This article describes how to use the Ranorex Studio IDE and the Ranorex API for test automation in your behavior-driven development (BDD) process. BDD requires a cognitive shift: instead of thinking about testing functions, you are now thinking about behaviors....
What kinds of tasks can be automated?
RPA is ideal for predictable, repeatable, and rule-based processes, especially those that have structured data inputs such as spreadsheets or database files. Examples of these processes include:
- Data entry, backup, and transfer
- Invoice and order processing
- New employee onboarding
- Inventory management
- Customer support and call center operations
- Credit card processing
- Claims administration
If you are already using Ranorex Studio for test automation, then applying it for robotic process automation is a great way to get extra value from your existing licenses. Ranorex Studio’s test automation tools can easily be applied to perform repetitive tasks 24/7. Ranorex is especially useful for automating workflows for legacy applications that may not have an API, or for third-party applications.
What resources are available to help me?
We’ve put together some resources to help you get started with process automation in Ranorex:
- Join the discussion in our new Robotic Process Automation user forum
- Check out the FAQs on our Robotic Process Automation page
- Watch our on-demand webinar below, or check out our complete series of webinars and how-to videos on our YouTube channel
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