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Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

It’s time to give your employees a break from legacy systems and mundane tasks and give them an opportunity to be more productive and creative.

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Can you imagine the state of your organizational performance if your employees' time, energy, and creativity were focused on strategy, product development, managing customer expectations, continuous improvement, and finding new ways to grow the business versus wasting time on repetitive, mundane, and non-revenue generating tasks?

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What can RPA do for me?

RPA mirrors the actions of a human while performing the business process or task, and it does so more efficiently than humans – with better quality, scalability, and speed without the need to get up and stretch or take a coffee break.

Which processes are ideal RPA candidates?

RPA is software that is easily programmed or instructed by end-users to perform tasks that are

  • High Volume

  • Time Consuming

  • Repeatable

  • Rules-Based

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RPA can not only transform and streamline the workflow in the organization, but it will also lead to better scalability and flexibility.

The robots can be configured to integrate seamlessly into any system and report their progress constantly so that you can monitor their performance and improve the process or system as required. Below are some of the core business processes that can benefit from RPA.

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Invoice Processing

Sending and receiving invoices is one of the basic operations of all organizations irrespective of their industry or business size. RPA can be configured to automatically process invoices when they are received. You can have the software automate the data, reconcile errors, and work out certain decisions that are required throughout the invoice processing. This reduces the need for human effort while making it simpler to keep track of all the invoices.

Sales operations are another crucial part of all businesses, which usually includes repeated tasks like data entries to the CRM and accounting systems. RPA can be used to perform these activities and automate jobs like sales order entry and invoicing. This will help you to manage the database in a more organized way while easing the complications involved in the time-consuming tasks. This, in turn, will help to improve customer experience with quick generation of sales orders.

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Sales Orders

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ERP Data Entry

Entering data into the ERP system can be very time-consuming and may even require the back-office staff to spend an entire day on it. Manually entering the data can also lead to human errors, which can affect the overall workflow of the business. With RPA, you can automate the entire ERP data entry process, be it data collection, logging, processing, updating, or validating the records. This will not just reduce the transaction times to maximize productivity, but also help to minimize errors.

Automation in the HR department has great scope to make the system and processes more efficient. RPA tools can help to find the employee details quickly and precisely, which can be a time-sensitive process. Automation will also help to replace paper processes with e-forms and online applications, which in turn will facilitate your digital transformation journey. RPA robots can also be used to manage attendance, leave authorization, timesheets, and more.

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Human Resources

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Payroll Management

Calculating the payroll is a routine job of the HR department, which follows the same rule-based formulas and calculations every month. This makes it easier to integrate RPA solutions for payroll management and minimizes the time and effort involved in the manual process. Automation will also make it easier to handle big volumes of data entry and ensure consistency across multiple systems. You can also automate paycheck generation and manage other payroll-related transactions without any inaccuracies.

The company mailroom may not require much human effort, but it is an important back-office process, which can often be inefficient if not managed properly. By integrating RPA solutions to the mailroom, you can digitalize the process completely and automate every task involved, be it collecting the incoming mails to delivering them to the user devices. Automation also makes it simpler to analyze and sort the mails for further processing and distribution.

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Intelligent Automation and Robotic Process Automation are increasingly becoming a norm for streamlining the digital transformation journey across industries and companies worldwide. RPA covers a wide range of enterprise processes and works to deliver powerful outcomes.

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