RPA - Robotic Process Automation
Robotic process automation (RPA) automates traditional manual desktop tasks that are predictable, repetitive, well structured and considered routine. The tasks can be performed on either a scheduled basis, triggered by an event or manually initiated.
For the average office employee tedious tasks, like filling in forms, making repetitive calculations, cross checking information with other systems or web sites, are notoriously error prone and time consuming. Often such tasks are part of standard business processes.
RPA - Software Robots
Robotic process automation (RPA) automates traditional manual desktop tasks by using software robots.
The software robots interact with computer systems using the existing Graphical User Interface (GUI) that people already use. The robots can effectively see information that is presented on a screen, operate the mouse and type on the keyboard. As it is a software solution there is no physical device / robot involved. The software robot emulates the physical actions.
Ether Solutions’ UiPath consultancy services are focused on delivering practical benefits to our clients.
In providing Robotic Process Automation consultancy for clients, Ether Solutions believes that with 60+ RPA tools in the market it is better to specialise in UiPath rather than risk its consultants being asked to work with different software on each RPA implementation.
Ether Solutions is able to offer best value to clients by leveraging the experience gained across RPA implementations.
Our expert consultants have considerable experience of working with different aspects of UiPath software and they are capable of delivering quality results.
By automating manual tasks using RPA software robots, Productivity is increased and staff are released to perform more valuable work.
The consistent execution of tasks by RPA software robots eliminates human errors which also increases overall productivity by avoiding the work load associated with corrections.
It is important to keep people in the loop to address any errors, handle unusual requests or perform particularly complex tasks which might not be suitable for automation.