Volume 15, Number 1

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Towards Automation Testing


Rohit Khankhoje, Independent Researcher Avon, USA


In the rapidly evolving realm of software development, Robotic Process Automation (RPA) has emerged as a pivotal technology that holds the potential to redefine the landscape of automation testing. This scholarly article delves into the integration of RPA within the realm of automation testing, elucidating its capacity to augment efficiency and precision. The primary aim of this investigation is to evaluate the efficacy of RPA tools in automating repetitive and time-consuming testing procedures that have traditionally been conducted by human testers. Through a comparative analysis of diverse RPA tools and a series of empirical case studies, we substantiate how RPA can substantially diminish manual exertion while concurrently expanding coverage and dependability in test scenarios. Our findings reveal that RPA, when effectively implemented, not only expedites the testing cycle but also contributes to the production of more robust and dependable software products. The article concludes by deliberating on the broader implications of these findings for the field of software testing, with an emphasis on the necessity for organizations to adapt to RPA-driven methodologies. This scholarly investigation lays the groundwork for future research endeavors aimed at optimizing RPA strategies and their integration with other emerging technologies in the realm of automation testing.


Robotic process automation, Test Automation, Quality Assurance, Testing.