What is RPA?
We believe human employees should focus on the work that we excel in while using robots to handle tasks that get in the way. RPA, otherwise known as robotic process automation, is a technology that makes it easy to build, deploy, and manage software robots that mimic human behavior. It works by orchestrating multiple systems, tools, platforms, and softwares. With the progression of RPA, it is viewed by many CIOs as the first step toward full automation and artificial intelligence.
When Do We Use RPA?
The use of RPA hyper-automation has created a clear path for teams to achieve desired business outcomes. Basically RPA is a universal tool that has the potential to benefit your company in every department.
For example, RPA can be used to generate an automatic email response or deploy thousands of bots to automate jobs. Companies are eager to automate all their processes. According to Gartner’s Top Strategic Technology Trends for 2022, hyper-automation is gaining popularity due to its multifunctional capabilities for any IT or business process, regardless of technology or vendor.
Why Upgrade to RPA?
Many CIOs are turning to RPA to streamline enterprise operations and reduce costs. According to Kofax, software robots are able to increase a team’s capacity for work by 35% to 50%. That statistic alone is reason enough for a company to look into RPA.
RPA has the capability to automate simple repetitive tasks such as copying and pasting information between business systems. When businesses automate mundane rules-based business processes, they give their team time back to focus on higher-value work or serving customers.
Automating recurring tasks also improves accuracy by eliminating opportunities for human error. In a recent study, 57% of respondents reported that RPA reduces manual errors, letting your team move forward with high-value projects.
Although RPA is a new and emerging technology, A Deloitte study showed that 92% of executives said RPA has met or exceeded expectations for better compliance. In fact, 53% of companies have already started implementing RPA strategies.
Overall, it’s no secret as to why this technology is quickly taking business processes to a new level of efficiency.
Building Greater Resilience
Companies who use RPA are able to build greater resilience for market demand spikes. RPA robots are able to quickly ramp up production to match workload peaks. Automation can save a company hours and loads of cash in the long run.
RPA also adds resilience to your team dynamic. 60% of executives agree RPA enables people to focus on more strategic work, overall causing your employees to grow as a team. According to BusinessWire, 57% of executives say RPA increases employee engagement.
How We Can Help
From email setup to disaster recovery, our team can handle your IT needs. Prospera services help you run your business smoothly and keep your employees productive so that you can concentrate on the business objectives at hand.
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