Speed up your processes

Business Process Automation

What is Robotic Process Automation?

RPA differs from traditional software development by working at the actual user interface level, replicating the precise actions of a human user and in essence creating a digital workforce. RPA is the efficient intersection and design of business models, strategy, process, data, humans and robots.

  • RPA is part of the ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’ because of the comprehensive positive benefits it has created in multiple industries and business functions. 
  • Risk and control management are strengthened and customer advocacy, revenue and retention improved.
  • RPA software is a non-intrusive technology that doesn’t require an overhaul of your legacy systems and can be integrated into your current ERP and business applications with relative ease.

The benefits of Robotic Process Automation

Automate routine operations across your entire company and unlock your latent potential. Create structured workflows and enjoy better data quality eliminating human error and focusing on higher priority, value-added functions. Reduce costly implementations and increase efficiency.

Cost Reduction

With automation of repetitive manual processes, administrative costs are significantly reduced and the need for back-office resources is eliminated. The technology costs approximately one-third of an outsourced employee  and around 10% of an onsite employee.

Performance

Speed up your processes with Software Robots that are 5 times faster and improve production quality with error free operations. Process time is reduced by up to 90%.

Productivity

Automation works around the clock 24/7/365, freeing up your time. Put your work on autopilot Focus on value-add activities that enable you to go above and beyond customer expectations.

Efficiency

Personnel are freed up to focus on more valuable activities such as data interpretation, decision making support, customer service and business development.

Robotic process automation (RPA) is best suited to automate work processes that are manually-intensive, repetitive and susceptible to a large number of  human errors. These processes include: