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LEAPWORK talks RPA on the TestGuild Automation Podcast

As more people are looking into ways to introduce automation in their organizations, the TestGuild Podcast invites LEAPWORK’s Senior Product Evangelist, Sune Engsig, to discuss all things RPA.

TestGuild by Joe Colantonio is a leading authority in the realm of software testing. Not only his podcasts are a success, but also his blog and online conferences help people around the globe succeed with software testing. The TestGuild Automation Podcast guides individuals and organizations through the world of test automation with the help of the most inspiring and successful automation thought leaders.

In the latest episode of the podcast, Sune and Joe discuss the current state of Robotic Process Automation (RPA). Sune explains when and how RPA should be implemented as he guides you towards the path of automation success through use cases and productivity tips. Moreover, in light of LEAPWORK’s no-code manifesto, Sune and Joe also discuss the role of no-code automation in the test automation and RPA world, and its implications.

Tune in to the podcast here.

If you'd like to gain more knowledge on software testing and learn about the key ingredients for successful automation, Sune expands on the topic in our podcast, Decoding Automation. Here he explains how governance, stable automation, and having an 'automation-first mindset' are key requirements for successful and scalable automation.

 

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