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Overview of key areas
We conduct workshops over several days during which:
Not just automation
During analysis, we often see opportunities to improve processes in ways other than RPA.
Our report also includes recommendations on:
We highlight cases in which a detailed analysis, description and process map or business case is necessary. Together, we work out a list of candidates along with the order of implementation that takes into account your business priorities.
What can affect the selection of candidates for automation?
Difficult choice of RPA
We are aware that the number of RPA tools and technologies available on the market can be overwhelming. There are many suppliers and options, but do you know what will work best for your organization? We would be happy to help you in creating an implementation strategy and choosing the right RPA technology.
What should you consider when choosing an RPA technology?
Preparation of processes for robotization
We conduct in-depth workshops aimed at describing and mapping the process singled out for robotization, with particular emphasis on the systems and roles involved in the process.
We create a description of the AS-IS process and model the TO-BE process, taking into account automation and possible changes in the process. We describe in detail the standard mode of robot operation and alternative paths in situations when the robot would require help or a decision from an employee.
We help in preparing instructions for employees cooperating with or managing RPA.
Creating and implementing robots
Many of our clients already have Archee in their teams. Archee is our proprietary RPA solution that perfectly responds to their needs, is fully adapted to the company’s processes and uses its IT systems and tools.
We are also happy to help if you decide to build or already have solutions built on one of the most common RPA platforms. The competences of our consultants include the ability to create automation on UIPath, Blueprism or Automation Anywhere.
Close cooperation and engaging your employees in the process of defining automation makes robots irreplaceable team members, performing the most repetitive tasks.