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How Universal RPA Design Standards Can Change the Future of Automation

Eliminate Proprietary Vendor Lock-In

Eliminate Proprietary Vendor Lock-In

With a set of universal, RPA Design Standards, each bot in your digital workforce wouldn't be tied to the proprietary process automation details that each RPA platform uses. Bots in one platform could be run in any other; just like a PDF can be made and opened anywhere.

Separate Design & Implementation

Separate Design & Implementation

RPA Design Standards would empower the citizen developer. Business stakeholders could design the automation and hand it off for precise development because there would be no need to understand any particular platform's technical details.

Empower & Accelerate Digital Transformation

Empower & Accelerate Digital Transformations

With stalled automation pipelines eliminated and the entire RPA market at their disposal, organizations can get back to fulfilling their bottom line—maximizing the ROI of their automation initiatives and rapidly accelerating their digital transformations.

What Are Universal RPA Design Standards?

At the moment, all the tools along the automation value chain are speaking a different language without any translators. A bot designed in one platform can't be exported and run in another because each tool describes and specifies process automation details differently. The result is zero portability and interoperability that leads to stalled automation pipelines and the inability to scale.

RPA Design Standards are a universal, core structure for automation that would allow bots to be designed once and run in any RPA platform. This level of portability would unlock the entire RPA market. 

Why a Lack of RPA Design Standards Negatively Impacts RPA Programs

Without universal RPA design standards, automation teams will continue to struggle with stalled pipelines and vendor lock-in.

The lack of portability and interoperability that are by-products of no common automation format means RPA programs must continue the labor-intensive effort of transcribing captured processes into a target RPA tool.

An RPA ecosystem without portability also means that organizations can only switch RPA providers if they're willing to spend the time and money to rebuild their entire digital workforce from scratch - an endeavor so expensive that it's a non-starter.  

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Universal RPA Design Standards

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Making the Case for RPA Standards

Because of the RPA market’s quick and rapid growth, RPA design standards currently do not exist. But to understand what can potentially be gained by establishing a set of common design standards for RPA, one needs to look no further than the Portable Document Format, otherwise known as the PDF.

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Establishing a Gold Standard for RPA

The time is right for the market to come together and establish a core structure for automation. Such a measure would serve to keep RPA on its upward trajectory and directly address the most damaging consequences created by a lack of automation-design standards.

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The 3 Ways a Lack of RPA Standards Impacts All RPA Programs 

As of today, the absence of well-defined, common specifications for automation continues to cast a heavy shadow over the entire automation market. We even ran a poll to gauge if this was something the market needed, and according to the results, the need is definitely real.

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Blueprint enables a universal RPA Design Standard

Blueprint’s Enterprise Automation Suite has bi-lateral integrations with all the major RPA platforms. Blueprint ingests bots from all leading RPA tools and then converts them into a universal format, the Digital Blueprint. 

Digital Blueprints are compatible with all RPA platforms and act as a digital reference for all your bots—cataloging and centralizing all your automated processes in one place.

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Once in Blueprint's Enterprise Automation Suite, your automated processes can be further optimized to maximize RPA uptime and drive higher returns. 

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