In the last few years, Robotics Process Automation (RPA) has opened a new dimension for organizations to automate their business processes by using individual software entities such as bots. The global RPA market size is expected to reach $11 billion by 2027, expanding at a CAGR of 34% from 2020 to 2027 (Grand View Research).
As many organizations adopt RPA in their business processes, demand for skilled business analysts with deep insights into RPA is also increasing exponentially. Our ‘RPA Business Analysis’ training program is an extension of conventional business analysis which requires the expertise of a conventional business analyst with RPA skillset.
This training program caters to someone who has basic knowledge of Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) and well-versed with business analysis fundamentals. This course is most suited for the following roles.
The RPA Business Analyst is an individual who analyzes business process, optimizes it, and helps to automate either entirely or partially. The RPA Business Analyst will function as an integrator between business and technology to create solutions for customers based on business requirements.
In the last few years, Robotics Process Automation (RPA) discipline has taken the business and technology world by storm, opening a totally new dimension and venue for organizations to automate either their entire or part of business processes by using individual software entities such as bots a.k.a virtual worker.
Despite being a relatively new concept, global RPA market size is expected to reach $11 billion by 2027, expanding at a CAGR of 34% from 2020 to 2027 (Grand View Research).
As per Gartner, 72% of the organizations will adopt RPA and was classified as the fasters growing corporate software.
As per Gartner, RPA Market Forecast to Grow at Double-Digit Rates Through 2024 Despite Economic Pressures from COVID-19
Global robotic process automation (RPA) software revenue reached $1.89 billion in 2021, an increase of 19.5% from 2020, according to the latest forecast from Gartner, Inc. Despite economic pressures caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the RPA market is still expected to grow at double-digit rates through 2024.
As more and more organizations adopt RPA in their business processes, demand for skilled business analysts, with deep insights into RPA, is also increasing exponentially.
Short answer is you don’t need to learn a programming language to become an RPA Business Analyst. RPA is built based on a low-code/no-code model. Means, with a little bit of tech-savvy mindset, you will be able to configure the RPA tool. But, this role expects you to be comfortable looking at algorithms and coding structure/elements. Good news is that anybody can learn this with training and mentoring.
While the main goal of this training is to train a candidate for an RPA Business Analyst role, it will also help a candidate to clear UiPath Certified RPA Associate (UiRPA), offered by uipath. Please read more on that by clicking on https://academy.uipath.com/certification
Absolutely yes. We can help you transition into an RPA Business Analyst role irrespective of your past experience, knowledge or skills. As long as you have (a) decent communication skills (b) reasonable logical reasoning skills and (c) basic understanding of computers, we guarantee that you will be transformed into an RPA Business Analyst role equipped with all the required knowledge, skills and expertise.
[Please Note: If you do not have basic knowledge of business analysis, please talk to the training coordinator and we will guide you on how to proceed further]
Total cost of our training program is 1500 USD + 5.3% Sales Tax, which includes study material, training tools, access to the Learning Management System (LMS), three certifications, resume preparation, cover letter, LinkedIn profile, mock interview preparation, placement, and post-placement support.
Yes. You will be required to use industry-standard tools, which are usually used by an RPA Business Analyst around the world. However, there is no additional cost for using these tools. [Please Note: Instructor reserves the right to make changes to the suite of tools depending on the current industry demand]
In our RPA Business Analyst training, we use more than 12 industry-standard tools. Please see the following
Tools for RPA Business Analyst
Yes. Our RPA Business Analyst program is recognized by IIBA and you can also claim 35 PDUs/CDUs.
No. Currently, we are not a registered education provider for PMI. However, you can still earn 35 PDUs/CDUs in case you plan to take any of the PMI’s certification or want to maintain an existing one. Skillcubator will provide you with all the required documentation, which needs to be submitted to PMI to claim the PDUs/CDUs.
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