Pros and Cons
Of Implementing RPA On-Premise vs RPAaaS
- Security Must be in compliance with federal and global privacy laws. Easy integration with third-party security solution providers
- Deployment time Faster to implement Slower than RPAaaS
- Access Simplifies access and user account setup Follows organization policies for authorization
- IT dependency Less IT dependency Requires more IT time to setup
- Maintenance Automatically done by vendor Relies on an in-house IT team
of RPA as a Service
Some common challenges when dealing with RPA center around data and security issues.
That is why it’s essential to select a company with the highest security standards in compliance with federal and global privacy laws.
Working with RPA as a Service means that a third party can see and edit client and employee data or other data necessary to implement automations.
Several data privacy regulations strictly audit third-party providers’ credentials and permissions, including CCPA and GDPR. Some businesses also leverage homomorphic encryption, enabling them to manipulate data and all subsequent transactions securely.
Down-time issues are another challenge that major cloud-based RPA servers face. Even though no RPAaaS providers cannot promise no-downtime, they take preventive measures to keep things running smoothly.
Which Processes Can Be Automated Using RPA - Top Use Cases
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What Is the Definition of RPAaaS?
2. Is SaaS and RPAaaS the Same?
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