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Robotic Process Automation


DID YOU KNOW?

  • Out of every 100 steps, a human is likely to make 10 errors, even when carrying out somewhat redundant work.
  • Twenty-two percent of the average employee's time is spent on repetitive tasks.

Increase Business Processing efficiency through Robotic Process Automation

Every enterprise organization is under immense pressure to improve all aspects of its operations, yet many still rely on manual tasks for vital business processes, such as collecting, reviewing and inputting information between enterprise systems, websites and portals. These repetitive, remedial tasks require your employees to log in and out of multiple systems, copying and pasting data between different sources and formats, and manually apply rules and checks along the way.

Labor- and time-intensive manual tasks are a serious drain on productivity and operational performance. And, in addition to being mind-numbing work, manual tasks are also notably inefficient and inaccurate, especially when compared to the predictability of automated work processes. Manual tasks that rely on hiring more staff hinder scalability, slow down business growth, and take a significant toll on the day-to-day operations of your business.

The good news is that new approaches and emerging technologies, such as Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and Process Intelligence (PI), are helping business leaders to confront these challenges head-on.

RPA and PI are transforming the way organizations operate, innovate and grow their business. From streamlining workflows to identifying bottlenecks and eliminating manual, repetitive tasks, these cutting-edge technologies are turning small shifts into big results. And, as many organizations struggle with visibility into their processes and pinpointing where inefficiencies lie, these technologies are quickly establishing an important foothold in the business landscape.

What is Robotic Process Automation?

The Institute for Robotic Process Automation defined it as: "The application of technology that allows employees in a company to configure computer software or a 'robot' to capture and interpret existing applications for processing a transaction, manipulating data, triggering responses and communicating with other digital systems."

What is Process Intelligence?

Process Intelligence (PI) extends Business Intelligence (BI) to help an organization understand what is really happening within the context of its processes. PI links data obtained through systems of records and separate process management environments to specific steps for an end-to-end view of entire business processes. This powerful combination of data provides the insight necessary for everyone in the organization to understand how well processes - and more importantly, the operations they represent - are working.

Contact Image Access and let's discuss how RPA can:

  • Rid your organization of manual minefields and information silos
  • Free your workers to focus on knowledge work rather than manual, repetitive tasks
  • Identify potential pitfalls and anomalies before they materialize
  • Uncover dark processes and process optimization opportunities