As your business starts to automate processes you’ve probably encountered the terms “front-of-glass” and “back-of-glass,” which refer to different ways to approach automation. What do they mean? And, even more importantly, what do they mean for your organization?
Basically, front-of-glass takes care of things like website data scraping, running Microsoft Access reports, anything where you see a cursor moving on the screen. Back-of-glass can run SQL queries and send results to a spreadsheet, send files via FTP, monitor inboxes and process attachments, anything that takes places behind the screen.
Join Pat Cameron and Richard Schoen as they unpack what each term means and the problems each approach solves. They’ll talk through:
- Benefits and challenges of both approaches
- Strategies for when to use each
- Some real-life examples
- How Automate can work its magic front-of-glass or back-of-glass
Register to save your spot!