RPA is widely used for automation of daily operations and established processes regardless of functional scope, type of company, or industry specifics.
However, one-off activities, such as data migration and test data generation can also be prime use cases for RPA due to its ability to effortlessly connect systems without the need for time and cost-intensive programming of interfaces and stand-alone applications.
Automation enables organizations to streamline, modernize, and reduce costs for their procurement-related processes. RPA is a transformative technology that can provide immediate gains to efficiency and productivity to the procurement function, but when RPA is mixed with AI, organizations can evolve and enable Intelligent Procurement.
Automation enables organizations to ease compliance concerns across the enterprise, from the warehouse, to the front office, to the back office RPA helps companies make compliance part of their day to day operations, by using robots to ensure compliance across multiple regulatory regimes and jurisdictions.
Retail and the consumer-packaged goods (CPG) organizations have a strong dependency on legacy systems that are embedded deep into their core operations and this dependency makes making significant changes too risky or extremely expensive. This is what makes RPA such a great match for retail organizations.
Rapid technology innovation, strong competition from insurtech, and new customer demands are making complex, siloed, legacy infrastructure increasingly problematic.
Today, most insurance CEOs are looking at “automation first” initiatives to boost digital transformation, enhance customer experience, and drive revenue growth through operational efficiency.
Organizations across the world have been implementing Robotic Process Automation (RPA) on their Human Resources (HR) business units for the past few years.
Why? Because automation can help HR units save up to 40% of time and allow HR staff to focus on higher-value, more human-centric tasks.
Casinos and gambling companies need to evolve to be able to provide engaging, innovative products and services to customers, both old and new.
With RPA, casinos can leverage the vast amounts of data they collect on their customers to create and maintain better customer relationships and experiences, and ultimately make the house win with the help of robots.
Telecom companies must compete with one another to provide the fastest, most affordable, and cutting-edge services that allow people around the world to stay connected to global networks
Learn how RPA can enable telco organizations' ability to provide innovative customer services, keep costs down, and ensure maximum efficiency, compliance, and productivity across the enterprise.
Robotic Process Automation can be leveraged to enable automated release and configuration management to accelerate the application release cycle within a large organization and streamline the process to perform upgrades and enhancements.
Automation for accounts payable virtually eliminates the risk for errors and drastically decreases processing time due to the speed and accuracy of digital workers. This will free up the organization’s AP team to work on higher-value tasks.
Claim denials, or the healthcare payer’s refusal to pay for the services provided to a patient, is a consistent issue for healthcare providers across the US.
Leveraging RPA in denials management process removes much of the strenuous and error-prone manual work faced by employees, streamlining the revenue recovery process and freeing up employee’s time for more value-add tasks.
Governance is a key component of any RPA initiative. With a structure in place to control it, RPA becomes more responsive, more agile, much less bureaucratic, and in turn enable the organization to reduce risks when scaling automation across the enterprise.
For organizations to avoid issues, risks, and failures it is important to deploy a centralized control and a robust governance framework.
Credit union organizations need to remain competitive in today’s digital-first market, these organizations need to invest smartly in technological solutions that can continue to drive digital transformation at an enterprise-wide level, this is so credit union institutions can boost staff productivity, optimize their operations, and deliver a high-quality customer experience(CX).
Contact centers and call centers leverage the human workforce to field incoming inquiries through phone, email, or web chats.
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) can be leveraged to speed up the interaction with the client, provide a more thorough response, decrease the amount of human labor required to field incoming inquiries, and increase customer satisfaction through the reduction in human error.
To battle the competitivity and low productivity challenges, L&T companies need to focus on automating manual business processes and adding real time information interfaces so that incompatible data formats and ever changing interface landscapes will not affect the operational cost and efficiency of operations.
Written by Will Tyler, a long time UiPath practitioner and RPA solution architect. This white paper shares his knowledge and his best practices to scaling automations in UiPath.
Learn about the roadmap to success when scaling automations, what to avoid as a developer, and what to focus on to make work easier, faster, and smarter.
The utilities industry is evolving in this digital era, and organizations have turned to RPA to help them tackle challenges like an aging IT infrastructure, slow service turnaround time, and overall bad customer experiences.
Leveraging RPA to automate and enhance processes and services helps utilities companies deliver better quality services, improve the customer experience, and make data-driven decisions.
Banking and financial institutions have turned to RPA to help their organizations digitally transform at an enterprise-wide level.
Learn about the most common use cases for banking and finance, where does RPA marry with these industries, and how to get the most out of RPA for banking and financial organizations.
Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) are facing the need to digitally transform to face cost-cutting pressures and meet the increase in service expectations.
HEIs are leveraging RPA as a technological solution for cost savings, gains in efficiency, and to improve service delivery.
The public sector is evolving, agencies and public organizations can use RPA to kick-start a digital revolution that can integrate legacy systems and can enhance the public servant's experience.
Leveraging RPA to automate and enhance processes and services helps public servants reduce the time they spend on mundane tasks and allows them to focus on providing better service to citizens.
The Healthcare industry is evolving, primary care workers often need to dedicate several hours a day to admin work such as data entry and manipulating multiple health IT systems, doing mundane, repetitive tasks and taking away valuable time from patient care.
Leveraging RPA to automate and enhance processes and services helps healthcare staff reduce the time they spend on mundane tasks and allows them to focus on patient care.
As executives begin to plan for the recovery phase post-Covid19. Many are seeing the value of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) as a key driver for business continuity, speed up the adoption of new operational standards, augment healthcare worker capacity, predict trends based on real-time data, and generating a fast-financial recovery.
In order to juggle labor and time-intensive business processes such as customer communication, procurement, inventory management, and payment processing while maintaining cost reduction and innovative business practices. Many manufacturing companies are turning to RPA to attain improved agility and more streamlined operations across the value chain.
In this white paper, we describe the current information security concerns around the deployment of a digital workforce, and how to build a safe environment and keeping it from going overboard with suggestions for installing a solid governance program to protect data in Dev, UAT, and Production environments, and monitor activities to ensure that RPA adoption is successful.
RPA has been emerging in top industries in the last few years, with results that have substantially improved business performance and countered inefficiency across business functions. Due to the major cost reduction pressures in industries like banking and insurance, they are well suited to be early adopters in the RPA revolution. Download our white paper now to learn how RPA can make an impact
In this interactive eBook we showcase different RPA process heatmaps across key areas of the IT business unit. See which processes have the highest potential for automation, including common processes in application management, IT procurement, security, IT infrastructure, service management, end user computing, and more.
In this eBook we showcase different RPA process heatmaps across different areas of the Finance and Accounting business unit. See which processes have the highest potential for automation, from customer onboarding and invoicing, to cash application, to logistics management, to invoice processing, to payments processing.
In this eBook we showcase different RPA process heatmaps across different industries and business units. See which processes have the highest potential for automation in finance and accounting, Human Resources, Telecommunications, Healthcare, Government, and many more.
In this eBook you will find what is Hyperautomation, the holistic automation framework, a detailed description of the key components and benefits. An understanding of what is intelligent automation, an in-depth look at each and every step of the hyperautomation journey, and finally we'll describe how to unlock the full potential of hyperautomation.
In this ebook, we describe the common challenges RPA adopters face during their implementation journey, and the main steps involved in preparing a robust plan to design and develop your RPA initiatives.
Calculate the ROI of your contact center Automation with RPA. Organizations striving to deliver quality customer service are modernizing their contact centers and call centers to ensure satisfactory customer experiences in the digital era.
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) can be leveraged to speed up the interaction with the client, provide a more thorough response, decrease the amount of human labor required to field incoming inquiries, and increase customer satisfaction through reduction in human error.
Democratize automation to scale to a fully automated enterprise. A citizen development program plays a pivotal role in scaling the automation adoption across the enterprise.
It allows the organization to enable non-technical users to identify automation opportunities and develop simple automations that can then be passed on to the CoE for advanced development if needed.
Whether you’re just getting started with RPA or you’re ramping up your existing automations, understanding where you are will make it easier to reach where you want to be next, and achieve a full-scale RPA implementation.
Find in this infographic, the key phases to navigate through in a typical RPA implementation journey.
Behind every organization's successful RPA program, there is an A-team that supported each step of its journey.
Either you're building a Robotic Process Automation team in-house to complement your external RPA service partner or to cater independently to all RPA operations, its key to understand the roles and responsibilities of key resources in a winning RPA team.
Selecting the right business processes to automate with RPA is a key step to a successful proof of concept or ramp up project.
Find in this infographic, the characteristics that your processes should have to be a good RPA candidate, as well as a step by step visual guide on the process selection journey.