Proven methods to modernize your RPA approach with Power Automate

Microsoft Power Automate is pleased to release the Business Leaders’ Guide to Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Migration whitepaper. Read this guide to help you evaluate your existing RPA landscape and develop a migration strategy that works.

Most legacy RPA solutions are siloed and difficult to scale. Selecting the new appropriate technology, identifying the processes to automate, and implementing with an optimal architecture can pose new challenges. The whitepaper addresses these and provides various approaches to successfully migrate from existing RPA platforms to new modern ones, such as Microsoft Power Automate for desktop.

Written in partnership with Cognizant, the whitepaper strives to provide a guide in choosing the new RPA platform to migrate towards. The whitepaper focuses on the approach and methodology to use for migration, which can be applied to any RPA platform you choose to migrate towards. While this whitepaper is targeted at customers exploring migration, it can also help customers with a net-new RPA implementation.

The core objective of this document is to help a technology leader undertake an RPA migration project successfully. It also provides reasons to deliberate ‘Why’ and ‘When’ to consider switching to more advanced RPA platforms. More importantly, it provides a comprehensive toolkit on ‘How’ to proceed once you establish the need to migrate and choose your new platform. The RPA migration toolkit section of this whitepaper explains the factors to consider when migrating. A few best practices are also presented to ensure your migration journey is successful.

This whitepaper is targeted toward automation technology leaders responsible for driving enterprise level automations, optimizations, and savings for businesses.

Check out the following downloadable whitepaper: Business Leaders’ Guide to Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Migration.

In the RPA Migration toolkit section, you’ll also find various packaged tools and services available to pick based on your migration approach. These are both Microsoft and third-party tools that can help you optimize your migration to Power Automate.

Additionally, if you do not see your migration tool or service need met here, we have a limited private preview SDK available for your RPA implementation partner. The SDK can be extended to build a migration tool for your very own needs. Your RPA partner-of-choice must be an active Microsoft Partner Network (MPN) member and must be versed with Power Automate for desktop.

We’ll continue to blog about best practices and new features, so check the blog frequently for the latest updates.

Happy migrating!