KnowledgeLake RPA Videos

The Difference Between Robotic Process Automation, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence

You use RPAs every day when you ask Alexa to set a timer, listen to your recommended songs on Spotify, or break down and order those footie pajamas that Amazon has been recommending you to buy for the last two weeks.

What is RPA? We Use Robots Every Day in Our Personal Lives—Why Not at Work?

Robotic process automation (RPA). That’s some term, huh? Isaac Asimov, pictures of automobile assembly lines, and fields of people being harvested in the Matrix come to mind. Before we descend into the inevitable future ruled by our mechanical overlords, let’s talk about RPA. Let’s start with what robotic process automation is not: It’s not actually robots.

The Roles and Responsibilities of an RPA Project

There’s no doubt that RPA is a liberating technology. Liberating in the sense that RPA allows users to automate existing manual processes. RPA is truly a step forward. However, despite RPA’s ability to bridge the integration digital divide, it is by no means magic. Successful RPA projects still require the right people, in the right places, doing the right things. So, who are these people and what should they be doing to support a successful RPA project?

Robotic Process Automation from KnowledgeLake

See how KnowledgeLake employed RPA to streamline accounting and back office processes at one of America's top brewers.

Get your free ROI consult today.

Not sure if digital transformation is worth the cost? Give us 40 minutes and we’ll give you an honest answer. You never know where your next revenue opportunity is hiding.