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The failure rate of bots has long been unremittingly high. However, Pegasystems is challenging the statistics by unveiling its new solution, which is the industry's first self-healing robotic process automation (RPA) capability. The offering, called X-ray Vision, is able to detect and fix broken bots with no human intervention, making for a very exciting development in the RPA arena.
Here to tell us all about it is Francis Carden, VP, Digital Automation and Robotic at Pegasystems. Francis is joining us to give us an introduction to X-ray Vision, as well as to demonstrate the benefits self-healing RPA will bring to RPA users. Tune in to find out more!
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