This course is designed for learners who learners who wish to increase the level of productivity using automation of digitized repetitive tasks by learning and applying RPA. RPA situations can range from as basic as sending an email with an automatic response to installing thousands of bots, each trained to automate operations in an ERP system. RPA is suitable for all levels of users and does not necessitate coding experience. The software used in conjunction with this course is UiPath. UiPath is a leading Robotic Process Automation vendor providing a complete software platform
to help organizations efficiently automate business processes.
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This module will give a brief historical evaluation and introduction to RPA.
You will also understand when and why to choose RPA and detailed view of
working of Robotic Process Automation and its implementation.
In this module, you will understand how to deal and work with variables and
arguments in UiPath, and the concepts involved.
In this module, the learners will understand that UiPath provides an
automated workflow design, which can be used without programming
In this module, the learners will understand the recording function of the
application. The recording function enables the user to capture user’s action
on the screen and translate them into sequences.
In this module, the learners will understand how to use the data scraping
function of the software application. Data and screen scraping allows the
user to save a lot of time to automate certain business process.
In this module, the learners will be exposed to a brief introduction to Excel, PDF and Email Automation.
Power Automate is an enterprise system that allows us to integrate and synchronize all our data analysis and applications in an automated way, with the aim of increasing productivity and business efficiency.
Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) is the programming language of Excel (and other Office programs), which specifically allows you to automate your repetitive tasks in Excel. VBA combined with Microsoft Excel is probably the most powerful tool available to you.
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