New age automation software for today's enterprise
What is Robotic Process Automation?
The process by which businesses can train robots or computer software to emulate and routine or repetitive responses generally given by employees into higher ROI and time efficacy. RPA utilizes the robots to perform tasks by interacting with digital systems to execute a business process just like humans do. Unlike humans, robots never sleep, perform regular error free tasks and cost a lot less than them.
Most repetitive human user actions are mimicked by the RPA robots as they log into applications, copy and paste data, move files and folders, fill in forms and extract structured and semi-structured data from documents.
Difference between RPA and other enterprise automation tools
Lesser cost of adoption and much faster ROI are the key contribution of a successful RPA integration. More so, among various digital technologies RPA is less intrusive and does not require to replace existing software applications and systems in place causing no or less disruption. With RPA, cost efficiency and compliance are no longer an operating cost but a byproduct of the automation.
An RPA software has the ability to adapt to changing environment, exceptions and new situations. It can be trained to capture and interpret the actions of specific processes in existing software. Later, it can on its own learn to manipulate data, self-correct, respond and initiate new actions and communicate with other systems autonomously.
Benefits of an effective RPA system
With the world going digital, IoT, Big Data, Digital Content Management and machine learning, Robotic Process Automation software robots offer added vantage points. These rule following applications do not get tired making no mistakes with compliance and consistency. Properly instructed and trained RPA robots lead to improved compliance with reliable execution of tasks and reduce risks.
Most importantly digital users have full control over their performance and existing regulations and standards can be easily applied and followed. It thus reduces processing costs and bring in positive return on investment. Employees find themselves free from engaging into unnecessary repetitive processes and focus on productive work instead relieving them from the rising pressure of work.
Scalability is another important advantage of adopting RPA by an organization. It is like having an army of employees (robots) equipped to dispose an overflow of transactions. An organization integrated with RPA can easily scale up and down based on processing loads. Robots can be trained in tens and thousands at the same time to give consistent performance crossing over the limitations of human effort. More so, an RPA generated data is free from subjectivity and human bias. Hence such data, when integrated with analytics tool, aids in exact insight and understanding for taking decisions in order to accomplish process targets and strategic goals.
RPA - Way Ahead
According to a global market insight report RPA market is expected to touch $5 Billion by 2024. The potential and curiosity behind RPA is reportedly driving its growth and future development process. Its capabilities not just to make tasks smoother, easier, flexible and efficient is to boost cost savings making it researchers and businesses most favorite point of interest
MORE FROM OUR BLOGS
Optimized data storage & accessibility with API-based integration for effective data management
Espire designed and implemented a solution architecture to build microservices based on API-led Integration layer for data flow among existing systems, the microservices-based architecture on the Mulesoft Integration Platform provided easy accessibility & reusability of data
Espires top 10 webinars for fy20 21 a win win for us our partners and customers
With FY20-21 in hindsight, in this blog, we share a list of Espire’s top 10 webinars from the past financial year that resulted in win-win for us, our partners and our clients!
Hyperautomation a practical solution for businesses in 2021 and beyond
The task of automating complex systems and processes, hitherto handled by humans, can still not be made possible by one single automation tool, the need is to bring together the different tools and technologies to create a synergy that can help you automate seamlessly, more rapidly and at scale. For this, hyperautomation fits the bill.
Is automation the new normal in the logistics and supply chain management
McKinsey in its report on automation in logistics anticipates that fully automated warehouses with autonomous vehicles patrolling the aisles will become a reality sooner. Logistic sector is poised to witness managers with Augmented Reality (AR) glasses to have complete visibility over the entire scale of operations and fluid co-ordination between human employees and robots for faster, responsive and efficient operations.
Automation now and beyond the new normal shift to intelligent automation
Intelligent automation has arrived as a solution for businesses not just to overcome the present turbulence created by the global pandemic but also to keep them future-ready and crisis proof. The business world is seeing the transformation of Robotic Process Automation into a more responsive, more intelligent and more agile intelligent automation.
Conversational ai an opportunity for brands to come closer to customers in next normal
The COVID-19 pandemic has however put all doubts to rest about the ROI of digital transformation. There has been a drastic increase in AI adoption across sectors - ranging from business operations, to production and employee engagement to collaboration, digital communication to conferences