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Dual data entry scenarios:
Data manually entered in one system need not be reentered manually in any other system. RA replaces such dual human effort since invoices are indexed in the workflow and then manually reentered in ERP.
Inputs arriving from various systems such as web pages for customer orders, workflow for invoices, emails, or Excel files must be entered into ERP. However, if the input is clean and the rules are well laid out, that data entry can be done through RA.
Standalone, legacy, ERP, or workflow systems often don’t “talk” to each other, and integrating them would cost millions of dollars and precious IT time. RA can provide lightweight integration connecting disparate systems at the user interface level as companies move to one global ERP backbone and retire legacy systems.
Response to requests for data:
When data and report requests come from multiple process owners, vendors, and even end customers, employees log into a system to extract the data, format it, and send an email to the requestor.
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ROBOTICS PROCESS AUTOMATION
RA can execute decision-based tasks provided the rules driving those decisions are well laid out. For instance, on an invoice coming from a utility vendor, RA can change payment terms to “immediate” from whatever is on the invoice. If an order is above US$50k, RA would send it to a manager/approver for review, or if the price variance is less than 5%, or below a defined threshold, then RA would post the invoice. These are all rule-based scenarios that robotic software can execute.
Best uses for RPA
1. Enables 24/7/365 execution at a fraction of the cost of human equivalent creating 25-50% cost savings
2. Increases production up to 2x to 5x FTE output
3. Increase Accuracy resulting in fewer human errors
4. Redirects resources to high-value business objective activities
Increased Production (FTE output)
Savings on Operational Cost*
Fewer Human Errors*