A set of advanced technological tools that are able to stretch your technological ability to the edge and among other things while combining innovative technologies such as:
Why is it worth it?
Hyper-Automation is RPA on steroids. An organization that has exhausted the capabilities of expansion and enhancements through classic RPA will be able to find many benefits by using hyper-automation and integrating these technologies into automation. Hyper Automation is the digital change that will significantly increase the efficiency, productivity and level of service in your organization.
Who is it for?
For any organization that has successfully passed the robotic automation phase. A “startupist” organization that is ready at this stage to take risks (some of the technologies in the maturation stages) and be a pioneer in its field. An organization that feels it has exhausted its ability to become more efficient through standard automation
RPA is not a physical robot, but a defined software capable of performing a wide range of processes according to organizational needs. The software “sits” on the company’s IT infrastructure, “enters” systems, pulls data, analyzes them using advanced algorithms, feeds systems and generates reports. The robot is responsible for all stages of the process from A to T in accordance with the defined business rules. The robot is set up so that it can complete all stages of the process, follow the business rules set for it and use systems identical to the systems in use today.
Technology has a significant impact on manual work processes that are repeated by their people by: doubling unlimited labor 24 hours a day and by multiple machines. Reducing employee abandonment in “boring” processes, minimizing human errors, quick implementation (several weeks) and ROI of more than 1: 5 (often the return on investment is already in the first year)
For any organization that encounters a large turnover of employees who are required to perform repetitive operations and according to clear procedures / rules. For organizations with many mistakes of back-office workers or with few high-cost mistakes. For any organization with a back office of more than 10 employees and certainly with many dozens.