RPA LIFECYCLE guide of UiPath & Automation Anywhere (RDLC)

Analyse, Build, Test, Launch, Support your Robotic Process Automation. RPA development lifecycle (SDLC) – Free Course

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What you’ll learn

  • UNDERSTAND how to go from identifying automation opportunities, through to developing, testing, launching and supporting them
  • KNOW about Robotic Process Automation (RPA) lifecycle; IDENTIFY, ANALYSE, DESIGN, BUILD, TEST, LAUNCH & SUPPORT

  • WATCH a demo of how a business analyst and a developer talk an RPA bot through the whole process

  • BUILD a process map using a process document to put a PDD together
  • CREATE A REPEATABLE PROCESS. Go from PROBLEM STATEMENT to DEPLOYED BOT and repeat
  • GET FAMILIAR WITH how to build, tested and debug bots on the UiPath and Automation Anywhere platforms
  • Downloadable resources FREE! (Automation catalogue, RIA kit worth £53, presentation slides, use cases, test cases, SDD)

Requirements

  • Good basic knowledge on RPA and the business analyst tools (take our other courses if you need to get up to speed)

Description

If you’re an RPA analyst, project manager or delivery manager you need to learn the complete RPA development lifecycle

Even as the Head of Automation you should understand what you team are doing, or ahould be doing so that you have a repeatable procesa to implement faster

Get full visibility on what happens once you the RPA analyst/project manager have passed the details over to the development team

GET UP TO SPEED

  • RPA analysis recap (get you to speed with RPA benefits, myths and challenges, and the RPA analyst position)

PROBLEM STATEMENT

  • Create the problem statement (Requirements and data gathering)

  • Collate a robust list of RPA opportunities

  • How to Map the process (using work instructions)

  • Writing a business case: what you need to include

  • The PDD (Process definition document): what you MUST include

  • How to create an L4/keystroke document (using work instructions)

ENGAGING WITH THE DEVELOPER

  • Managing the relationship

  • PDD clarification (is the developer 100% sure?)

  • SDD (solution design document)

  • WATCH the bot being built in UiPath (A quick look at the UiPath Studio)

  • WATCH bot building in Automation Anywhere (See how this differs)

TESTING

  • WATCH the bot being tested in Live (The UiPath and Automation Anywhere way)

  • UAT (user acceptance testing)

  • Create test cases and bug reports (Download examples)

  • Pass or Fail? Review the outputs

  • WATCH how the developer makes bug fixes

  • TEST IN LIVE (test and live can be different)

LAUNCH / SUPPORT

  • You did it! Get your bot signed off!!

  • Support bot when Ui changes (the biggest bot challenge)

  • CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT: enhance your RPA

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