I'm not sure what you mean. The RPA Console provides a PRPC instance where scheduling can be coded into the process (i.e. work would be assigned to the bots when it reaches specific times or whatever). Anything outside of that is on the developer to build. If you have any existing workflow tool that provides work, you might be able to automate it to have each bot request work. I guess I'd need to know more about your use case in order to assist further. You'll want to fully understand how the work gets done now. Ask, who assigns each person the work? How do they coordinate who works on what? Does the data required to complete the work come from multiple systems? What happens when they are done with the work? Do they need to report it anywhere?
If you are attempting to build an automation that operates as an RPA, then for the most part, you will use the RuntimeHost.AllProjectsStarted event from the Runtime tab on the Toolbox to kick-off your automations. There isn't any components or anything specific that we can provide that makes this easier, as we (Pega) would prefer you use the console whenever possible.
I would suggest you think about your process in at least four steps;
Login and Startup - Create a process that you execute when runtime starts that gets all of the applications up and running to ensure that you will be able to do the work. If any passwords are bad, then you can email someone and shut down since you are unable to do any work.
Get Work - This is a process that you'll return to after each work item. It will acquire a piece of work and all associated data needed to actually do the work. You'll want to handle having work, not having work, and any errors associated with getting work.
Do Work - This is the bulk of your automation where you take the work item and perform whatever is required on it. It will either succeed or fail. If it fails, you want to make sure you record it for human intervention, but also that your next wok item can have a chance to process successfully (i.e. if it stops in the middle somewhere, make sure your next automation is able to start from there and return to a known place to perform its task).
Complete Work - This is the wrap-up step where you'll either record that you have completed the work successfully or record an error and alert someone to do the work manually.