Service Automation Framework Alliance launches Robotic Process Automation Foundation (RPAF), a new product level for Service Automation Framework (SAF).

Amsterdam, Netherlands – 8 December 2022 – Service Automation Framework Alliance in partnership with APMG International launched a new product Robotic Process Automation Foundation (RPAF).

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) in summary is automating mundane, high-volume, repetitive back-office tasks or processes within an organisation by using a software bot. RPA is used in various industries including manufacturing, healthcare, retail, education, finance, oil and gas and the public sector. Regardless of company size, RPA is rising in popularity within the industry 4.0 revolution and business 3.0 concept to achieve business success.

Organisations that have adopted RPA reported having reduced operational costs by 25%, proven to reduce error by 62% in repetitive tasks and most importantly able to achieve a 200% return on investment. (McKinsey)

Gartner estimates that in 2022, almost 85% of large and international entities will invest in, quote: “some form of RPA”. RPA will achieve “near universal adoption” in the next 5 years.  (Deloitte Global RPA Survey)

With the rising popularity of RPA adoption, the RPAF course is introduced as a vendor-neutral, introduction to RPA concepts and technologies. Accredited by APMG International, the course is for anyone starting or leading an automation transformation program. Participants will gain comprehensive and practical knowledge that explains the fundamentals of RPA technology, as well as the workflow design aspects and techniques. The course covers practical guidance that will teach you how to set up bots that execute processes, and how your organization can set the first steps with the implementation of RPA.

To learn more about the course objective or about the Robotic Process Automation Foundation training visit the SAF website for more information or book an exam via the APMG Website.