IBM Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Scalability

AnimeshJain
Head of Process Innovation and Robotic Automation at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Just from an IT perspective, increasing the number of bots or reducing the number of bots on demand is a click of a button. It's as simple as that. But from a business perspective, scalability takes a different meaning altogether because they want the same kind of bot to do a variety of different use cases. The key comes out in terms of design. At our company, one of the key things that we do regarding bots is to lay out the governance structure and always think from a microservices architecture perspective. Once it is from a microservice architecture perspective from the business side as well, it just looks like Lego blocks. You just combine them together and complete the use case and it becomes more scalable. View full review »
Luis Benitez
VP, Digital Workplace Strategy at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
So far we've built 10 robots, so we haven't scaled it to the 100s, but from what I've seen on the architecture diagrams, and how we're building it, it seems like it's going to be scalable. View full review »
ClientEx1562
User at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
As for scalability, we are starting with a very small footprint. We will explore and see how it performs when it is scaled. View full review »
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Luis Enrique
Director at a consultancy with 10,001+ employees
It's scalable. View full review »
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