The world of #IT is constantly evolving. The moment you feel like you got it all understood, the structure changes. New inventions storm the marketplace. Different services gain advantages in various sectors and so on. And choosing a career in this ever-changing landscape is hard, so the answer to the question “Is RPA a good career choice?” relies solely upon you. But there are some skills that make for a promising career in #RPA!

Robotic Process Automation is the culmination of various complementary services.

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It seems simple when we look at RPA as automating simple repetitive tasks. But to achieve the end goal, a lot of processes have to be done and a lot of human expertise goes behind it.

And all the different services require a skill set unique to those services. So if you are keen on upskilling yourself while making a good amount of money. RPA is definitely a good choice. The need for educated personnel in the industry is increasing day by day so you never have to worry about landing a job.

The numerous job roles in demand globally for  RPA are RPA developer, RPA engineer, RPA technical lead, RPA Consultant, RPA senior analyst, RPA tester, RPA support, and so on and so forth.

All of the above-mentioned job roles come with a hefty paycheck also, so you can be sure of your financial security by working in RPA. All that being said, you need to have certain skills to work in the automation industry which we will take a look at in detail.

  • Business process management skills

Developers should have an understanding of company operations and workflow so as to implement automation practices. They also should have strategic planning abilities to map out goals for an RPA project. Sometimes automating existing workflows might not be enough, they would have to suggest modifications for current organizational processes which can only be done if the developer has impeccable analytical capabilities.

  • Data analytics skills

Data integration is another main part of RPA. The bots implemented for automation use data from an organization’s relational database and the most efficient way for them to access the data is through #SQL. So SQL knowledge for a developer is necessary.

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  • RPA platform skills

The knowledge of RPA platform tools like #blueprism and #uipath is an added advantage. These tools offer a low code, drag-and-drop functionality for building RPA bots.

  • Debugging, testing, and updating

The automated bots might not work as planned always. So the developers should have the problem-solving skills to find the bugs that might be in the code, script, or even the workflow process. The developer should also know how and why the internal system integrated with automated process updates might affect the automated process bots and what changes can be done to correct these updates.

  • Coding skills

Even though most of the RPA tools are low code, it will be effective if the developers know more about how the processing behind these tools works.

In the future, RPA will be integrated with machine learning techniques and they could work without much human intervention. This process is called intelligent automation. And to stay ahead in this industry, developers who want to be in this industry for the long term should also learn about machine learning and artificial intelligence techniques.

Working in companies oriented toward #automation and having a proven track record in consistent deployments and results can help you gain experience in the industry. 4Labs Technologies has been in the automation industry for years and working with us can give you a headstart in the robotics and process automation industry. Do reach out to us if you want to further your career in RPA!

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