemented, test the code rigidly and lock it up, the better.

43. How to implement Robotic Process Automation?
Answer: There are mainly 6 steps to be followed for a successful RPA implementation:

  • Identify the Automation Opportunities
  • Optimize the Identified Processes
  • Build a Business Case
  • RPA Vendor Selection
  • Pilot RPA Development
  • Ramp up and Continue Building Expertise RPA bots.

44. When exactly will you automate a test?
Answer: There are certain cases when we can consider the same. For example, repeating tasks. During such a scenario, automating a test saves a lot of time as well as Human efforts. In addition to this, test with more than one data set can be made more efficient through this approach. Also, regression test cases, as well as Smoke & Sanity tests are also the conditions when automating a test is a good option. However, the final decision is always based on Return-on-Investment.

45. What Hardware Infrastructure Do I Need to Run Blue Prism’s Robotic Automation Platform?
Answer: Blue Prism has been designed for flexibility and to meet the most robust IT standards for IT operational integrity, security, and supportability. The software can be deployed either as a front office or back office process, running quite happily on a standard desktop in the front office or on any scale of systems for back-office processing. 

46. What are the basic or the general requirements of RAP for front and back-office processing?
Answer: Well, the fact is RPA is well-known for its flexibility and it is capable to meet the robust IT standards without compromising the security. It is possible to use the robotic software for front and back office. Most of the requirements are same for both of them and thus users need not worry. The same configuration can easily be deployed and the results that can be derived are always superior in every aspect.

47. What are RPA Benefits?
Answer: Code-less: No need to memorize any syntax.

Simplicity: Easy to create a process through simple drag and drop.

Scalability: It can be achieved by assigning work to multiple workstations.

Cost-saving: Huge reduction in cost as the very minimal workforce is required.

Accuracy: As the tasks are performed by the bots.

Productivity: As it is robotic, productivity will be very high.

Flexibility: Test process does not depend on the type of software under test, whether it is web-based, desktop application or mobile application.

48. What are the important factors that must be taken care of while planning Automation anywhere?
Answer: Before doing anything, the very first thing to pay attention to is selecting the Automation tool that is beneficial. It is necessary to pay equal attention to the framework in case it is present. The test environment setup is also necessary to consider on priority. Another factor that matters a lot is identifying the test Deliverables. In addition to this, factors such as the timeline of the project and its execution are the other factors that must be taken care of during the planning phase.

49. What are different RPA Jobs?
Answer: Robotic Process Automation jobs can be broadly classified into 3 major categories:

i) RPA Developers/Architects
ii) Robotic Process Automation Consultants
iii) RPA Leads/Managers

50. How can you say RPA is Wide-Range Automation in a true sense?
Answer: Well, the fact is RPA always make sure of accuracy irrespective of the task one performs through it. It can be considered in modern banking, telecom, insurance, healthcare, security, intelligence, as well as in the communications sector. By boosting the transaction process, it is possible for the users to simply automate the programs that are highly complex and need extra time if handled with other methods.

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