An RPA can interact with various other systems either through screen scraping / API integrations and can make decisions and determine its actions based on inputs gathered from other systems.
The selection of an RPA tool must include how quickly and easily the tool can scale to business requirements, changes, exceptions, or increasing operations.
UiPath Studio X
Web Based Orchestrator
|Blue Prism||Visual Basic C# J#|
Client Server Architecture
|Trial Version||Robust and Scalable|
Audit logs enabling
|Client Server Architecture||Trial Version||Automation Anywhere can be deployed in any environment||Scaling
High Cost of Deployment
|Pega academy||Poor at handling media or very interactive screens such as video|
|NICE Systems||VB Scripting C#||desktop and server automation|
Supports CRM, billing, MS Office, virtualization, and networking
|Kofax||cognitive capture, process orchestration, mobility and engagement, and analytics|
|WorkFusion||scalable, unlimited RPA product for free||Real-time learning, low-code AutoML|
Plug-and-play scalability, centralized governance
Most RPA’s supports all types of application environments and data sources, including websites, portals, enterprise systems, and legacy applications, Excel, Email, XML, JSON, CSV, and SQL.
What you need in a RPA Tool is
- process modeling
- change management
- deployment management
- execution monitoring
- remote execution and scheduling.