IM+io Fachmagazin, Ausgabe 4/ 2023

From Manual to Marvelous
RPA and Low-Code in Process Automation

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Figure 1: The 4 layer architecture of modern low-code platforms

Figure 2: Evaluation of business processes for the implementation via RPA or low-code based on frequency of execution and complexity as criteria