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What to Consider When Evaluating Automation Solutions

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Evaluating Automation Solutions: Integration Platform As a Service (iPaaS)

What iPaaS is designed to do:

What iPaaS is not designed to do:

Evaluating Automation Solutions: Workflow Automation — or, Business Process Automation (BPA)

Workflow automation solutions allow organizations to define and automate processes by building custom forms or apps atop linked workflows and business logic. It’s generally useful for organizations who want to build a net new app to automate what is currently a manual business process.

What Workflow Automation is designed to do:

What Workflow Automation is NOT designed to do:

Evaluating Automation Solutions: Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

What RPA is designed to do:

What RPA is NOT designed to do:

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