Robotic Process Automation
Robotic Process Automation is essentially software with a very specific task. You might think of them as more advanced version of functions or macros within Excel – except that RPA sits on top of other applications, and so can link them together.
RPA is used to reduce mundane, repetitive tasks being carried out by your team and can be configured to capture and interpret data, trigger responses and communicate with other digital systems. Bots are typically low-cost and easy to implement, requiring no custom software or deep systems integration.
RPA cannot replace humans, rather it is a tool to make their life easier by getting rid of painful manual tasks.
Our team consists of senior managers who have delivered positive change, coupled with our growing team of developers based from our Digital Innovation Hub in Belfast.
We provide a full range of RPA services, delivered to meet your needs. From advising on the best solution and most appropriate provider, to building and implementing your full RPA strategy. We can manage your RPA capability for you from start to finish.
Our in house team comprises of:
- 20 Certified Developers
- 10 Certified business analysts
- 8 Solution Architects
- 5 Infrastructure Specialists
Heard about the benefits of automation, but not sure where to start? Our free whitepaper will give you an overview on the technology as well as 15 processes we consider to be 'no brainers' in terms of implementation.Download our whitepaper
Proservartner has seen that many organisations choose the wrong types of process to automate, wasting time and resources.
- Business Process Management
- Task and Process Mining
- Process Repository
Ensure standardisation of process, remove human error and free up staff to work on higher-value work by automating repetitive processes.
Educate before you automate. We offer both awareness and full RPA developer training.
Proservartner offer a range of complimentary services including license acquisition, and technical support.
"There are a lot of processes that are low hanging fruit when it comes to rpa and we can help you find them."
Peter Gamble, head of innovation hub