Robotic Process Automation with Microsoft Automate
Automation does not only remain the need of the hour but a crucial necessity without which most of our functionalities within a corporate environment seem meaningless and become just another of these repetitive manual tasks that could have been much efficient and productive otherwise. With the latest updates coming from Microsoft, the recent UI in Power Automate which has added Robotic Process Automation (RPA) to Microsoft Power Automate, earlier known as Microsoft Flow, automation has reached a different level altogether.
Blending in the features of Digital Process Automation (DPA) with the RPA UI in Power Automate- base- automation, Microsoft has created a platform that will ease out automation like never before. Connecting the legacy applications with modern services, RPA will be scaling Microsoft Automate to a stage wherein the thousands of organisations that are already using it today would be more than welcoming the process integration to their Microsoft environments.
Being a total cloud based- system, the UI in Power Automate launched by Microsoft is a complete low code/ no code system which helps the newbies and not- so- tech savvies to create and automate processes that makes life easier for them and at the end of the day gets more work done within a shorter frame of time. With customizations possible for larger workflows and also across multiple platforms and applications that do not function on APIs, UI in Power Automate is definitely a game changer in the market and it won’t be long before the companies across the globe have access to it and use it as an integral part of their work environment for making processes better, faster and much easier than before.
The ease of the UI Flows is that it can record every single movement of the cursor, a click, keyboard inputs and moving across apps and play the same or verify and create a process out of it. These processes can be used to run operations that range from a couple of steps to lengthy complex processes or even building programs. Sending automated responses, emails, etc. would just be a cakewalk with these recent updates. Built on Azure AI platform, Microsoft Automate would change the way a lot of organizations are currently using automation and Microsoft/s collaboration with a lot of giants in the market would definitely be helpful in expanding these services at top notch speed across the globe. With the launch of the UI in Power Automate, it is soon that the Microsoft Power Automate with RPA would a name common across all major as well as minor players in this dynamic market.
Bitscape, being one of the Microsoft preferred Partners has already started working on the technical assistance and services for Microsoft Automate and has staff who are being provided hands on training for UI Flow, who would be further assisting clients and customers to imbibe the same within their organisations. With other services such as SharePoint, Microsoft 365 and Office 365 which already fall under the expert domain at Bitscape, UI Flow in Power Automate and Power Platform is the technology Bitscape supports and available for project and consulting based assignment with all our clients across world including USA, Canada, India, Australia and Europe.