Free your workers' time and potential with RPA solutions

Does your company use RPA (Robotic Process Automation) solutions in its daily work? If not yet, in this post you will find out why you should. At the very beginning, let's emphasize that a robot performs tedious and repetitive tasks with no symptoms of fatigue, discouragement, or burnout. Not only that - it can work 24/7/365 (!), it doesn't get sick, it does not take days off, it is always available ...

A robot is an almost perfect support that will reduce the risk of error by more than 90% - focus on efficiency today and reduce the processing time of the process over five times! It works 24/7/365 (!), does not get sick, does not take holidays, he is always available... A robot is an almost perfect support that will reduce the risk of error by more than 90% - focus on efficiency today and reduce the processing time of the process over five times!

RPA - what does it mean?

We should think of RPA solutions as we think of hiring an employee. This new team member will handle repetitive activities within the company. A robot-assistant… sounds surprising? In fact, it is a simple solution that is often practiced by many companies

RPA - is it worth it?

A properly programmed robot not only imitates human work but also provides the company with many benefits. When implementing RPA, we employ an assistant to our team who can work non-stop and relieve the burden of many repetitive activities - thus the robot becomes a benefit both for the company and for individuals. So where in the structures of our company should we locate competencies related to automation - closer to business or closer to technology? Regardless of where we place them, we must remember that:

  • For such a team to work efficiently and robotization to bring the most benefits, the team should include employees involved in both business and IT.
  • As robotization shifts, the burden from technology to understanding how work gets done, the team's soft skills are as important - if not more important - than hard programming.

And what about robots taking over people... can the robotization of work threaten us? Not at all! RPA is a technology created by people for people and its purpose is to make our work easier, more efficient, and more effective. We should adopt RPA technology to our company without any worries.

So is it worth getting into RPA projects? It is worth it to do, and to do it with certainty - especially when assisted by experienced experts! The entry was prepared based on video materials from the Customer Day 2020 conference