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Latest revision as of 18:45, 14 January 2022


thumb text-top Pega Robotic Process Automation™ (RPA) design patterns share tips and tricks to help Pega Robot Studio developers successfully create and implement Pega RPA automations.

Use Pega Robotic Automation to create robots that distribute information between unrelated software systems and automate tedious manual work and repetitive tasks. Use Pega Robot Manager™ to manage the robots in your bot-force. You can control how attended and unattended robots are configured and the work they can perform.

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