Robotic Process Automation
What is Who can benefit from
Robotic Process Automation?
Robotic Process Automation (RPA), a new form of process automation, or robotization, offers its users the option of having individual sections or even entire processes executed by software.
The so-called „robots“ are customized programs that work independently on company computers and within the desired applications after programming, just as an employee would.
What are the capability
and possible application of RPA?
We make RPA a helping tool for your business to automate its processes. With our training and workshops, you can not only identify automation potentials in your company and analyze your process landscape but also execute the automation with your internal workforce.
Capability and possible application of RPA
The robots are not limited to individual applications or data types. They can:
- act on existing user interfaces
- read independently
- interpret and evaluate data
- send e-mails
- create evaluations
- and much more
Thanks to the structured and consistent approach, RPA is particularly suitable for:
- data-intensive processes
- rule-based and frequently recurring tasks in companies that previously had to be processed manually by employees
- relieving employees of monotonous work and thereby increase their focus on value-adding tasks
- significantly accelerating process execution times
- ensuring consistent and maximum error-free processing
- guaranteeing 24/7 availability
- amortisation within the first year in most cases
Take a Closer Look at RPA
… work directly on specifically provided computer systems or those of employees. Their actions are triggered either by the employee himself or by previously defined „triggers“, such as the receipt of an e-mail. They are particularly well suited for everyday support of employees and for processing individual process steps.
… run on corporate servers and therefore do not need a separate computer. Via the server, they can selectively switch to required resources or work in virtual machines. Their sequence can take place in the background without any special observation, which is why they are particularly suitable for frequently or constantly running processes which do not require any human intervention.
… is usually done via RPA software manufacturers‘ own systems, such as the UiPath Orchestrator. The highly scalable applications are mostly browser- or cloud-based, allowing constant control of the robots without special equipment. Within the software, you can track current processes, specifically control robots or generate evaluations.
What are the advantages of RPA?
What are the advantages of RPA?
time spent by employees on monotonous tasks80%
paid activities that can be executed by RPA45%
reduced costs compared to offshore workers66%
expected annual growth in the RPA market till 202060%
by working on existing systems without interfaces.
through scalable manpower and increased focus on value creation.
through predefined, consistent working methods.
through consistent availability and operational readiness.
through software-driven input and faster actions.
by greatly reduced costs compared to other software solutions.