Robotic Process Automation

Some of your business processes demand complex judgement and creativity from your team. For your processes that do not, Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is a solution that frees up your staff to focus on other higher-value activities. The goal of RPA is to handle repetitive business processes like granting access, daily reporting, and data entry with automated robots that make zero mistakes. These robots can improve efficiency for even the most trivial tasks that otherwise consume significant staff resources when performed multiple times per day across an entire enterprise.

Keep processes optimized even as goals evolve

To win in a fast moving business environment, you need to consider where and how your processes fit into your enterprise’s overall goals today – and where and how they will do so tomorrow.

For support towards your current goals, you can rely on Lingaro’s deep experience automating SAP and custom applications alongside our technical expertise to with RPA-focused tools like Blue Prism, UIPath, and WorkFusion.

And to achieve your future goals – whatever they may be – you can count on Lingaro’s broad business know-how, streamlined decision-making, and advanced data synthesis capabilities to design robotic activity that integrates with almost any enterprise system. Fast.

Identify, define, and standardize processes

Robots can run your business processes only after they have been discretely identified as a unique component of your day-to-day operations, defined within appropriate parameters, and standardized with your other automated processes. Ensuring that your business processes meet all these conditions requires a human touch. Ideally from a team – like Lingaro’s – that can learn, understand, and communicate around your strategic business goals as well as your technology systems.

Make process execution stable, cost-efficient, and error-free

Robots can run routine processes related to a wide range of business functions — including reporting, accounting, finance, and more – 24/7 without any of the boredom or fatigue that typically lead to human errors. For example, robots can scan an email message and enter data based on its content, analyze data from different systems and send a resulting report via email, or validate system data and flag anomalies therein. When automated, such processes require less staff attention and financial resources to execute and can be scaled up far faster and easier than human activity requiring costly recruiting, onboarding, and training.

Deploy human resources where they really count

After a process has been automated, it requires limited involvement from your team. For example, scheduled processes can alert users when decision-making is required based on specific outcomes and results delivered by robots. Users can start non-scheduled processes on local machines, monitor robots’ activity, and step in only when more complex actions are necessary. Staff can focus on more valuable, interesting, and engaging work that typically leads to higher employee retention rates.

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