DXC Technology RPA Technical Architect in Wrocław, Poland

The BPS RPA Technical Architect is responsible for the technical design of the Architecture, Configuration Templates, development, deployment and optimization of business processes in support of Shared Services and mission critical outsourcing initiatives for external customers.The BPS RPA Technical Architect has a wide experience in varied technologies such as Web Technologies (J2EE, .NET etc.), desktop applications (Windows, Java), integration technologies and other platforms. The BPS RPA Technical architect works closely with the process architect to define the potential for automation for a particular process. Should possesses knowledge of the automation product, understands the client IT landscape, confirms the feasibility of the automation for the processes in scope, and defines the technical architecture needed to develop, test and deploy the automation components. A professional at this position level within DXC BPS has the following responsibilities: Identifies, assesses and solves complex business problems for area of responsibility, where analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth evaluation of variable factors. Closely follows the strategic direction set by senior management when establishing near term goals. Interacts with senior management at a client and/or within DXC BPS on matters where they may need to gain acceptance on an alternate approach. Has some latitude in decision-making. Acts independently to determine methods and procedures on new assignments. Decisions have a major day to day impact on area of responsibility. Manages large - medium sized teams and/or work efforts (if in an individual contributor role) at a client or within DXC BPS.ResponsibilitiesSupport Pre-sale activities and provide technical solutions, effort estimation, define delivery strategy and plan Evaluate RPA tools and provide recommendations Assess automation opportunity from technical perspective and perform due diligence to arrive at an optimal solution. Define the technical framework considering all relevant artifacts including, Security Method of access (internal client network , internet, local access) User Authentication (SSO, central LDAP, individual log in) IT Security and/or Audit Policies which impact the robot deployment User Authorization Processes, it’s lead times & request processApplication landscape Applications requiring fat client, any client installation to access, or require individual logins to access Technical impacts of applications using OCR or Adobe Flash Technical impacts of applications accessed behind Citrix.Hosting & Environments Hosting Locations and Hosting provider (Internal / 3rd party) Availability of test system by application Availability of “production like” test data within test applications Consistency of test data between applications Performance & Availability Performance of key applications in the process that could limit the average handling time of the automation System availability & timings Anticipate, identify, track and resolve technical issues and risks affecting delivery Assist development team in resolving technical problems Assist Support teams to resolve issues Coordinate and participate in structured peer reviews and walkthroughs