In the technology industry, change is constantly accelerating. Each new business challenge presents opportunities for evolution. However, sometimes we need to stop and look back at where we came from to find the best path forward. This is the case with RPA in the cloud.
At its inception, robotic process automation (RPA) was built for local (on-premise) deployment. In the office-of-yesterday, nearly all work was done on-site and on desktop PCs, so RPA architecture was created to support that common structure. In today’s digital-first world, especially with the necessary precautions to combat COVID-19, employees work from anywhere and everywhere. They can be productive and efficient at home, in hotels, in cafes, on planes, and on a multitude of devices.Read More