Pega Robotic Process Automation Valuable Features

reviewer1380450
President at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
I guess the most valuable thing that we get from using robotics is part of the process of using robots. Sometimes robotic solutions are limited. You can only do so much. But there is benefit in that. For example, sometimes people want robots, but what they really need are better workflows. I think what we get out of a Pega solution is that we look hard at improving workflows as a practice. Then on top of that, we get automation through the use of robots. It just makes everything more efficient even if it is not completely automated. What I have seen in the industry more often than not is that people just want a robot to do something for them. They think they know what they need but they might not really look at what problems they are trying to solve. In other words, they do not want to know what is going on, they just want a robot to do whatever some task is for them. I can ask them what they are trying to do, but they are sold on their idea and not understanding what other things are out there that would do a better job of solving their issues. Sometimes clients want me to do things that robots do not do. Like one person wanted a robot to scan something like a million documents. I do not have a robot to do that. I am getting challenged by people who just want a robot and they do not want ideas. I think they might want to consider that maybe robots are not leading the solution and solving the bigger issue, but they doing other things. Robots are not the ultimate solution for everything. View full review »
Joe Karlovich
Senior Business Automation Support Developer at TIAABANK
The most valuable aspect for myself was access to the .net framework. If I couldn't figure something out using the objects that they had provided, I could bring in the .net objects and do so using similar logic that I would in a .net or C sharp coding language. Having that familiarity was helpful. View full review »
reviewer1137633
RPA Lead Architect at a tech vendor with 201-500 employees
The most valuable features are the loops to lookup tables to read the data. As it is a Java-based website, there have been several trial and error runs to get the exact match rules. We develop a normal web adaptor, not an unusual web adaptor. Another feature that we like is the configuration tables. View full review »
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MadhuChaliyan
Sr Architect at Cognizant
Pega Robotics offers all the required features to build end-to-end process automation like any other similar tools. It's unique development style using data line and control flow line makes it easy to debug through the flow. Separating fine-grained processes into Activities make it design reusable components and easily do plug and play. Another useful feature in the suite is Workforce Intelligence for CRM. This is using Robotic automation and AI to understand how sales and services agents work so that you can identify top performers and plan optimization. View full review »
Ahmed Emad
Senior RPA Engineer at BBI-Consultancy
The most valuable feature is the user Interface. You can create a user interface that can interact with a human being for attended robots and that will optimize, for example, customer service processes by simplifying the desktop and the screens they need to use from different systems. View full review »
reviewer1273176
Senior Manager - Business Excellence at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
The solution's ability to create adapters quickly is its most valuable feature. View full review »
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