I work as the Unit Business Director-FICO-PM at a Consumer Goods company (size: 1000+ employees).
At the moment, I'm working on a comparison between two RPA solutions (Microsoft Power Automate and Blue Prism) to present for my management.
I'm new to the RPA and I need some help/inputs in identifying the technical differences between the two products (as when I've received some fin...
I work at a Construction company (size: over 10,000 employees).
Currently, we're considering these 2 RPA tools: Power Automate and UiPath.
Feature richness, product roadmap and industry adoptions are priority decision makers for us.
A simple RPA use case.
Unattended and attended bots.
However, the cost is a significant factor here too.
We would like to ...
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Robotic process automation-as-a-service (RPAaaS)
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Co-founder and CEO at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
Oct 5, 2021
Hi Shibu, a new concept within the RPAaaS, besides being available from the cloud, is pay for what you use.
Still most platforms provide the 24x7 availability of agents which for SMB are too expensive. AutomationEdge, which is considered a contender in the 2021 PEAK analysis from Everest, has an option to pay by chunks of minutes and/or chunks of operations, in case of IT automation, per month.