RPA projects are different from any other solution implementation projects.
Traditional solution implementation projects are stand alone systems. They usually requires PS effort with customizing the system to support the specific requests. In many cases it involves connectivity to other systems and operational DBs. But in the end of the day, it's a stand alone system, with many out of the box features running as a strand alone application.
RPA projects are different by definition. There are several major differences between RPA projects and traditional solution implementation projects. Here are some examples:
RPA projects are built on top of the existing operational systems. It's an unstable environment, it is usually get changed occasionally and in general it's RPA projects built with fragile foundations which should be managed with special care.
RPA projects has no common ground. Every RPA project is different from the others and designing RPA project to support the company's targets is heavily based on consulting, guiding the business users with what can they achieve using RPA, what are the advantages and assist them with identifying the potential which is usually different from one customer to another.
In attended automation processes, the bot should assist the user to do his job better, faster and with no mistakes, and although we usually design bots to be user friendly developers tend to forget that the bot runs on the same machine as the user and they should respect the user and avoid disturbing him.
These are some examples of the RPA specific challenges which traditional solutions implementation projects doesn't have. Valor developed a unique RPA training courses training experienced PMs, BAs with RPA specific challenges, advanced training for RPA developers assisting them with designing and delivering scalable enterprise level projects etc.
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