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Embrace the future with smart, AI-driven applications automating work across critical ERP and CRM software.
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Deploy and update your Dynamics 365 installation, all with support from an experienced tech support partner.
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Scale business capacity when you upgrade to Dynamics 365. Automate business processes and keep the flexibility of working from the cloud.
Assess your platforms and build a roadmap to a successful deployment with strategic consulting—our experts are here to help.
Run Dynamics 365 seamlessly 24/7 with application and interface monitoring and performance enhancements.
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Proactively understanding (and addressing) critical strengths and weaknesses will lead to a higher valuation.
Get more from your workflow with robotic process automation (RPA)—flexible, scalable, and running around the clock.
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Reduce the risk of errors in insurance and payment processing—and manage compliance—all with the power of RPA.
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Collect money owed and pay bills faster with the support of bots working around the clock.
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RPA, or Robotic Process Automation, is a technology that uses software robots, also known as “bots,” to automate routine and repetitive tasks.
RPA bots can take care of data entry, invoice processing, and customer service inquiries, among others.
Your bots use artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms to learn and perform tasks faster and with few errors.
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) empowers businesses to automate repetitive, rules-based tasks—tasks often associated with high demands on human labor.
With computer programs, or “bots,” RPA mimics human interactions with software.
This means that it’s much faster for RPA to take over labor-intensive tasks, such as entering data into forms or extracting information from documents.
The power of RPA is in how it can reduce errors, increase efficiency (cutting the time needed on these tasks by up to 90%), and free up employees to focus on more important work.
RPA is most often used in industries such as:
RPA is best known (and appreciated) for its ability to automate tasks such as data entry, report generation, and certain information-dense aspects of customer service.
The power of RPA software is in how businesses can automate repetitive and routine tasks using software robots.
Most often, RPA software is used to automate:
What’s even better is that RPA software typically includes drag-and-drop interfaces for building automation workflows, scheduling tools for running bots at specific times, and analytics dashboards for monitoring bot performance.
RPA and automation are two terms that are often used interchangeably, but realistically, they are not the same thing.
As said above, RPA involves the use of software robots to automate repetitive tasks.
In contrast, automation refers to the use of technology to perform tasks or processes without human intervention.
Automation involves technologies including RPA, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and more.
Thankfully, RPA typically does not require extensive coding knowledge.
Most RPA software platforms offer drag-and-drop interfaces. With these interfaces, you can build automation workflows visually, without needing to write code.
This approach makes it easy for non-technical users to create and modify automation workflows, which can save time and reduce the need for IT involvement.
More advanced RPA solutions, however, may need some coding know-how—especially if the automation involves complex integrations or customizations.