RPA’s current state of play
PMG’s POV and orchestration capabilities

Chances are that RPA is already being used somewhere in your company. Maybe it’s even being leveraged within your organization or team. Or even by you.

RPA exploded on the scene a few years ago as the oldest “new” technology around. Accelerated market growth put pressure on RPA vendors as initial implementations failed to deliver on all of their promises.

There’s no denying that “bots” or “digital workers” are here to stay, but how do you make sure you’re extracting maximum value?

Many resources are available to help you select the best RPA vendor for your needs. From UI to AI, there are various features and capabilities you should evaluate. But what about the bigger picture? Are you using RPA in the right places and for the right activities?

RPA is best suited to automating routine, repetitive tasks. The technology was not designed to automate end-to-end business processes. That’s where the PMG Platform comes in.

The work of orchestrating the various activities that together make up a business process is where PMG’s Workflow Engine shines. We have customers using PMG to coordinate cross-departmental human actions, integrate bi-directionally with other data sources, and manage RPA bots that interface with legacy systems – all as part of a holistic process.

The massive remote-work experiment of 2020 has dramatically increased the drive towards business automation. There is no one-size-fits-all tool or platform to achieve a digital workplace. It’s about using the right tool for the right process.

We’d love to talk to you further about process orchestration and our experience automating the management of RPA bots. Reach out to us if you’re ready to chat.

It’s time to orchestrate your automation!