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Agile for RPA: To Be or Not To Be [Part 3]

In Part 1 of this series, we have discussed the basics of Agile and some misconceptions around it. In Part 2 , we dug deeper into the Agile Iceberg and understood what it means for RPA. In this final part, I will aim to bring all of this full circle to answer our original premise:...

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Agile for RPA: To Be or Not To Be [Part 2]

In the previous article , we discussed the basics of Agile and some misconceptions. Now I would like to introduce the Agile Iceberg to you. Why Iceberg you ask? Well, icebergs have an interesting pattern to them – approximately 10% of iceberg is above the surface of water...

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Agile for RPA: To Be or Not To Be [Part 1]

The Agile Manifesto has been around for almost 20 years now. Methodologies like Scrum, Kanban, XP etc. have been in practice for much longer. Robotic Process Automation (RPA) technology has been around since 2000s. Despite this, Agile for RPA remains somewhere between skepticism and mysticism. ...