Robotic process automation (RPA) is an increasingly popular tool for organizations to increase efficiency and productivity. Companies have traditionally used on-premises RPA solutions, in which an organization purchases a license and runs the software entirely on its own premises. However, as businesses look for ways to reduce the cost of ownership and increase ROI, many are now making the switch to cloud automation solutions. On-premises solutions offer control and security, with the ability to align security protocols with internal policies. However, implementation can be slow and costly, and may require significant manual effort. Cloud automation offers instantaneous implementation and features such as automatic updates, however it does not provide the same security as on-premises. Ultimately, there is no one-size-fits-all solution; organizations should evaluate their needs and weigh the benefits and drawbacks of both on-premises and cloud automation. Read this two-part series, “The Pros and Cons of Cloud Automation,” for a look at the pros and cons of each.
Irina Lunin is the Vice President of Research & Development at Blueprint Software Systems and is responsible for the vision and evolution of Blueprint’s Business Transformation Platform, a powerful solution that helps large enterprises understand how work is getting done today, so that they can improve it as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible. Irina has a proven track record of delivering innovative solutions and is passionate about building technology that helps organizations consolidate all of their process information in one place, allowing them to optimize and automate their business processes. For more information, visit https://www.blueprintsys.com