RPA vs Workflow vs Deep Process Automation Video
Simple and localized processes (1-2 participants, 1-5 tasks) are automated using RPA platforms. As the process becomes more complex, with several tasks and software systems, we deploy a few instantness of RPA (bots). To coordinate the operations of the end to end process we use point to point connection and bespoke and fragmented code which is often dispersed across several teams and developers. This is expensive, takes a long and requires constant change management to effectively automate. Often Workflow automation platforms and Business Process Management technologies are used to operate workflows with 5-15 tasks and 1-2 participants. Again, as the process becomes more complex, with 50+ tasks, 3+ participants and multiple software systems, we deploy a few instances of Workflow automations, RPAs, and other software systems to automate the operations of the process. Again, to coordinate the operations of the end to end process we use point to point connection and bespoke and fragmented code which is often dispersed across several teams and developers Coordinating multiple instances of Workflows and RPA and other software systems is more expensive and takes longer to effectively automate.
Deep Process Automation enables enterprises to automate Complex processes:
Today there is no effective product to effectively automate the end to end operations of complex processes with 50+ tasks, 3+ operational entities and multiple software systems Luthers Deep Process Automation platform enable enterprises to automate complex processes.