RPA is our Optimization Enabler. It is the use of a software ‘robot’ (a program) that replicates the actions of a human being interacting with the user interface of a computer system.
The Institute for Robotic Process Automation (IRPA) defines RPA as the application of technology. This technology allows employees in a company to configure computer software or a robot to capture and interpret the existing applications for processing a transaction, manipulating data, triggering responses and communicating with other digital systems.
This technology allows employees in a company to configure computer software or a robot to capture and interpret the existing applications for processing a transaction, manipulating data, triggering responses and communicating with other digital systems.
How Does It Work?
A client needs specialized (free or licensed) robotic software. ExpertGroup helps with obtaining such software and then assists in developing robots. Robots deliver repetitive, deterministic, high-volume tasks efficiently e.g. data entry, comparison, aggregations and calculations, rule-based processing etc.
What are the benefits of RPA?
Software Robotic Automation provides significant benefits for cost reduction and service improvement. RPA streamlines workflows, which makes organizations more profitable, flexible, and responsive.
It also increases employee satisfaction, engagement, and productivity by removing mundane tasks from their workdays.
RPA is noninvasive and can be rapidly implemented to accelerate digital transformation.
Where RPA can be used?
Today, RPA is driving new efficiencies and freeing people from repetitive tedium across a broad swath of industries and processes. Enterprises in industries ranging from financial services to healthcare to manufacturing to the public sector to retail and far beyond have implemented RPA in areas as diverse as finance, compliance, legal, customer service, operations, and IT. And that’s just for starters.
RPA has become so widespread because it is broadly applicable. Virtually any high-volume, business-rules-driven, repeatable process is a great candidate for automation—and increasingly so are cognitive processes that require higher-order AI skills.