Well what I’m talking about is that all existing interactions require running robot as a bridge between human and orchestrator.
The point is to allow users to start/dispatch robot on demand without having the studio/robot installed.
In my organization we have a lot of RPA processes where user is filling a form and the output serves as a transaction item. The form is used by 2k+ people and none of them has robot/studio installed. It’s easy to manage, but cumbersome for developing fast solutions, because it requires a 3rd party BPMS where robot has to look for a new item all the time.
I think about generating interactive web or application forms that could run Studio/Robot independently but able to power the Orchestrator with queue items through api.
This could be used directly by customers/employees/etc.