What is RPA and which company is using this technology.

What is RPA and which company is using this technology.

RPA is a technology that is being used by big companies today. RPA’s full name is Robotic Process Automation. This will be of great use in the future as companies will benefit greatly from this technology.

What is RPA

RPA is made up of three components, robot, process and automation.

In which robot means the mimic of human action.
Process means Sequence of meaningful activities.
And Automation means Work takes place without human action.

This technique can be used in many places such as for registration and billing of patients in health, for employee management in the company.

Many companies have implemented Robotic Process Automation (RPA) in their company and they are also making a lot of profit.

Some of which are named here

  • Accenture 
  • Tech Mahindra
  • Capgemini
  • IBM
  • TCS
  • Deloitte 
  • Genpact 
  • ANZ
  • Hexaware 
  • Symphony Ventures
  • Adobe 
  • Vodafone 
  • Xerox 
  • AT&T
  • Avanade
  • AVO Counsultancy
  • Dell
  • Differ 
  • DigiBlue
  • HCL technology 
  • Infosys 
  • HGS
  • Intel 
  • LinkedIn 
  • Linium 
  • RPAi
  • Tesco
  • TEVA
  • Roboyo
  • Quest Diagnostics
  • Wipro 
  • Whirlpool 

In above companies; maximum are partnered with Blueprism, some are with Automation Anywhere, Uipath and Softomotive.

Top Companies That Provide Robotic Process Automation (RPA) :

The demand for this technology increased in the early 2020 when many companies promoted this skill.

It is a good thing that by adopting this kind of technology, people are using it well in the technological age. And which is benefiting the companies and Companies are also saving time with this technology.

The robotic procecs automation (RPA) market is expected to reach US $ 5.9 billion by 2025 at a CAGR of 32.6% between 2019 and 2025.

It is assumed that the next transitional phase of RPA will be AI. The next phase of RPA will move beyond rule-based technology and start incorporating AI aspects.

 

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