4th May


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Also it shouldn't be underestimated how hard it is to upgrade these systems so a "stop gap" can be many years. For example where I live in Australia, there are government organisations that rely on software built decades ago and such systems are at the core of what they do. The fact they haven't yet got round to modernising these tells you something about how…

The other think to consider is that even though there might be relatively few of these legacy systems, they are concentrated in the largest organisations. These organisations currently employ a lot of people to operate them. My impression is Blue Prism is charged on a per seat basis so the number of legacy systems is not important in terms of the size of the market…

Yes it probably is a stop gap. It works well as such because of ease and speed of deployment and it sits over the top rather than being deeply embedded so can be easily removed when it is no longer needed.However, it is very flexible and I am not convinced that all the potential uses for RPA will get solved with better solutions any time…

Yes as I said before direct integration is a better solution but this often isn't as cost effective as you say. I do agree there are question marks about the longevity of this technology which is why I sold when the price started to factor in too much of the future. There are potentially interesting applications for using RPA as a platform for AI.…

You might want to also look at Automation Anywhere. They are the major competitor and already have more than 500 large clients so are ahead of Blue Prism in this regard. It seems unlikely that so many reputable large companies would get caught out buying into a solution that is nothing more than "hype" but it is possible I suppose.

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