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What is RPA

or Robotic Process Automation?

RPA stands for Robotic Process Automation and it is defined as executing business processes with digital robots, systems, and software by emulating human actions.

Robotic Process Automation

Bots can be program to understand what’s on screen, complete keystrokes, navigate systems, identify data, and extract data the same way a human employee would just more accurately and at a faster pace.

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 that do not require more than a procedural decision.

How To Publish
Your RPA With OpenBots?

Create an OpenBot
Account
Download OpenBots Studio and
build a bot
Publish the bot to the
Cloud Server

How can RPA help
my business?

Increase Your ROI

Increase Your ROI

Global Executives saw their ROI increase by 150% the first year.

Stay in Compliance

Stay in Compliance

Over 50% of RPA users say it eliminates manual errors and helps meet compliance standards.

Faster Turnaround for your clients

Faster Turnaround for your clients

RPA can match workload peaks and respond to big demand spikes keeping your clients happier and resolving their issues and helping them quicker.

RPA eliminates tedious tasks, freeing corporate workers to focus on higher value work. Overall, with RPA, organizations can complete more work and more easily manage sudden shifts in workload volumes.

You can rapidly implement RPA to accelerate your business’ digital transformation to see results in a few short weeks. Not sure what RPA can automate? RPA is a software that can be applied in any industry and any department. Workflows that involve legacy systems that lack APIs, databases, internal and external programs, apps, the cloud, any process that involves these and more can benefit from process automation technology.

How do I know
RPA is a good fit for me and 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

Faster implementation that is low-code, no-code

OpenBots provides drag and drop technology to automate processes.

Integrate with existing infrastructure

Integrate with existing infrastructure

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

Business Readiness

Business Readiness

With RPA you have more time to prepare for any flux in work volumes and sudden shifts in in-office workforce or work-from-home scenarios, all while preventing errors. making faster turn arounds for your clients, and improving the efficiency of your processes. Bots can complete jobs at any time; they are digital employees, they do not need office space, holiday time off, sick-days, or even 9-5 regular working hours.

What companies are using
RPA?

Industries from all kinds of industries can benefit from process automation. Financial services, manufacturing, retail, healthcare, legal, education and others have implemented RPA in various areas of their organizations.

JP Morgan Chase, Citi Group, Walmart and other institutions have been very vocal about their automation efforts and have been widely adapting RPA as a main function of their operations.

RPA
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.

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