Your workload grows daily. A lot of your tasks may be repetitive, time-consuming and boring. So whether you choose an attended robot, an unattended robot, or a combination; it’s important to understand how you can get the most from robotic process automation (RPA).
RPA understands that an automation will involve some combination of human and robotic input for successful execution – but how will you know the optimal combination of human and robot for a specific workflow or process? The capabilities of different robot types may be similar, however, there are differences between attended and unattended.
Attended robots are your personal assistant – working with you. Unattended robots are working for you – they require very little human interaction to perform at scale. Attended and unattended robots allow you to look at tasks and identify which tasks are best suited to automate and with which type of robot. You have the power to bring your automations together and deploy models to meet your business needs – taking the dull and boring out of work!
This new eGuide from UiPath explains the difference between attended and unattended robots, or a combination of both. It identifies six automation deployment models that help RPA to meet a wide range of your process automation needs.