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2019 is over, and it had a lot of exciting beginnings, future-defining events, and sharp changes. While we are gearing up for 2020, let’s remember what we accomplished in the past year.
In the interest of making Automation Academy more welcoming for newcomers, we are adjusting some learning paths and courses in automation training.
To start using an RPA tool can be quite tricky for new users, especially if you haven't had any experience with this type of software before.
As you’re reading this, 2019, the year we started this blog, is over. We’ve shared a lot of knowledge with you about Intelligent Automation and RPA, and we hope to continue doing so in 2020.
The choice of various courses where you can learn automation is plentiful. But being a busy person, you probably don’t have a lot of time to devote to studying.
How can you choose the correct use case when you have no prior experience with automation?
With the recent development of SAP automation tools that don’t require any coding skills, SAP automation has stopped being a prerogative of RPA developers and is now available to business users.
If you work in tech, the odds are high that you’ve heard the phrase “eat your own dog food.” But if you haven’t, don’t worry — it should not be taken literally.
Worldwide, Microsoft Excel is the most popular spreadsheet software used in offices.