Robotic Process Automation
Robotic Process Automation is the practice whereby an algorithm or computer software performs actions usually carried out by a human in order to complete ruled-based tasks.
• replicates the actions of a human by interacting with the user interface of a computer system
• can be triggered manually or automatically
on specified event
• Virtual worker „trained” / configured to do repetitive tasks
How do we do it
Cloud Farm of Robots
- Does not require any interference on user’s workstation
- Our robots work on the Microsoft Azure Cloud connecting to customer’s environment via internet
- Installed on user’s workstation
- Uses usually available Microsoft components (Excel, Access, VBA, Outlook)
Process candidate for automation filled to list with candidates for RPA
Each process is scored with RPA scoring template and reviewed with process responsible
Scored process with high-level description is sent to ARC Consulting for review and cost estimation
If the automation is profitable, specialist from ARC meets process responsible to gather all information
ARC prepares a robot and delivers to process responsible for tests and adjustments
Implementation of robot with ARC support
Robot is added to Robotics Management Center and stays under ARC support
Robots controlling & monitoring
Robotic Management Center – is an application that enable you to control and monitor all of the robots that currently empower you organisation. Your employees can decide whatever they want to run them manually or automatically, check on their statuses and easily access information about their effectiveness and achieved return on investment. RMC is fully integrated with Office 365.
Decreased cycle times and improved throughput
Software robots are designed to perform tasks faster than a person can and do not require sleep making 24×7 operations possible.
Detailed data capture
The tasks performed by a software robot can be monitored and recorded at every step, producing valuable data.
Flexibility and scalability
Once a process has been defined as a series of instructions that a software robot can execute, it can be scheduled for a particular time, and as many robots as required can be quickly deployed to perform it.
Release employee potential
Enables departments to self service (employees can be refocused on more rewarding and higher value activities.
Release IT potential
Frees up the limited and valuable skills of IT professionals to concentrate on more strategic IT implementations such as ERP rollouts.