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Foundation 23.2

RPA Designer offers numerous possibilities for structuring workflows to automate processes.

Well-engineered processes, however, do aim for more than just automation - they are designed to serve three general purposes:

  • Stability
  • Efficiency
  • Reusability

Since automation begins where humans no longer need to intervene, stable process designs represent the foundation for any RPA project.

Even though processing speed is consequently not the primary objective of an RPA project, processes should be developed efficiently. Efficiency refers on the one hand to processing time, and on the other hand to maintenance, since after a process has been developed, other people will work with the developed script.

To take advantage of the opportunity for significant synergy effects, the reusability of process flows should be considered from the outset during process design.

The fundamental characteristics of RPA Designer therefore lead to the need to define a standard that guides the user in the development of processes.

This document introduces the reader to the most efficient way to design processes in RPA Designer by providing a modulation standard.

It may not be possible to meet certain criteria of the offered standard during development. In such cases, it is necessary to document deviations as precisely as possible, so that others are still able to understand the process in detail.