You’re organization is either using RPA now or it will be soon!
What is RPA (robotic process automation)? Instead of physical robots, think of RPA as “software robots” that accomplish many of the tasks that previously required a human-to-computer interaction. Why and when should you look to RPA? Use RPA when computer-based processes are…
- time consuming
- resource intensive
- susceptible to human errors
- difficult to manage remotely
- clearly defined with established rules
- mundane and do not require critical thinking
- dependent upon quality and consistency
This webinar will help you understand how RPA can help your business by performing routine tasks, eliminating human errors, reducing costs, to become more competitive.
What RPA is Not
RPAs are not robots! They do not replace humans. RPA is meant to “remove the robot from the human,” thus freeing the person to do more human work where analysis, critical thinking, and cognitive skills are key and necessary.
Join us for a quick start webinar and leave inspired with what RPA might do for your organization!
E v e n t F a c i l i t a t o r
Natalie Roberts, Digital Consultant
Natalie brings a background of problem-solving abilities and technical ingenuity to the business world. Previously, she owned a company and worked in customer relations management. Her expertise comes from Robotics Process Automation and utilizing Microsoft Dynamics applications. Her knowledge contributes to innovative solutions and assists in streamlining business processes through digital prowess.
An RPA Success Story at Polywood
Flexware Innovation is the go-to engineering firm for forward-thinking manufacturers that need to integrate their business and production systems to maximize their resources. Founded in 1996, our highly-skilled teams of dedicated professionals work side-by-side with customers to leverage technology to solve real business problems by providing best-in-class software development, automation engineering, manufacturing systems integration, business intelligence solutions, Internet of Things (IoT) devices and specialized product development.