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Robotic process automation, sometimes called “intelligent automation”, simply put, refers to the use of software to perform routine or repetitive tasks.
An overly simple example might be setting up an auto-response on your email account for when you’re not around to answer a sender’s email yourself.
But that really is a gross over-simplification compared to what RPA can do. In theory, any task currently completed by a human could be done with RPA. [Read more…] about The growth of robotic process automation in life sciences and pharma