Updated: Nov 19, 2021
Introduction of Robot Process Automation is suitable for all kinds of organizations, no matter the size of it, just look for repetitive processes. Usage of automation is most common in the production facilities, where they use robots to do recurring activities. Robotization and automation is useful also for business processes, where introduction of RPA helps employees to dedicate more time for the activities that creates more value and bigger profits to the company. This means that employees can spend more time for the content oriented activities and more creative works. Automation of certain processes can shorten time of those repeated activities that were before performed manually. RPA was firstly implemented in banking, insurance companies and similar financial institutions, where they execute recurring processes all the time. This way of working and thinking is becoming more and more interesting also for other companies that find their benefits in time optimization and positive financial impact. RPA can be easily implemented in accounting, finance reports and reporting – where procedures are repeated periodically. To name just a few examples of companies that have successfully introduced RPA are Siemens, Munich Re, Mitsubishi, Fujitsu and eBay.
This kind of business implementation is getting more and more important on a daily basis. Companies are forced to be responsive and adaptable to market changes very fast. Answers are to become more agile, flexible and innovative every day. In practice this means that they will have to dedicate more time and attention to key processes and also to automatize less important and easy processes. One of the advantages are also savings that could be easily measured. In this way we can precisely track performance and usage of internal resources.
With RPA we can easily regulate and follow automated processes, we can simplify them or speed them up. We can also reduce risks and errors that are normally caused by a human factor. This enables employees to perform the tasks that artificial intelligence can’t perform yet and at the same time we don’t burden them with unnecessary repeated processes.
If you are thinking to simplify and automate your business processes, our team of experts can help you to identify them and also to implement RPA.
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