Automate your rule-based processes to get the job done faster and with greater accuracy. Repetitive processes that interact with other applications in a predictable fashion are fitting candidates for robot-led automation. Let us help you identify automation opportunities in your business processes.
Automate Repetitive Tasks
Replace human operators with bots to perform monotonous jobs. Built to mimic human behavior, software bots can tackle high-volume, repetitive tasks faster, increasing the speed of delivery. Your employees can focus on higher-value activities.
Extend with Cognitive Technologies
Incorporating machine learning, speech recognition, and similar cognitive technologies, software robots can be empowered to perform higher order tasks requiring judgment. When combined with powerful analytics, cognitive RPA can deliver greater customer satisfaction.
Benefits of Robotic Process Automation (RPA)
Saves timeSoftware bots can work 24/7 without rest. Thus, you can extend your service coverage and improve turnaround time.
Boosts efficiencyWith bots taking over rote jobs, you can move knowledge workers to value-added functions.
Improves accuracyBots eliminate the possibility of errors and discrepancies associated with manual effort.
Improves complianceAutomation solutions make it possible to track every step and ensure compliance with regulations and standard operating procedures.
Increases scalability of operationsAutomation makes it easy to scale operations without additional resources or cost.
Enhances serviceThe time, cost, and quality benefits of RPA cumulatively contribute to the overall improvement of service.
Software bots can work 24/7 without rest. Thus, you can extend your service coverage and improve turnaround time.
With bots taking over rote jobs, you can move knowledge workers to value-added functions.
Bots eliminate the possibility of errors and discrepancies associated with manual effort.
Automation solutions make it possible to track every step and ensure compliance with regulations and standard operating procedures.
Increases scalability of operations
Automation makes it easy to scale operations without additional resources or cost.
The time, cost, and quality benefits of RPA cumulatively contribute to the overall improvement of service.
RPA Service at QBurst
As your RPA partner, we can build automation solutions customized for your specific need. We can also help you implement robotic automation using any of the leading RPA platforms. Our RPA experience covers a range of process and desktop automation including:
Data entryAdvertising optimizationWeb scraping
Vetting and compliance managementError detection in printingRobotic board games
Vetting and compliance management
Error detection in printing
Robotic board games
How RPA Solutions Work
With only surface-level automation, RPA is often considered a cost-effective alternative to enterprise application integration (EAI). RPA tools interact with legacy systems in a non-invasive manner. They access applications through the user interface just like human operators and can be deployed without disruption to the core platform.
Many RPA platforms record the actions of the business user and generate executable scripts to carry out the same action. Alternatively, some provide graphical tools to create bots that can be used by business users and software developers alike.
From on-demand software bots to cognitive bots that can improve processes on their own, Automation Anywhere presents a sophisticated RPA platform integrated with real-time analytical capabilities.
UiPath is an easy-to-code tool built with a flexible architecture to allow integration with cognitive services from Microsoft, Google, and the like. A simple drag-and-drop interface makes it easy to work with.
Pioneers in robotic process automation, Blue Prism is best suited for automating repetitive back office tasks and integrating with MS Office suite, SAP, databases, and other web applications.
Implementing RPA in Your Enterprise—GIADA Approach
Successful robotic automation requires careful planning and implementation. Your RPA journey should begin with a study of the various processes in your organization. The exercise helps to capture undocumented processes and build a knowledge repository.
Once the processes to be automated are identified, process and automation experts can come together to determine the degree of automation possible. Some processes may need to be redesigned to maximize automation opportunities. The goal is to map the As-Is process flow to a To-Be workflow, which has minimum manual intervention and maximum automation.
With an automation model customized to your needs, we can start implementing your RPA solution. At QBurst, we follow an agile methodology with short sprints and rigorous testing to enable speedy and high-quality delivery. A pilot project is often deployed and the learnings used to improve the final deployment. Monitoring and studying the results can help optimize the automation to produce better results.
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Q1. What processes are best suited for robotic automation?
Identifying the right processes is the first step towards a successful RPA implementation. Here are the common characteristics that help to pick jobs for automation:
Repetitive and consistent
Robotic automation can be applied to rote tasks that follow defined steps. The tasks are recurrent and do not deviate from the set pattern, making them easy for robots to perform.
High-volume and time-consuming
Back-office tasks that require a lot of time investment due to its sheer volume warrant automation, no doubt.
Q2. Should we go with RPA or BPM?
The short answer is it does not have to be an “either-or” case. Robotic process automation, like BPM, is one of the multiples tools for enterprise automation. During the investigative phase, you might identify many processes that can benefit from automation. There could be processes that need to be re-engineered before automating to produce maximum efficiency.
Q3. Is RPA for small enterprises?
Absolutely! Small businesses focus on keeping operations lean with limited staff. While technology can seem like a huge investment, robotic process automation allows small businesses to scale up and compete with bigger enterprises at a fraction of the cost associated with hiring new employees.
Q4. What are the benefits of RPA implementation?
Scalability and enhanced quality with reduction in cost are the most significant results of robotic automation. Other long-term outcomes include:
Bots taking on mundane tasks frees up human intelligence for more creative and value-added activities. Employees feel more appreciated and productive.
RPA provides a lot of data about its processes. A business can use that information to improve workflows for efficiency.