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RPA enhances, rather than replaces.



One of the common misconceptions we come across when talking about Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is that it is a new system. This isn’t the case. RPA works with your various data sources, documents and applications to connect them together into a seamless workflow. But how does this work?



RPA integration generally operates in one of two ways:



Front-End Interaction: Mimicking human interaction with the user interface, RPA can perform tasks just as a person would, offering a solution when direct system access is not available.



Back-End Connection: Utilising APIs and other integration technologies, RPA can directly interact with the system’s backend, which is typically quicker and more efficient, though not always feasible for older systems.



The Advantages of Embracing RPA Integration


Consider an outdated system in your organisation that’s missing key features. Rather than costly replacements, RPA can bridge that gap. Take, for instance, the laborious process of entering supplier invoices. RPA can automate this by processing digital invoices with Intelligent Document Processing, performing validations, and updating them in your system—all with remarkable speed and minimal expense.



Prolonging Your Systems’ Lifecycle


While there are instances where system upgrades are unavoidable, RPA often provides a viable alternative. By supplementing extant systems with necessary functionalities and integrations, RPA can significantly extend their operational life, saving both time and financial resources.

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