What is RPA?

Imagine having a workforce that doesn’t need to get paid, doesn’t rest, learns new tasks instantaneously and is always a complaint. This can be done through Robotics Process Automation.

RPA is the implementation of advanced Artificial Intelligence and Mechile Learning software to perform high-level repetitive tasks that are usually done by humans.

Easy to configure:
You can operate the configurable software to assign tasks and control the workforce with utmost ease.

Smart Workers:
Instantly Trained. Autonomously Working. Flawless inefficiency. It’s the workforce that every industry wishes they had.

Decisive Devices: Communicating with other systems to give and gain data can create a fully automated business structure.

Replaced by a Robot?

The functionality of RPA closely resembles that of a traditional robot. It reproduces computer calculated actions done by humans, then mimics these actions at speed beyond human capacity.

Front End Bot: A visible work agent that performs high-performance action with minimal cost.

Back End Bot: A backstage high power computer with no need for supervision. It handles back end calculations and communication among systems.

Control Centre: Performs Platform support actions like scheduling, monitoring, logging, reporting, auditing, remote control, load management, queue management, release management, etc.

Why RPA?

Time: On average reduces the process duration by 4000%. That means a process that takes 2 hours will now take 3 minutes.

Cost: It reduces the cost by 50% – 70%. This includes labor cost as well as wastage of material.

Typical use case for RPA

IT Services

  • Installations
  • Service & Application Management
  • Email Processing & Distribution
  • File Management

Supply Chain

  • Inventory Management
  • Work Order Management
  • Returns Processing
  • Invoice & Contract Management

Finance & Accounting

  • Transactional Processes
  • P2P, O2C, R2R
  • Reconciliations
  • Bank Transactions
  • Intercompany Transfers
  • Audit
  • Analytics & Intelligence

HR Services

  • Payroll
  • Time & Attendance
  • Recruiting & Onboarding
  • Compliance Reporting
  • Benefits Administration


Strategizing: The implementation of an RPA strategy starts with envisioning a roadmap for the installation of the automation process. It involves evaluating the requirements to create the best version of the framework.

Evaluating: Evaluation of the inner working of an organization to optimally understand the need for RPA is mandatory.

Testing: Having a test run to demonstrate the feasibility of the RPA within a given process.

Delivering: This is a more large scale evaluation that is done in a practical manner. With strict time frames, evaluate and compare performances and to understand the ‘feel’ of the new installation.