What is RPA – Robotic Process Automation?
Manual tasks that are repetitive, turn out to be monotonous for humans, and become cumbersome for business processes. ProAutomate's RPA solutions are designed to perform like humans while performing digital-related tasks.
ProAutomate's RPA (Robotic Process Automation) solutions help automate business processes to achieve efficiencies in cost, agility, and competitiveness. ProAutomate's RP solutions offer a committed driving force towards enterprise-wide transformation by integrating RPA with technologies including AI (artificial intelligence), ML (machine learning), NLP (natural language processing), and knowledge-based systems including algorithms to achieve business efficiencies, cost optimizations, and quality improvements.
RPA Solutions from ProAutomate can be either configured on standalone desktop or cloud or on enterprise servers. RPA solutions work best on repeatable processes. Activities in RPA are “triggered” by a digital workforce or agent based on the predefined rules and conditions that are continuously monitored and managed by ProAutomate's IO (Intelligent Automation) team. ProAutomate's RPA ecosystem includes AI (artificial intelligence), data mining, machine learning, and intelligent-support handling. Delivering a perfect balance between risks and utility, and cost-efficiency for the value-gained, the process automation has been segmented into three types:
At the Total Control of the Personnel: Decide when to launch the digital worker.
Embedded Conditional Triggering: Define a 'window' with a need to launch the digital agent.
Auto-Run Upon Conditions Being Met: Define conditions for the trigger need to be met before the triggering happens automatically.
Data-Input In A Specific Field: Could be new transactions or choosing a certain selection to initiate data-processing.
Initiated Launching: There are variable outcomes for a process based on the data-input and is governed by programmatic.
Orchestrator/Workflow-Initiated: Workflow automation that can initiate or stop the digital agent.
Hybrid Automation Solutions is a mix of both a support-environment and a back-end environment offering the best of both are needed to make the processes more robust and efficient
Why RPA? - Considerations
Qualification of RPA Solutions
Given that as high as 30 – 50% of initial RPA projects fail, it is vital for business organizations planning to implement RPA to answer the following 2 basic questions
The first step is to deconstruct work into component tasks and segmented activities that are repetitive and can subsequently be automated. Doing so requires an awareness that work lies along the following continuum:
For implementing RPA, the sweet spot lies in the process that is repetitive, which is performed independently and is cognitive in nature. The next step is to perform analysis and provide an assessment on each individual task for qualifying it for RPA.
Typical benefits of RPA are:
Some of the other benefits are outlined in the depiction below: