RPA as a Service: Is Easy Button Automation Right for You?
Our on-demand webinar discusses key differences between traditional, in-house RPA and the UiPath RPA as a service model.
Standing up a robotic process automation (RPA) program requires leadership buy-in.
But this can be hard to achieve when the infrastructure and resources required to prove success come at a substantial cost. Many leaders know the value RPA can bring, but whether to invest in the traditional in-house RPA model is the question.
For leaders who require fewer upfront resources and greater flexibility in scale and pricing than the traditional model provides, RPA as a service (RPAaaS) may be the answer. Automation shouldn’t be an all-or-nothing proposition. But with enterprise automation software vendors like UiPath offering more solutions than you can shake a stick at, it can be tough to home in on the right option for you. That’s why understanding when RPA as a service makes sense (and when it doesn’t) is important.
During this on-demand webinar, we’ll introduce RPAaaS, a subscription-based ‘easy button’ approach to a company’s automation program. We’ll also share a UiPath RPAaaS use case with implications that are applicable to a wide range of industries. Our enterprise automation strategists highlight the critical differences between RPAaaS and traditional in-house RPA, covering topics that include:
- Operating and pricing model differences that are critical to making an informed decision
- Key benefits of RPAaaS in the areas of investment, delivery speed, security, simplicity and customer satisfaction
- Firsthand insights from our UiPath MVP on situations where RPAaaS may not be ideal
- Expert guidance on how to choose an RPAaaS vendor, if it’s the right model for you
- Key decisions you need to make along the path to automation maturity.
After viewing this webinar, you’ll walk away with the insights you need to determine fit, along with useful tools and tips to get your RPA as a service program underway.
About Our Speakers
Tracy Dixon is a UiPath MVP and partner lead for our Operational Excellence practice. Tracy has expertise in process automation, Office 365, AWS, DevOps and more. Tracy is a four times UiPath MVP, focusing on helping clients improve the employee experience through process improvements and automation. She loves spending time on the dance floor or in the water, especially with her husband and four children.
Nick Rahn is an Automation Architect for our Operational Excellence practice with expertise in BPM, RPA and process improvement. He has worked in automation for over six years and is located in Ohio. Nick has been engaged in every step of the BPM and RPA journey from vendor selection and implementation to COE standup. When not working Nick enjoys spending time with his family on his Min-Farm or hiking to waterfalls.