All about integration.
Wouldn’t it be great if your most used applications “talked” to each other?
It’s become the norm to assume that each of your applications exist in a vacuum and don’t work together. Your employees get used to manually bringing data from one application to the next, frustrated at how much time and resources it wastes.
Enter Robotic Process Automation.
The word “robot” might conjure images of a physical bot sitting at a desk, doing work for you. As fun as that may sound, RPA is so much smarter than that. Our system is a highly innovative automation solution that allows you to pull data from one application and push it into another. Your process becomes more efficient, and your employees focus less on manual data entry.
What is Robotic Process Automation (RPA)?
Robotic process automation (RPA) refers to software that can be easily programmed to do basic tasks across applications typically done by your employees. The software robot can be taught a workflow with multiple steps and applications, such as taking received forms, sending a receipt message, checking the form for completeness, filing the form in a folder and updating a spreadsheet with the name of the form, the date filed, and so on. It isn’t designed to replace your employees, it’s built to free them from repetitive tasks that would otherwise take them away from completing more meaningful work.
What can RPA do?
Our clients use RPA in three important parts of their businesses. The first one is that it can complete routine keystroke operations such as opening emails and attachments, copying and pasting data, moving files and folders and filling in forms.
The second is that RPA can run application interface allowing it to report statistics and log into enterprise applications. Lastly, RPA can collect and manipulate data, allowing them to perform actions such as extracting structured data from documents, connecting to systems APIs, reading and writing databases, merging data from multiple places, data calculations, and scraping data from the web. Processes that were typically completed by employees can be completed by the robot, freeing them up for other, more important tasks.
Best of all, a functioning RPA never gets sick. It operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, further improving your performance and maintaining a high quality of work and virtually eliminating human error.