Automate repetitive tasks so that your workforce can focus on more meaningful work. It's simple--just select a process that can be easily turned into an algorithm, and, once you've placed your robot in the right environment, train them to do the task. Your employees' minds are now open to work they can enjoy.
How does RPA work?
Consider a robot to be your colleague to whom you want to assign a specific task. It doesn't need to be difficult at all.
First, you need to identify a process that can be developed into an algorithm and will bring in enough savings within a reasonable period to cover automation costs. For this, you can use a standard business analysis or automated discovery that provides UltimateSuite Task Mining.
If there is room to optimize the process, this is the best time to do it. However, some processes might require a redesign in order to enable automation.
Prior to development, the process has to be described. No special procedure or tool is necessary. Do it the same way you would describe the process to a new colleague.
Next, you need to assign a workstation to your new robotic employee and provide it with access to all the relevant applications.
Time to feed your robot. Teach your new robotic employee how to recognize the patterns it will analyze and take over.
Finally, it's time to place your robot in a real production environment. Don’t be afraid to make a few additional changes in its script.