In a systems integration context RPA tools are enabling automated integration with legacy systems that wasn’t previously possible, easy or feasible. As with any technology, however, there are some scenarios where RPA is not a good fit (nothing is ever a silver bullet, is it?). In this blog I’m going to detail some key points you should consider before using RPA as another tool in the “integration” toolbox.
Many businesses and government organisations now have innovation hubs to come up with the next big idea, software solution or product. But what’s the next step after you’ve come up with your idea? How long will it take to make it a reality? In this blog we will explore four key elements that will get you on the front foot and ensure your technology environment is ‘innovation ready’.
As the RPA market has accelerated, the tools have started to mature and we see an opportunity for RPA to play a more strategic role in the integration digital ecosystem as well as providing the foundation for future artificial intelligence and cognitive computing technologies.
Technology now provides readily available capability to your business to transform the way you service your customers and operate your business. There’s no clunkiness to it either. This is schmick – driven by the same principles that have transformed our individual relationship with technology through the smartphone. Technology is delivering on its promise to enable dramatic business improvement – the question is, are we embracing it?
Bonita leverages REST APIs to facilitate interactions with the core of its business process management capability. This is a great asset of the solution however you may hit a roadblock when you need to do something outside of the default APIs. This is where REST API extensions come into play. This blog post will explain how to setup a framework based on industry standard java and maven tooling which can be used in both the community and subscription editions.
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