Rahul Varshneya is the co-founder and President of Arkenea. Rahul has been featured as a technology thought leader in numerous media channels such as Bloomberg TV, Forbes, HuffPost, Inc, among others.
Several organizations use a wide range of tools for execution and monitoring of their internal processes. These systems are interfaced by human agents who pass on the data output from one system as input to the next system in the pipeline.
Because of the non-automatic nature of manual execution, manual data entry work makes these processes slow and error-prone.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you had these interfaces taken care of automatically?
That’s right, we are talking about Robotic Process Automation (RPA) – a transformational paradigm that optimizes such processes by automating repetitive, rule-driven tasks.
According to Forrester Research, RPA market revenue is expected to gross $1 Billion USD in 2019.
With RPA and by using RPA tools, your internal processes can be finished faster and more efficiently. It would free your agents from trivial data entry and data exchange tasks so you could deploy them to do more strategic process initiatives.
In this article, we at Process Street will present 5 best practices for RPA. We will then introduce our favorite RPA tools, so you can walk away with actionable robotically automated processes.
This article has been structured as the following:
- How does Robotic Process Automation eliminate tasks from structured environments?
- Software silos and how they affect your teams
- How to break silos with the implementation of Robotic Process Automation
- How to achieve exceptional results with Robotic Process Automation implementation
- RPA tools: Process Street’s top four RPA tools
- How you can use Process Street’s RPA tool capabilities
Let’s get started!
Note that RPA does not aim to eliminate jobs. It aims to reduce the burden of mundane and repetitive tasks of the existing staff so they can work on more strategic initiatives.