IBM provides the world’s leading workflow solutions. Their business process management suite (BPMS) solution enables organisations to manage complex processes that span many organisations and IT systems. It supports processes that can run for long periods of time and provides dashboards to monitor and track processes, which is especially useful when there are numerous instances of a process running simultaneously. The challenge, as with any BPMS solution, is that it must be integrated with every IT system used as part of the process in question.
UiPath is the world’s leading RPA (Robotic Process Automation) vendor. Their technology allows IT systems to be accessed via their existing screens and no integration required. RPA technology can automate tasks normally performed by humans. When supported with artificial intelligence, RPA can be trained to perform very complex tasks.
This collaboration enables UiPath Robots to be started by IBM’s workflow solution, monitored while running and report the results on the process dashboard, which enables:
∙ Faster adoption of work flow
∙ Better ROI, as human activities can be automated
∙ Better visibility and control of processes that are running
∙ Better enforcement of regulatory obligations
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