Every organization wants to be able to work as efficiently as possible, so it makes sense to automate business processes. With Robotic Process Automation (RPA), processes can be made fully automatic. But how does it work, exactly? And what are the real benefits? In order to answer all questions, we’re organizing a webinar about RPA on January 28th.
Automating a process by means of a robot. This is already quite common in the industry. Take the robots in car factories, for example. However, a lot of people wonder how it is possible for a robot to take over an office-based process. What does that look like? What do I gain from it?
Always available, less chance of errors
RPA is at its best when it comes to processes where employees have to perform a lot of repetitive actions, like when entering a timesheet in Excel. It is a necessary task, but an employee would be better off investing his or her time elsewhere. With RPA, users create software-robots, or ‘bots’, that can learn, imitate and execute rule-based business processes. They replace the human being on the front-end. The most important benefits? The robot is always available and reduces the chance of errors.
Select and drag
Coding this type of software may seem complicated, but Korper ICT has created a solution for this. Thanks to our Automate-solution, it is not even necessary to write any code. It is simply a matter of selecting the processes, put them in the right order and execute them. To show you how you can profit from this, we’ve teamed up with HelpSystems – what our solution is based on – to host a webinar on Thursday, January 28th.
The Benefits of RPA
During this session, Benjamin Korper and HelpSystems technical consultant Andrew Usher will show various examples of organizations who are very successful with RPA and are truly reaping its benefits. Benjamin will also talk about how RPA fits in your IT-environment and how it can free employees of mind-numbing, tiresome and repetitive tasks.
The webinar ‘The Benefits of RPA’ will start at 4pm on Thursday, January 28th 2021 and will last approximately one hour. Would you also like to learn more about RPA and how it can benefit your organization? Use this link to register.