When to use RPA?
RPA is a perfect match for tasks like applications handling, feeding information to multiple systems, and anything that involves a lot of data intensive work repeatedly entered by specialists. In transformative situations, like integration, mergers, or outsourcing, a large part of the work can be replaced quickly and economically using RPA.
Software robots can also be implemented to postpone IT investments. In the case of integrating legacy IT systems, RPA can replace the need for time consuming and labour intensive work arounds that are required when multiple systems have been poorly integrated over years.
RPA can be a more inexpensive and quicker solution to the same problem. RPA’s competitive advantage comes from its light structure. You can implement RPA technology without changing existing systems. The high cost and operational impact related to reinventing badly integrated IT can be avoided. RPA works as a person would, creating a communication bridge between separate IT systems.
A software robot can meet the strictest security standards, since it doesn’t save any processed data. It is assigned with the same user rights as people carrying out the same task. Changes are not required to the applications in use.
Software robots can have the same benefit to productivity as outsourcing, but can maintain control of operations within your organization. Digital Workforce partners with industry-leading RPA technology companies Blue Prism® and UiPath.
By Blue Prism
Digital Workforce provides Blue Prism technology from the industrialised robot-as-a-service ecosystem using a private cloud-based provider and Azure. Blue Prism® is a pioneer and one of the leading global providers in Robotic Process Automation software. The strengths of Blue Prism® technology include scalability, reusability, lower maintenance requirements and native access to cognitive and AI services.
Digital Workforce provides UiPath technology from the industrialised robot-as-a-service ecosystem Azure. UiPath is the fastest growing RPA software company in the world. The strengths of UiPath technology include specific solutions for front-end automation, a free trial version and an open approach to RPA.