05 Sep 2019
06 Aug 2018
Automation has tremendously changed the face of the IT industry and is playing an imperative role in every industry these days. Automation has reduced the mundane human work, the labor cost and has increased reliability and throughput by enhancing the process quality. New and emerging technologies, such as Artificial intelligence (AI), cognitive computing, the Internet of Things (IoT), and machine learning are revolutionizing all industries. Some implementations like self-driving cars are set to change the digital world.
Advances in software and AI world are paving the way for Robotic Process Automation (RPA). It is the most recent technology which has the capability to re-invent the business process management landscape. This innovative technology uses robots or the software program to perform certain arduous jobs and several business workflows with great accuracy. RPA is now replacing various repetitive jobs and the connected jobs across the business organizations.
The RPA has several advantages due to which it is used in most of the industries. One of the major advantages is its power of working 24/7 without any breaks. This efficient and effective technology helps in saving a lot of time and money. It is relatively different from the previous automation improvements. It is highly accessible and discernible, allows users to monitor and review logged processes completed by RPA tools. RPA is not just limited to the finance and accounting industry but is also proving its worth in the industries like telecommunications, utilities, mining, travel, retail and highly structured industries like healthcare.
Built with an operating procedure, RPA defines the series of steps which are performed by robots for a specific process. The process is transformed into the software program via code which is executed by the robots and carries out different tasks. It has the capability of controlling the system in the similar manner as humans do in concluding the process. The bots in the RPA emulate the human activities and perform the rule-based tasks, which is the reason it is accepted in most of the industries. In brief, RPA is intended to reduce and eradicate the need for resources to perform high-value tasks. It is bringing agility across functions and industries.
Here are some of the major advantages that RPA brings along
RPA helps in reducing the cycle time and brings enhanced productivity to the table.
Superior Performance and Quality:
Robots working continuously and vigorously ensure greater precision resulting in high quality.
Replacing a full-time resource with RPA can bring around 20%-25% cost savings.
RPA organizes and gathers data easily, helping in predicting the future results easily.
RPA and Software Testing: What’s the Connection?
The advent of new processes and technology over the years has spurred a revolution in QA and software testing industry. In order to meet the demand for shortening time-to-market and ensure good quality output, enterprises need more than just the agile methodology and delivery. They need pervasive process automation to help minimize errors and optimize processes. This brings the need for Robotic Process Automation (RPA) as it helps to facilitate the high-end performance with very less effort. It efficiently reduces the efforts required in performing end-to-end testing while structuring the conventional APIs, collaborations, and business validations to dissolve and resolve data silos.
TestingXperts’ Capabilities in RPA
The demand for better data quality, driven by the rapid adoption of disruptive technologies is forcing enterprises to re-evaluate their QA and software testing strategies. Moving with the technological transformations and transforming the conventional forms of testing, TestingXperts (Tx) has been providing comprehensive RPA testing to various clients. Tx with its RPA testing services is widely contributing to the organizations in the form of automated data manipulation, data entry, formatting, etc. Connect with us to know more about our specialization in RPA based testing