RPA CODING Best Practices
5th September 2019
5th September 2019
Over the past decade, Robotic Process Automation Technology has clearly emerged as one of the key levers to expedite Business transformation journey for many organizations. While most of the critical RPA product players are busy selling over-simplification of the Technology leveraging visual programming approach, it makes sense to evaluate the outcome holistically on usage of common IT principles.
“Any non-IT professional can build the RPA BOT using our platform”. This sounds like common pitch across RPA products but then, Why RPA has got significantly high failure rate? Why it is difficult to sustain the RPA benefits for longer time? Why RPA BOTs continue to be a security threat in over-all IT environment? Industry took these questions very seriously and started working towards creating a common framework to ensure quality BOT outcome.
Irrespective of RPA products, most of these standards and best practices can be clubbed under the following FIVE categories,
In summary, to extract maximum benefits out of RPA BOTs and to sustain the same on longer run, it becomes utmost important for Enterprises to establish an ecosystem for continuously monitoring the quality standards during the complete SDLC.
Having worked extensively in Process Automation area and associated with Industry leading brands like Tata, GE, Accenture & Mphasis, Nishant comes with detailed understanding of corresponding technology stack, industry trends, implementation nuances and commercial implications. Built 1000+ RPA practitioner capability and delivered 1500+ robots across the globe. With 22+ Years of experience in planning, developing and implementing avant-garde information solutions, for both custom and product-based Client strategic Initiatives, he is currently leading his own Venture called, BOT mantra.