Expert Insights

This infographic published by DigitalWorkforce compares RPA against traditional IT Systems integration.

“Often RPA is about moving information between two or more separate pieces of software. Order comes in system A, a product needs to be shipped via system B. A patient signs in to a hospital through system M, a doctor needs to see their information in system N. A person places an insurance claim through system X, an answer is produced in system Y. And so on. However, getting separate systems to talk to each other is not a new problem and RPA is not the only way to solve it.”

As the infographic depicts “RPA often offers a more inexpensive and quick solution to the same problem that an integration aims to solve. RPA’s competitive advantage comes from the solution’s light structure, that allows implementing the technology without changes to existing systems”.

 

http://digitalworkforce.fi/en/rpa-vs-integration/

RPA vs Integration

This infographic published by DigitalWorkforce compares RPA against traditional IT Systems integration.

“Often RPA is about moving information between two or more separate pieces of software. Order comes in system A, a product needs to be shipped via system B. A patient signs in to a hospital through system M, a doctor needs to see their information in system N. A person places an insurance claim through system X, an answer is produced in system Y. And so on. However, getting separate systems to talk to each other is not a new problem and RPA is not the only way to solve it.”

As the infographic depicts “RPA often offers a more inexpensive and quick solution to the same problem that an integration aims to solve. RPA’s competitive advantage comes from the solution’s light structure, that allows implementing the technology without changes to existing systems”.

 

http://digitalworkforce.fi/en/rpa-vs-integration/