RPA stands for Robotic Process Automation. Simply put, it involves automating repetitive and monotonous tasks through software scripts (the robots).
Without realizing it, a lot of time is wasted on repetitive activities. Often, these are administrative tasks that are necessary but time-consuming.
Everyone is familiar with situations where a colleague is doing the same tasks behind the computer day in and day out. Logging in, processing, and switching between different systems, mostly to transfer data from one system to another.
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A robot is not only intelligent, but its productivity is also enormous. It is your digital assistant that is available 24/7 to help you. Convenient.
RPA takes over tasks. Some tasks do not always give you the challenge and energy you seek in your work. It’s great that this work can be delegated to the robot! That way, you can focus on activities that matter and bring you more challenge.
You instruct a robot in advance on exactly what it needs to do. It never deviates from that. Imagine if you had to copy a large amount of data from one application to another. A typo can easily occur. Whereas with a robot, this never happens.
Applying RPA can be very successful. But how do you approach this in the smartest way? Which type of initiatives qualify best for a healthy business case? We would like to take you through best practices using cases and methodologies.
In Robotic Process Automation, the costs are often easy to assess. Thanks to the relatively low costs and quick Return on Investment, the investment is interesting for any company. We aim to achieve an ROI of three to six months. Additionally, costs, benefits, and ROI are clearly mapped out.
Robots are built using reusable components. This allows them to be quickly combined into new robots. Many organizations build a library of robots and robot parts. This way, you can reuse components you already have and save time.
A robot operates based on rules determined by the process controller and does not deviate from them. These rules are executed rapidly and flawlessly by the robot. As a result, the robot remains consistent and maintains the quality.
RPA ensures that the impact on existing applications is limited. Therefore, no modifications are required on existing processes and business applications. Sometimes, it may be chosen to make minimal adjustments to existing systems if it benefits the process.
Robotization enables more efficient work. It creates room for employees to embark on new tasks and allows them to focus more on core responsibilities and work that truly matters.
Before a process is automated, there is always an analysis and optimization phase of the current process. A win-win situation; optimization and automation take place in one go.
Interesting! We would be happy to look into whether RPA is the solution to your problem. Please fill out the digitalization request and we will contact you soon!