Robotic Process Automation or RPA is being used by a lot of organizations these days to automate their day-to-day repetitive tasks which were previously done by humans. The rate of adopting RPA by any organization has shown significant growth over the last few years. There are various RPA tools available in the market, that help organizations to design and build automation solutions. The primary purpose of RPA is to automate repetitive manual tasks. These solutions empower an organization with additional resources which can perform repetitive tasks more efficiently and much faster than humans.
RPA projects can be complex if the actual task is not well defined or if the actual process goes through a long pipeline involving lots of applications or has a lot of rules and conditions. The complexity of any RPA project depends on various factors. Designing a proper RPA solution is an extremely crucial step before starting actual automation. This blog deep dive into this topic and helps to understand what must be done before starting any RPA project.
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LokiBots provides a feature where a process can be automated in smaller chunks and later combined. Dividing the entire process into smaller chunks helps a user in many ways. First, if subprocesses are independent of each other so that the subprocesses can be automated in parallel and tested individually. Second, LokiBots offers a service known as Task store, where the subprocess can be automated by one person and uploaded into the task store so that, later if some other user or the same user wants to use this same task for another process, it can be used with some little editing as per user’s requirement. Third, if there are some changes to be done then these changes can be easily done without affecting the other subprocesses hence making it easy to manage the process.
LokiBots also handles exceptions in an efficient way. If handling any error is part of the automation process then it can be automated else errors are logged in an activity log known as audit logs where every action taken by the bot will be recorded along with errors and reasons for the error. Also, an email is triggered to the email ID provided by the user during signing up to the LokiBots account, stating the error and reason for the error.
Being a cloud-native platform that offers a subscription-based pricing model with pay-as-you-go, LokiBots can help customers to automate their business processes with zero Capex costs and minimal Opex.