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Introduction

Enterprises already using a BPMS should consider RPA to automate manual, repetitive tasks to achieve a greater accuracy and efficiency in execution of business processes.

Highlights

  • There is a good case for using BPMS to route requests to knowledge/case workers for scenarios requiring human judgement when RPA software is not “good enough.”

Features and Benefits

  • Understand the differences in the RPA and BPM value propositions.
  • Gain insight into the scope for process automation via RPA and BPMS.

Key questions answered

  • Which type of tasks or sub-processes are well suited for automation via RPA?
  • What is the difference in the scope for process automation via RPA and BPMS?

Table of contents

Summary

  • Introduction
  • Using RPA and BPMS for Digital Process Automation