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What does RPA stand for?

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What does RPA stand for?

RPA is the short form of "Robotic Process Automation". RPA is a special kind of automation technique in which software robots perform a human's tasks. These tasks generally include repetitive, rule-based, and manual processes. The technique helps organizations automate their digital processes across various applications and systems without changing the existing systems or IT infrastructure.

Robotic: Set of codes that acts like a robot and mimic human actions.

Process: Sequence of steps that creates a meaningful activity is known as the process.

Automation: The process performed by software robots without human interaction.

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