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Robotics Process Automation (RPA) Project – Injaz


RPA “takes the robot out of the human:”

  • RPA is a type of technique (and technology) that emulates and automates the activity of a human being carrying out a repetitive task within a process (or in some use cases, an entire repetitive process).
  • RPA mimics “screen to screen” or “file-to-screen” work done by (people) part of a screen-centric task or process.
  • RPA techniques and tools are capable of interacting with any text or graphic object on a computer screen: buttons, data fields, data and files.
  • RPA is able to integrate desktop applications, web-based or mainframe systems with very little or no coding to initiate and manage the automation.
  • RPA tools can also interact with other smarter workplace automation tools such as NLP (natural language processing) and OCR (optical character recognition) to further automate a process.

Important Project Benefits :

    • Robots cost less than people.
    • Constant monitoring is also automatable (alerts etc.).
    • Robots can work 24/7/365.
    • RPA is easily applied to repetitive screen-based processes.
    • Robots are easily reassigned.
    • A robotic workforce can be scaled to demand (additional robots can be deployed for minimal / no additional cost).
  • Improved Accuracy :
    • Robot-based performance is more reliable and predictable and thus less prone to error than humans.
    • RPA software does not require process redesign.
    • RPA sits “on top” of company IT infrastructure.
    • Capacity to provide accurate audit trail and process data.
    • Opportunity to take process analytics to the next level.