Robotic Process Automation
Liberate your human employees' minds with RPA
What if menial tasks that normally take a lot of your employee's valuable time could be automated? Automation would allow your employees to focus their time and talents on more complex functions, thus increasing their impact on your business.
Robotic Process Automation, or RPA, introduces a new way of doing things – giving you the power to build, secure, and scale automated business processes, from legacy to modern, across the enterprise.
What is Robotic Process Automation?
According to Gartner, "Robotic process automation (RPA) is a productivity tool that allows a user to configure one or more scripts (which some vendors refer to as “bots”) to activate specific keystrokes in an automated fashion."
What can RPA do for my business?
Because the "bots" employed by RPA are mimicking a specific set of actions a human employee makes, the answer is; pretty much anything repetitive your employees can do.
This can include things like:
- Manipulating and transferring data
- Automated responses to inquiries
- Inputting data into a pre-defined system
What's the risk?
With our RPA configuration, there is little to no risk.
You have the power to "kill," or shut off, a bot at any time without impacting other systems. Think of it like turning off a light switch, when the bot is on, it's working. When you turn the light off, there's no more light.
How much money will RPA save me?
In truth, it depends. Odds are you have more to gain from RPA than you realize.
Essentially, with an RPA, your bots go to work reducing the time it takes to complete tasks that your employees are already doing.
- Do your employees have to do "side work" on top of their current work that slows them down?
- How much time could one employee spend working on important projects if they didn't spend that time doing menial tasks?
- What's the ROI of a fully engaged employee at your business?
Tagence can help you figure out how much time and money you can save by automating some of your processes with robots, allowing your employees to focus on the important stuff: your customers.