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Robotic Process Automation

What is RPA or Robotic Process Automation?

RPA stands for Robotic Process Automation and involves using digital robots and software to execute common business tasks usually performed by a human worker.

Bots can be programmed to open web pages and applications, complete keystrokes, navigate systems, and identify and extract data the same way a person would, but with greater speed and accuracy.

Processes that are rule-based with discrete steps are fantastic candidates for RPA. Some examples are processing invoices, sending receipts, emailing notifications, onboarding new clients, and voiding checks—all of which are repetitious, high-volume, and manual.

How Can RPA Help
My Business?

Increase Operational Efficiency
Organizations typically see a 150% increase in ROI in the first year.

Stay in Compliance
Over 50% of RPA users rely on it to eliminate manual errors and comply with regulatory standards.

Faster Resolutions for Your Team and Clients
RPA helps resolve customer issues quickly and serves HR and IT teams with routine processes.

RPA aims to remove mundane tasks from an employee’s day so that they can focus on contributing high-value work to their organization. By freeing time from tedious and time-consuming tasks, teams can prioritize valuable work.

Broadly, RPA enables organizations to work faster, accurately, and more efficiently.

Not sure which processes you can automate with RPA?

You can rapidly implement RPA to accelerate your business’ digital transformation. Any business process that involves accessing legacy systems that lack APIs, databases, internal and external programs, apps, or cloud tools can benefit from process automation technology.

Is RPA a Good Fit for
My Organization?

If you are looking to maximize efficiency and keep costs as low as possible while maintaining high levels of security, then RPA is a good fit for your business.

Some technical details about RPA and OpenBots Automation:

Faster implementation that is low-code, no-code

OpenBots provides drag and drop technology to automate processes.

Integrate with existing infrastructure

OpenBots can integrate with any system respective of the technology you currently have.

Business elasticity

RPA uses bots that can complete tasks 24/7 and do so accurately. These digital workers help organizations become elastic, able to handle sudden spikes or shifts in work volume.

What Companies
Use RPA?

All kinds of industries can benefit from robotic process automation. Financial services, manufacturing, retail, healthcare, legal, education, and others have implemented RPA in various ways.

JP Morgan Chase, Citi Group, Walmart, and other institutions have widely adopted RPA for essential business processes.

Frequently Asked Questions?

  • 1. What is RPA software?
    RPA or Robotic Process Automation is the use of virtual robots (digital employees) to automate basic, repetitive business tasks. The virtual bots are able to execute desktop tasks exactly as a human would by navigating through internal systems, applications, and webpages. The difference is that the bots can compete the tasks faster than humans and with no mistakes, saving organizations time and resources. Some examples of processes that can be automated with RPA include processing invoices, sending a receipt messages or letters, on-boarding new clients or employees, voiding checks, and other recurring, workflow tasks.
  • 2. What are the main benefits of RPA?
    The main benefits of RPA are the reduced costs, increased efficiency, scalability, improved customer satisfaction, and employee retention.
  • 3. How can you get trained and certified in RPA?
    Many RPA Platforms have a training course that teaches the fundamentals of process automation. OpenBots offers a course on both RPA best practices and a certification course for automation business analysts and RPA developers. You can start the course and certified in the free OpenBots Academy.