Modern organizations need to move fast. Toggling between legacy and modern systems is frustrating. Often there are disconnects between legacy and modern platforms, requiring manual work to bridge the gap. Many of the ServiceNow customers I speak with every day tell me they’re trying to drive automation across a mix of legacy and modern applications.
Robotic Process Automation and Test Automation are two confusing terms in testing processes. Similar to TDD and BDD processes, RPA and test automation seem like a single branch of the test segment which is common to be exchanged in communication during planning. The word “automation” seems to be a culprit in this case. When both the terms end with automation and someone knows any one of them, it is not hard to presume another one based on primitive knowledge.
If 2020 taught businesses anything, it’s that being able to turn on a dime and change everything about how you operate isn’t a “nice to have” – it’s a must. The demand for low-code technologies and automation was already climbing, but the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the need to re-orchestrate broken processes and reduce manual tasks.
Businesses across the world have always utilized technology to gain a competitive edge over their rivals. In recent times RPA (Robotic Process Automation) has become increasingly popular. Nowadays, many ventures are heavily investing in technologies that can help them achieve automation for various processes and operations.