Robotic Process Automation (RPA) can act as a bridge between ERP Cloud and legacy applications. Through RPA, companies can retain the usability of legacy systems and bring efficiencies of ERP cloud. To better understand how RPA can bridge this gap, let's review how RPA bots work.
How RPA Bots Work
As a company you can train a bot to interact with multiple separate and unrelated systems. Think of an RPA bot as a virtual employee who can act on your data and applications just like a human would, working back and forth between different systems. Rather than operating at a program level, RPA operates at a user level and requires no code-level changes to your software systems. RPA can remove the barriers to adopt an ERP Cloud solution, by automating the manual tasks that would otherwise be required to maintain multiple applications.
Let us look at a sample case study to understand the importance of RPA
A company implemented ERP Cloud but continued with legacy systems and adopted RPA technology. They developed specific RPA bots to execute manual tasks often associated with the sharing of data between two disparate applications.
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