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Redefining Robotic Process Automation for Host-Based Applications

Redefining Robotic Process Automation for Host-Based Applications

Content by Rocket Software

Optimize user efficiency by turning repetitive tasks into automated routines

To stay ahead of the competition, you need to be faster and more efficient. Robotic Process Automation (RPA) 
can turn repetitive, manual tasks into automated routines that run in a fraction of the time they take today, at 
lower cost and with improved accuracy. Unfortunately, many RPA solutions are too brittle to meet the changing 
needs of modern organizations.

Join us to learn how Rocket's modernization solutions can address the shortcomings of RPA to transform 
host-based logic into APIs that link directly into RPA tools. You can turn older green screen applications into 
building blocks for new revenue-generating activities and improve customer experience while streamlining operations.

Learn how to:
  • Improve employee productivity with automated routines
  • Orchestrate multiple green-screen-based applications to create efficient workflows
  • Simplify reuse of legacy applications for faster delivery of new digital experiences
Featured Speakers:

Dan Magid
Vice President, Modernization Solutions

Rocket Software

Jason Bloomberg


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