Automation insights and productivity tips from LEAPWORK.
Have you ever started evaluating an automation tool and wondered if you are taking the right approach?
Have you ever wondered if RPA and test automation are the same?
Test automation and RPA are similar in some ways. Both disciplines are about automating processes that are repetitive, costly, time-consuming and error-prone. However, there are significant differences between the two.
What motivates someone to write a manifesto? And why is it necessary to create one in the world of automation?
Even though HR departments are made by people for people, what if I told you that robots can help HR become more human?
Usually, in this blog, we tend to look at the LEAPWORK Automation Platform from a user perspective. We talk about how to automate different kinds of work processes and we also give you a few tips and tricks every now and then. However, we’ve recently made some changes to the core engine, so we thought it would be interesting to look into the engine room for a change. Buckle up because we’re about to get a little technical.
Data migration efforts in enterprises are often done manually - or not at all, because it's too risky. Learn how UI automation can help solve some of your data migration issues.
In thousands of enterprises, ServiceNow is the beating heart of daily operations. If something breaks, it will have effects across the business. The problem is, testing ServiceNow is a real time sink, which puts the platform’s agility at risk.
The 2018.1 Release of the LEAPWORK Automation Platform introduces a new Controller – the software that, among other things, stores all the data used in automation flows. With the new Controller, LEAPWORK users can ensure that their data storage in relation to test and process automation is GDPR compliant.
IT projects are multidimensional and difficult to perceive. How do you test a project with potentially infinite dimensions?
Both Test Automation and RPA are here to take over repetitive and boring tasks; but how are they different?
In any organization, every single day, a myriad of processes and tasks are performed in and between desktop applications.
LEAPWORK is a great match for automating ServiceNow. In this article, we show one example of how to do that, using dynamic forms and fields from an Excel sheet.
The size and complexity of Salesforce means that many repeatable tasks are performed manually by sales reps, marketeers and managers over and over every day. In a medium-sized company, it's not unusual to have manual workflows that take hundreds of hours to perform daily, which could (and quite possibly, should) be automated.
Driving automation in LEAPWORK with pre-defined data from an Excel file is easy with the Read Excel block. But sometimes you need more real-time access.