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Engage our RPA Business Analyst to do an overall assessment of your business processes and let you know potential gains to be achieved.

Our BA will asses:

  • Whether your organization is spending resources on repetitive tasks?
  • Are your FTEs spending their effort on standard unproductive tasks?
  • Is your business process rules-driven and repeatable yet error-prone?
  • Is it that to process high volume of repetitive task you need to increase FTEs or make them work long hours?
  • Can your processes be handled by an AI powered robot who can work tirelessly 24×7?
No. A software robot can be developed and configured once and then can be deployed any number of times at any location.
RPA robots and their activities can be logged and recorded through which you can gain insights into performance with real time data analytics.
RPA robots are non intrusive in nature and they work in tandem with the existing infrastructure. The RPA robots do not disrupt the underlying systems which if replaces can cause a lot of difficulty and cost. RPA enables organizations to automate at a fraction of the cost and time previously incurred by traditional IT solutions.
There are case studies to prove that benefit of RPA can be realized as soon as 4 to 6 months. In some cases the time for a business process is reduced by 80% with error rates reduced to 0%. The manual effort can be reduced to as low as 5%. A good instance of automation is for an HR service provider processing 3000 sick leaves a month can benefit quickly with integrating RPA robots to process those leave applictions.
RPA integration is a journey and should not be considered as a project. RPA’s full potential can be realized at the end of a consistent integration process. If you consider integrating RPA for immediate cost cutting for your business processes and to increase accuracy, you may not reap fully matured benefits of RPA. You can create business value and competitive advantage by implementing a long term RPA strategy.
Various RPA team roles are
RPA Business Analyst
RPA Solution Architect
RPA Developer
RPA Infrastructure Engineer
RPA Supervisor
RPA Service Support
RPA Sponsor
RPA Change Manager

RPA team Roles and Terminology. Know more about our RPA Center Of Excellence (CoE)

RPA or Robotic Process Automation is a fast growing technology that helps enterprises automate their robotic processes leveraging the benefits of modern technologies like NLP and AI. It is best adapted when you can understand some commonly used terms. There are various roles in the Robotic operating team that need to be nurtured and understood in your enterprise Center of Excellence (CoE).

RPA BA: RPA Business Analyst is the subject matter expert who works closely in business operations. A BA is responsible for creating process definitions and process maps for automation.

RPA Solution Architect: An RPA solution architect defines the architecture of the RPA solution and makes sure it is implemented end-to-end properly. A solution architect assists in development and implementation phases.

RPA Developer: An RPA developer is in charge of designing, developing and testing the automation workflows and follows the architecture laid by the RPA solution architect. The developer works side by side with the BA and documents process details and assists in implementing and testing the solution.

RPA Infrastructure Engineer: An RPA infrastructure engineer is responsible for and in-charge of the infrastructure support for the server installations and troubleshooting. Infrastructure engineer leads the infrastructure workshops during the implementation phase.

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