How to Use PyRevit CLI to Run Python Scripts Without Opening Revit?

I’m currently working on automating some tasks using PyRevit CLI and the Revit API. My goal is to run Python scripts without actually opening the Revit GUI. Specifically, I’ve written a simple script to open an IFC file and save it as an RVT file. Here’s the script:

import clr
import math
clr.AddReference('RevitAPI')
clr.AddReference('RevitAPIUI')

from Autodesk.Revit.DB import *
from Autodesk.Revit.DB.Architecture import *
from Autodesk.Revit.DB.Analysis import *

app = __revit__.Application

ifc_doc = app.OpenIFCDocument('Room.ifc')
print("Open")
save_options = SaveAsOptions()
save_options.OverwriteExistingFile = True

ifc_doc.SaveAs('output_room.rvt', save_options)
print("Saved")

When I run this script with the command pyrevit run script.py "revitproject.rvt", Revit opens and closes again, displaying information about the execution ID, product, clone, engine, script, working directory, journal file, manifest file, and log file.

I’m looking for guidance on how to correctly use the PyRevit CLI to achieve my goal without the Revit GUI popping up. Are there any specific resources, documentation, or tutorials that could help with this?