Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

What is it and
how it came to be?

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is a rapidly growing technology that slowly but surely revolutionizes the way businesses operate. It’s a type of software that automates routine, repetitive tasks – liberating employees to focus on more strategic and creative work.

As a result, it increases overall efficiency, reduce costs, and improve accuracy and customer satisfaction.

RPA is a response to growing business challenges

Businesses still rely too much on manual processes and human labor to complete routine tasks, which is time-consuming, error-prone, and costly. Besides, it becomes harder and harder to find workforce. You might want to give your workers more challenging responsibilities, but it’s not possible because they’re busy with Excel sheets.

RPA emerged as a solution to these challenges.

From data entry to financial reporting - RPA is limitless

We’re all aware of that, if there were a magic business wand, we’d all eliminate all that copy-pasting, data compiling, reporting, endless click-click-click… Yet, such tasks are part of a job. The difference is, we now have the technology that can do the clicking, while we do the thinking.

The RPA robot takes your Standard Operating Procedures for manual tasks and performs them in the background. The software can be easily integrated into existing systems and workflows, and it can be programmed to perform tasks with the same level of accuracy and speed as a human worker.

Will robots replace us?
Well, yes... And no.

It’s no secret that the rise of automation technologies has raised concerns about job loss and the future of work. Yes, many people will have to upskill or adapt. However, isn’t that liberating in itself?

Acquiring skills that are worth your time and bring meaning to your life, instead of being stuck in a monotonous routine of copy-pasting data and performing rote tasks with little to no use of the brain?

So yes, it will replace us at meaningless tasks.
But no, it won’t replace us at work that really matters.

See how these two companies implemented RPA and increased efficiency...without letting go a single employee.