Frequently Asked Questions
The cost for introducing RPA in your organization is best determined by identifying the nature and number of tasks that would benefit from automation. You could classify Labor-intensive activities that require the same procedures and not a lot of conscious thought as ones which are best to automate. Click here if you’d like our industry experts to suggest where automation is applicable in your process chains
The speed of implementation is entirely dependent on the complexity of the task. Implementation, when done in a smart way, can save a lot of time.
Your employees would require a bit of training, after which they can successfully effectuate the automations themselves. Thus you can eliminate the need for a dedicated IT department.
RPA is exponentially more powerful than any script or macro. This strength comes from the ability to link multiple robots. Thus RPA leverages the collective knowledge of the entire network.
RPA can only automate procedural task completion to optimise workflows. By definition, AI is based around replicating human intelligence. An AI constantly evaluates feedback and adjusts itself to function better. Whereas RPA does not.
Intelligent Automation combines both AI and RPA.
Based on the current capabilities of RPA, a bit of oversight is recommended. However as the technology mutates and acquires more capabilities, the need for human oversight decreases.
You may want to consider many factors before getting started with RPA, or have doubts about the cost-effectiveness or personalization. We offer consultation services to help you get started with ease.
Ideally, RPA tools are categorized based on their functionalities for Enterprises. Here are some of the most popular ones:
Business Process Automation is used interchangeably with RPA. The aim and modus operandi of BPA is the same as RPA – to streamline time-consuming tasks in the workplace. BPA optimizes productivity, improves employee and customer engagement and reduces costs. These are the same goals as RPA’s.