NEW YORK, June 16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- IRPA (The Institute for Robotic Process Automation), an independent professional association and knowledge forum for the robotic process automation (RPA) industry, today announced it has written a definitive eBook, "Introduction to Robotic Process Automation - A Primer" in conjunction with Carnegie Mellon University. RPA is a powerful and controversial game changer, yet many still struggle to understand what it is, how it works and differs from traditional automation. This eBook addresses these issues, providing concrete examples of RPA's impact on enterprise IT, HR and the outsourcing industries.
"The word 'work' is being redefined for millions of people," said Frank Casale, Founder and CEO of IRPA. "Robotic Process Automation will dramatically impact life, business and the global economy. To stay ahead of the curve, we must be informed. This eBook helps educate the market of the changes we can expect and the unique capabilities and advantages that RPA brings over previous technologies."
"RPA is already shaking up the IT industry as we know it," said Phil Fersht, CEO HfS. "IRPA's RPA primer is a must read as enterprises need to wrap their heads around the impact RPA will have on businesses in the next few years."
"Introduction to Robotic Process Automation - A Primer" covers the following topics:
- Beyond Pressing a Button: The Automation of Automation
- From Transactional to Analytical: The Upsides of Robotic Process Automation
- The End of Outsourcing? The Call for a New Synergy
- Welcome to the Future: Robotic Process Automation Is Here to Stay
- Revving to Go: Roadmap to RPA Success
- What to Take Away from RPA
The Institute for Robotic Process Automation (IRPA) is an independent professional association and knowledge forum for the buyers, sellers, influencers and analysts of robotic process automation. Our network and advisory services offer leading- edge market intelligence, industry research, best practices, and alliance-building opportunities for stakeholders across service industry functions. To learn more please visit www.irpanetwork.com.
SOURCE The Institute for Robotic Process Automation (IRPA)