I see you're wanting more lock in.
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Oracle is making a pitch against the intrusion of RPA and workflow software vendors that have climbed into its back yard with a slew of new features in core products. Big Red's plan is to leapfrog the RPA vendors that have successfully dug a growing market for themselves in enterprise applications, according to Juergen Lindner …
You beat me to it.
As soon as I started reading the article I thought "OUCH" to the license fees. Oooooh they are gonna be sweet. Problem is though those costs usually cost us humans our jobs.
I've nothing against automation, its part of our working future, but after having experience with 'BluePrism' I aint convinced. £30,000 ,internal business costs, to automate the loading of a spreadsheet, which was not locked down i.e. users could change the format (they regularly did). Ping you have an email......BluePrism alert.......spreadsheet load has failed.....surprise F*cking surprise (haha).
$$££Kerrching££$$ for the Big Red I think!
You're expected to be deliberatly reading an IT focused news website and be familiar with common abbreviations and acronyms
(IT here stands for a new industry known to some as Information Technology)
Give the journo a break, are you telling me you've never missed an entry out of your "abbreviations", or "acronyms" table, which you have in all your documentation?
If you like, you could use some Robotic Process Automation to look up abbreviations in websites which don't list them, or post a comment signalling your displeasure on related comments sections..... wait a minute....