There is a variety of places where this technology can be used. If we approach a process in which we can find one or many of these:
- a set of repetitive tasks that are based on rules
- no dependency on unstructured, subjective human evaluation
- many systems need to be handled
- execution is time consuming
- used data needs to be transformed or compared
- based on old software, running in a specific environment, without any modern API allowing to connect to it
that is the place where RPA shines. Accounting, ordering and selling goods, resourcing, real estate managing - these are only a few examples that have procedures connected to them. And if there is a clear procedure of doing something, then RPA can be easily introduced to handle that process.