RPA: ROBOTIC PROCESS AUTOMATIONRobotic process automation (RPA) is used to carry out repetitive tasks automatically. These tasks often require limited intellectual effort but are time-consuming for employees. Among other things, RPA frees up the work force so that they can focus on more rewarding tasks, saves time and money – as an automated process will often fulfil these repetitive tasks faster than if they were carried out manually – and guarantees standardized processing of tasks.Contact us
RPA: ROBOTIC PROCESS AUTOMATIONRobotic process automation (RPA) is used to carry out repetitive tasks automatically. These tasks often require limited intellectual effort but are time-consuming for employees. Among other things, RPA frees up the work force so that they can focus on more rewarding tasks, saves time and money – as an automated process will often fulfil these repetitive tasks faster than if they were carried out manually – and guarantees standardized processing of tasks.Contact us
Our advice for successfully automating your processes
1 - Replicate your existing set-upFully understand the business process first, to ensure that the digital equivalent is as representative as possible of the existing operational set-up.
2 - Support the transition processAlways design systems with degraded mode in mind to allow operational staff the time they need to get used to the tools developed.
3 - Facilitate continuous improvementDevelop the process gradually to reduce tensions and make the transition easier to manage for users.
Our advice for successfully automating your processes
1 - Replicate your existing set-upFully understand the business process first, to ensure that the digital equivalent is as representative as possible of the existing operational set-up.
2 - Support the transition processAlways design systems with degraded mode in mind to allow operational staff the time they need to get used to the tools developed.
3 - Facilitate continuous improvementDevelop the process gradually to reduce tensions and make the transition easier to manage for users.
RPA: ROBOTIC PROCESS AUTOMATIONRobotic process automation (RPA) is used to carry out repetitive tasks automatically. These tasks often require limited intellectual effort but are time-consuming for employees. Among other things, RPA frees up the work force so that they can focus on more rewarding tasks, saves time and money – as an automated process will often fulfil these repetitive tasks faster than if they were carried out manually – and guarantees standardized processing of tasks.Contact us
RPA: ROBOTIC PROCESS AUTOMATIONRobotic process automation (RPA) is used to carry out repetitive tasks automatically. These tasks often require limited intellectual effort but are time-consuming for employees. Among other things, RPA frees up the work force so that they can focus on more rewarding tasks, saves time and money – as an automated process will often fulfil these repetitive tasks faster than if they were carried out manually – and guarantees standardized processing of tasks.Contact us
Our advice for successfully automating your processes
1 - Replicate your existing set-upFully understand the business process first, to ensure that the digital equivalent is as representative as possible of the existing operational set-up.
2 - Support the transition processAlways design systems with degraded mode in mind to allow operational staff the time they need to get used to the tools developed.
3 - Facilitate continuous improvementDevelop the process gradually to reduce tensions and make the transition easier to manage for users.
Our advice for successfully automating your processes
1 - Replicate your existing set-upFully understand the business process first, to ensure that the digital equivalent is as representative as possible of the existing operational set-up.
2 - Support the transition processAlways design systems with degraded mode in mind to allow operational staff the time they need to get used to the tools developed.
3 - Facilitate continuous improvementDevelop the process gradually to reduce tensions and make the transition easier to manage for users.