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Thoughts on Gartner RPA Magic Quadrant. RPA is no magic silver bullet! By Eduardo Chiocconi


During the course of this month, Gartner published a new research (MQ) about Robotic Process Automation (aka: RPA). You can get this report directly from Gartner or get one of the approved distributed reprints from the RPA leads in the Magic Quadrant (UiPath, BluePrism, etc).

Gartner indeed warrants the RPA technology the merits of being the fastest growing technology in the last couple of years and I am a witness in first person of this fact. In the Integration space, RPA has been a true disruptor, where RPA is used to cover different use cases that I have covered in other posts [Value of RPA and Use Cases] as well as webinars with joint Partners like eAlliance and JOLT Technologies. RPA is indeed a true disruptor in the space. If you want to check a replay of one of the webinar place follow this link: [Webinar Replay].

As I read the full introduction report before the individual vendor analysis, I was also surprised with the amount of cautionary comments and concerns if RPA is not used in the proper context and scenarios. They do a very good job at covering attended and unattended RPA use cases and that the majority of the RPA projects are really about screen scraping. Read the complete article here.

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