RPA using Power Automate Desktop Tool >> Changed our Automation Perspective from Complex code to Simple flows
Spreadsheets have a dominant way of managing multiple business processes.
Validating these spreadsheets data points manually is very hectic and automating them needs knowledge on scripting. Also automating spread sheet actions like handling excel popups ,clicking macro buttons etc., will require more efforts.
RPA Power Automate for desktop provides an extensive variety of Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet actions to help you read and manipulate Excel files. With this RPA ,we handled spreadsheet actions using simple flows with out complex scripts. Simple drag and drop flows changed our view from the usual mind juggling of code/scripting concepts to simple business actions. This indeed saved lot of time and efforts.
Outline/Structure of the Case Study
> Introduction and Problem Statement - 5 min
> Solution with RPA Power Automate Desktop - 10 min
> Benefits - 3 min
> Q&A - 2 min
Automate complex excel spread sheet activities in less time with no code concept.
Software Testing Professionals
Prerequisites for Attendees
No Pre-requisites required
schedule Submitted 8 months ago
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