Access and Feeds

Blog Archives

Robotic Process Automation (RPA): Adding Value to Business Outcomes

By Dick Weisinger

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is the automation of processes and tasks within businesses. Implementations often supercharge standard business software applications. Examples of RPA include OCR-ing incoming forms and auto-inputting the data into an application, or triggers in one software app

Robotic Process Automation (RPA): BOTs Speed up and Improve Quality of Repetitive Tasks

By Dick Weisinger

Robots are in the office and taking on tasks that have traditionally been repetitive, mundane and tedious. In particular, this includes tasks like data entry and manually moving data between applications. Automation of these mundane tasks is called Robotic Process

Robotic Process Automation (RPA): Saving Money and Improving Processes

By Dick Weisinger

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is a software process that runs on the same client computers where existing software interfaces also run, and the RPA robot software can simulate the interactions that a human would make with the existing software application

RPA: Proper Implementation can be Transformational

By Dick Weisinger

“Any technology that can reduce the costs of existing manual operations by 25% to 40% or more without changing existing systems, yet improve service and generate return on investment (ROI) in less than a year, can truly be described as

RPA: What Could Go Wrong? Without Planning, a Lot.

By Dick Weisinger

Robotic Process Automation. These are software algorithms or robots that automate tasks that would otherwise be performed by a human. The automated tasks are typically interactions a user might have with a software application interface, like copying and pasting data