What is RPA - Robotic Process Automation?

RPA is software technology that allows automating routine-based tasks in business processes

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RPA boosts efficiency in your business processes

RPA (Robotic Process Automation) enables automating repetitive, manual and routine-based tasks in business processes. Automating business processes with RPA-methodology requires a fraction of time, money and effort compared to traditional IT-project development.

What are the benefits of RPA?

Higher productivity, efficiency and cost savings

Better quality and minimized risks

Employees can focus on more valuable work

Better customer experience

Quick to implement and easy to scale

Data security and traceability

RPA offers solutions for different industries and functions

With our extensive industry expertise and deep understanding of business processes, we identify bottlenecks and problems in your company’s workflows. This is how we find processes that are really worth automating and that will have a real impact on your business.

RPA is a versatile tool for process automation

Software robots can operate in the background or assist people in certain areas. They can also manage one or more processes or tasks and they may be trained to prioritize selected tasks. Software robots can be trained in weeks by recording human execution.

 

ROBOTS CAN OPERATE

Once a year

Once a month

Once a week

Each night

Continously

As requested

ROBOTS CAN USE

MS Office

WWW

Email

Internal & external system

Cloud services

And more

ROBOTS ARE APPLIED

To help with repetitive and mundane work

To do work left undone or do work that could not otherwise be done

To operate new services and opportunities

Software robots act like virtual assistants who free up your employees' time from monotonous routine work to more valuable tasks

What kind of processes are good use cases for RPA?

Software robots can be taught to use the systems your organization applies. They can be trained to use several systems such as accounting systems, ERP, data storage, Power BI or CRM – and they can switch between the applications. Software robots can be implemented within a few weeks or months and they usually pay themselves back within a year. 

1. REPORTING

Robot produces routine reports from multiple sources and finds mistakes.

2. LEADING BY DATA

Robot produces novel information from turnaround times and amount of mistakes.

 

3. INFORMATION PREPROCESSING

Robot joins and enriches the content of different information sources.

4. APPLICATION PROCESSING

Robot checks applications and returns those with errors or faults.

5. MOVING INFORMATION IN BUSINESS PROCESSES

Robot moves information between different business process systems and shares data to multiple systems.

6. SAVING INFORMATION

Robot moves data to various locations

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