Process automation with software robots (RPA)

Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

They arise for a variety of reasons and are real efficiency and motivation killers: automation gaps.
Repetitive, tedious processes that should have been automated long ago, but are not. The reason for these non-automated processes are often outdated or not easily adaptable IT systems or media breaks that are difficult to overcome – mostly considerable time and cost efforts are the reasons for this.

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) clears up these automation gaps.

The use of RPA makes it possible to automate a process entirely according to your needs. In case of doubt, a process can be automated 1 to 1 via RPA – by having the software robot mimic the work steps in the user interface of the required software and make decisions according to defined criteria.

The advantages of the technology are obvious: it is quickly implemented and universally applicable, which enables significant time savings and efficiency gains in the short term. Its compatibility with other technologies makes Robotic Process Automation the perfect entry point to a sustainable digitization program for your organization.

Non-invasive, software-based technology for automating processes

Uncomplicated, fast and cost-effective implementation

Universally applicable and natively integrated with many standard applications

Measurable cost reductions and improvement in process efficiency

Reduced operational risk through continuous availability and lower process error rate

Increased customer and employee satisfaction (see show case: bank statements)

RPA is very likely to be compatible with the software you use and natively integrated with most common off-the-shelf applications (Microsoft Office products, SAP, database technologies, etc.).

Our offer in the area of RPA

Automation Now accompanies you holistically on the topic of RPA. From the RPA strategy suitable for your requirements to implementation. From technical setup to regulatory analysis.

Consulting: Automation Strategy and Organization

  • Potential and vendor analysis
    • Is the use of RPA worthwhile in your organization? Which provider fits best to your requirements?
  • Structural and process organization
    • Roles, processes, best practices
  • Setup and training of an RPA CoE
    • Training of developers, citizen developers, operations managers; recommendations on staffing, etc.
  • Regulatory analysis
    • Compliance with regulatory requirements for RPA operations (e.g. MaRisk for banks)

Several years of experience

Certified experts

Implementation of process automation

  • Technical framework
    • Analysis and deployment support of the appropriate hardware setup for your requirements
    • Licensing and installation of the required software
  • Identification and evaluation of use cases
    • Qualitative and quantitative evaluation
  • Implementation of process automation
    • Conception / Business Analysis
    • Programming / development of automation by certified developers
    • Software: PowerAutomate, UiPath, BluePrism