CUSTOMER CASE | EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
Robots help with everyday tasks at LHKK
LHKK, the Southwest Häme Association of Education Municipalities in Finland, started using software robotics to increase job satisfaction by transferring monotonous tasks to robots. The association aims to be a pioneer in Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and plans to provide software robotics as part of their educational program soon.
LHKK strives to provide their students educational services that anticipate future needs and match the skills valued in working life. The use of software robotics is increasing at an accelerating pace and most Finnish organizations already use robotics.
In the beginning, software robotics was a new topic within the organization, and there was not much knowledge or internal expertise about RPA before.
LHKK set out to map companies specializing in software robotics. In 2020, Sisua Digital was selected as the organization’s first automation partner.
Using software robotics increases job satisfaction and saves working hours
Together LHKK and Sisua Digital built the first robot, which was named as Raisa the robot.
Raisa the Robot, illustrated by LHKK’s students
The robot alleviates LHKK’s employees’ daily workload by eliminating these routine checks. Students likewise benefit from the automation.
After completing the first automation project, LHKK wanted to develop a second automation and a new robot was built for the organization: Tunti-Timo.
Tunti-Timo, illustrated by LHKK’s students
The robot retrieves the working hours recorded by the employees, makes reports of them and saves them to the organization’s Teams channel.
Using the robot has also increased job satisfaction.
Learning about software robotics is an important part of LHKK's strategy
Developing the automations and co-operation with Sisua Digital has gone smoothly.
In addition to automation development, Sisua Digital has organized training for LHKK.
LHKK intends to further expand their automations and increase their internal competence so that software robotics can soon be taught in their educational institution.
LHKK also wants to continue to improve employee satisfaction by automating manual routine work.
Author: Paiju Koivula
What has been achieved
Benefits of automation
About the company
LHKK organizes secondary vocational training as well as other training such as market-based training or recruitment training. LHKK strives to meet the skills needed in working life by providing work-related educational services that anticipate future needs. The association has an annual student body of about 3,500 and employs about 150 people.
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