Monday 25th March, 2019
Kofax has announced the availability of Kofax Robotic Process Automation (RPA) 10.4 the latest version of its RPA solution that now includes Automatic Process Discovery and Robotic Lifecycle Management with Git (an open source version-control system for tracking programing changes).
“Kofax RPA 10.4 enables enterprises to scale automation programs by providing their workforce with the ability to design a digital workforce of software robots, improve foundational strengths to their automation strategy, discover and collect data and content from multiple solutions and resources, create cross-functional reports and interface with ERP systems,” said Chris Huff, Chief Strategy Officer at Kofax.
Kofax delivers a broad set of AI with RPA to meet enterprise automation ambitions including cognitive document automation.
Automated Process Discovery
Automated Process Discovery records, maps and analyses targeted business processes, applications and actions – human interactions via the desktop and multiple internal and external business applications and reference sites. It also provides insight into existing processes and tasks and helps identify repetitive tasks that can be performed by RPA robots.
Robot Lifecycle Management
Integrated industry standard based on Git Version Control System (VCS) for managing enterprise RPA robot deployments from hundreds to thousands of RPA robots. VCS helps manage RPA robots, snippets, resources and schedules – while synchronizing between different source control repositories such as dev, test and production environments.
Cognitive Document Automation
Kofax RPA's cognitive document automation applies powerful, AI-based intelligence to learn and process unstructured document data. With machine learning analysis, Kofax takes the guesswork out of complex document processing and dynamically adapts to evolving data processes.
Kofax RPA customers benefit by having Document Automation, RPA and Process Orchestration in one product. Combine this capability with Kofax server-based architecture and it is no surprise that it has implemented and supports the largest RPA deployment in history and has more scaled RPA customers than any other vendor in the space.