• James Battison

The Many Faces of RPA:

Updated: Mar 16

Many traditional businesses in some shape or form have started the journey to digitally transform the way they operate to be fit for the future. RPA 'bots' are capable of mimicking many, if not most–human user actions 😀.

RPA bots can log into applications, move files and folders, copy and paste data, fill in forms, extract structured and semi-structured data from documents, scrape browsers, and so much more …

What processes are relevant to RPA?

RPA is a versatile, scalable technology that can apply to many different departments and industry processes.

RPA technology is particularly applicable to processes that typically are:

* Consistent and routine

* High volume

* Prone to human error

* Limited in requiring a person to make a decision

* Manual data entry or “swivel chair” work

How can RPA bring value?

In many cases, RPA can bring immediate value to core business processes 😀

Think of RPA as your business virtual assistant!

With RPA, your team has access to a self-serve automation tool that will empower them, enabling them to perform better, remain motivated and help you to push your business forward 😎

Whether optimising end-to-end automation initiatives or enabling employees to be more efficient in handling one-off projects, RPA helps fill in the gaps as a powerful, complementary technology to reduce costs and increase productivity. 😀


Would you like to understand how RPA can help you and your business?

Reach out and connect!

The entire team at McKarthy Labs would be more than happy to help!