Robotic Process Automation
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) software is a bot that enables us to create augmented versions of a worker to complete tasks on our behalf. RPA bots can carry out a range of repetitive tasks regardless of the front interface and we own complete control of both the process and data.
Across industries, from finance, IT, and marketing to HR, Real Estate, and Insurance, RPA Technology is automating routine work formerly done by humans. The impacts on organizations and business verticals has been transformative and disruptive, forcing companies to adapt. The fact that RPA does the automation at the user interface level regardless of the underlying software stack makes it a much better solution than traditional automation options. The RPA software is designed to automate high-volume, repetitive, and rule-based tasks in a secure, auditable, and reliable way.
The primary goal of RPA technology process is to replace simple clerical tasks performed by humans with a virtual workforce, saving organizations millions in costs over time. RPA does not require the development of code, nor does it require direct access to the code or database of the applications, making it the ideal approach for automation solutions.
There is a plethora of solutions that can be built using the existing AI/ML services. The picture below depicts a host of solutions which can be built.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is another powerful technology that helps in cognitive decision making throughout the workflow. Invisible Automation, the fusion of both AI and RPA helps us enable automation of the complete workflow along with data driven decision making.
We believe the number of software bots and ways they are applied will continue to increase, become more dynamic to complement human counterparts and improve unique processes. Invisible Automation is improving the human work condition by allowing us to handle more complex tasks that result in a higher quality product output. Many organizations have already felt the operational and productivity gains of RPA-based Automation and now need more functionality and complex rule application to increase performance capability and maintain a competitive edge. The answer to that demand lies in integrating AI with Automation to build a solution we call ‘Invisible Automation’.