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Results 100% Visibility & Control of all (90) Business Processes in the Organisation 24% Human Productivity Improvement 11% Reduction in Human Effort Required 100% Business Rule Compliance 100% Accuracy Summary Western Australia’s customer-owned P&N Bank joins forces with Process Automation Group to transform back-office operations with work management and robotic… read more →
One of the first questions we are asked is why anyone should use Robotic Process Automation instead of traditional automation or integration methods. There are a number of questions to consider when looking at implementing a solution requiring automation and/or integration. Business Oriented Are technical skills required to implement the solution?… read more →
It is important to select the right technology for your RPA project. Many RPA platforms are either developer focused, have limited process rules handling, multiple design tools, poor web interface integration, lack enterprise class functionality and/or rely on desktop macro recorders that run on desktop infrastructure.
The Department of Housing (now Department of Communities), has over 1,600 staff in 42 locations, delivering affordable, quality housing working with private, government and non-profit partners. The agency provides housing for people who would otherwise struggle to rent or buy. The Department manages over 36,000 properties, that provides homes for… read more →
Analysts are reporting that companies that master automation will dominate their industries1 and those that continue to operate without further automation will lose market share and revenue. With so many approaches to automation available in the marketplace, it’s important to select a method that will provide maximum benefit in the… read more →
The University of Texas has completed a study1 into idle time in the work place and discovered that: 78.1% of employees experience idle time 21.7% of employees experience idle time daily 7.4 billion hours of idle time are experienced annually Based on average Australian weekly earnings2, this represents a cost… read more →