Whether you like it or not, Robotic workers are only increasing their work within business organizations. Robotic workers don't need breaks, they can run all day, every day with simple computing resources. Today, most robotic workers run on the cloud on using many different manifestations, some run based on events, some run as child processes, and some even run as Azure web jobs. We discuss the impact Robotic workers have on processes below.
FlowWright engines deploy robotic worker processes that perform work on many different aspects of FlowWright. As example: they perform work on workflow instances, forms, events, connectors and etc. FlowWright let's you configure when to launch these robotic processes happens as well as designation of the number of robotic workers to launch. The default count is 5 robotic processes. If the environment has good resources, then the number of robotic worker processes can be increased to any number. High performance user environments can launch up to 50 robotic worker processes to perform work.
Since robotic worker processes run within their own environment/application domain, they are able to perform the work and exit the operating system process, giving all used resources back to the operating system. If one of these robotic processes crash while processing, the other processes that need work to be done are not affected so work can continue. Since these robotic processes are executing in parallel, FlowWright is able to process a lot of work.
If your organization wants to become efficient, by using FlowWright to automate your processes you can accomplish more. Take a basic user example: an employee comes to work and needs to run financial reports to analyze data every week for the marketing meeting; this use case would be better if the employee had deployed a robotic processes to run the report before they came to work. The financial reports would've been ready for review upon arrival.
How do you become efficient with the same 24 hours a day? Through automating processes across multiple systems. Our customers use robotic workers to perform tedious tasks, such as data collection, generating reports and many others. Learn how to build smart processes that are able to think and make decisions.
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