RPA is an autonomous digital workforce, independent of human interaction to help your employees work faster.
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) enables you to create software robots to automate manual business processes. The computer software ‘robot’ is configured to perform tasks using existing systems for transactional processing, manipulating data, triggering responses and communicating with any digital application - just like your current workers.
RPA is different from conventional systemic automation. Your bots execute the processes and interact with the applications as a human would, effectively replicating the actions of employees. Additionally, these robots can learn as well as cloned to scale to the volume of tasks required.
As the RPA tools evolve in consistency, credibility and applicability, more organisations will be quick to adapt to the emerging technology.
Leonardo helps organisations jumpstart their journey toward orchestrating work between humans, teams, systems and robots. This begins by enabling the business to implement a flexible decision hub that applies real-time AI with every interaction. Using business process management to orchestrate teams and system, robotic process automation to remove repetitive tasks and free up your employees, and workflow solutions to manage the end-to-end delivery to your customers - Leonardo enables your organisation go beyond simple automation to change the way you work.
Below are some examples of the simple manual tasks RPA can undertake at your organisation. Utilising Articifical Intelligence / Machine Learning improvements, more complex tasks are achieveable using cognitive automation technogies to build on RPA's potential.
Process improvement aims for faster, cheaper, less risky, higher quality, and compliant ways to deliver process outcomes. RPA aims to be the enabler of such process objectives by reducing human involvement. Given that not all processes are created equal, RPA benefits from focused implementation instead of a general Band-Aid to existing process problems.