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What is Robotic Process Automation?

UiPath’s Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is the technology that allows anyone today to configure computer software, or a “robot” to emulate and integrate the actions of a human interacting within digital systems to execute a business process. RPA robots utilize the user interface to capture data and manipulate applications just like humans do. They interpret, trigger responses and communicate with other systems in order to perform on a vast variety of repetitive tasks. Only substantially better: an RPA software robot never sleeps, makes zero mistakes and costs a lot less than an employee. Walklett Group builds UiPath robots to develop a digital workforce that works side-by-side with your employees. 

Gartner says, “Robotic process automation (RPA) software revenue grew 63.1% in 2018 to $846 million, making it the fastest-growing segment of the global enterprise software market, according to Gartner, Inc. Gartner expects RPA software revenue to reach $1.3 billion in 2019.

How is RPA Different From Other Enterprise Automation Tools?

In contrast to other, traditional IT solutions, UiPath’s RPA allows organizations to automate at a fraction of the cost and time previously encountered. RPA is also non-intrusive in nature and leverages the existing infrastructure without causing disruption to underlying systems, which would be difficult and costly to replace. Using UiPath’s RPA platform, Walklett Group layers robots right on top of you existing systems and applications to free your workers to do more meaningful work. With RPA, cost efficiency and compliance are no longer an operating cost but a byproduct of the automation. 

  • Fast Benefit Realization

  • Minimal Upfront Investment

  • No Disruption to Underlying Systems

  • Led by the Business, With Support From IT

  • Highly Scalable

  • Adapts to Changing Business Environment

How Does Robotic Process Automation Work?

Robotic Process Automation is a proven way to enhance the way people work. By automating mundane and repetitive tasks, users are freed up to focus on thought provoking work that requires creativity, critical thinking and human judgement. RPA robots are capable of mimicking many–if not most–human user actions. The video below shows how Finance and Accounting can benefit from automation. 

What can robots do?

  • Log Into Any Application
  • Move Files and Folders
  • Open Emails and Attachments
  • Copy and Paste Data
  • Read and Write to/from Databases
  • Make Calculations
  • Connect to System API’s
  • Scrape Data From the Web
  • Extract and Process Structured and
    Semi-Structured Content From
    Documents, PDFs, Emails and Forms
  • And More …

What Processes Are Relevant To RPA?

Essentially, Any High-Volume, Business-Rules-Driven,
Repeatable Process Qualifies for Automation.


Implement fast, achieve ROI fast

An HR service provider from Europe was processing 2,500 sick leave certificates per month with an average handling time of four minutes per item. Within three weeks they implemented an RPA solution and achieved 90% process automation. The RPA robot extracts data from a transaction in SAP, inserts the information into the customer’s systems, and prints it. The HR service provider achieved a return-on-investment within six months, with error rates reduced to 0%, manual effort reduced to 5%, and processing time reduced by 80%.

Reduce effort in the back office 

A global retailer was using its store closing reports to validate closing information for each of its registers across hundreds of stores. The store’s employees used a manual and sluggish process to pull up these reports. By automating the process the store freed up its employees to now focus on more customer-centric activities. The RPA robots now move the closing reports to one server, then read and consolidate the needed information for the store’s closing reports.

Improve customer service in the front office

A trade credit insurance company with over 50,000 clients worldwide automated the credit limit request underwriting process. Underwriters were previously gathering information manually, from internal (Risk & Policy) to external (Customer Site, Google News) sources. With RPA, they saved 2,440 hours of human work a month. Employees now use that time to work directly with customers.

What processes are relevant to RPA?



What Are the Business Benefits of RPA?

Robots are here to stay. The faster you harvest their potential, the faster you create a competitive edge for your business. Robotic Process Automation delivers direct profitability while improving accuracy across organizations and industries. Enabling RPA to handle any processes will not only transform and streamline your organization’s workflow. It will allow for superior scalability and flexibility within the enterprise, doubled by fast, tailored response to specific needs. Software robots are easy to train and they integrate seamlessly into any system. Multiply them, and instantly deploy more as you go. They constantly report on their progress so you can go even bigger and better by using operational and business predictability, while improving strategically.

Better accuracy

Robotic Process Automation software robots are programmed to follow rules. They never get tired and never make mistakes. They are compliant and consistent.

Improved compliance

Once instructed, RPA robots execute reliably, reducing risk. Everything they do is monitored. You have the full control to operate in accordance with existing regulations and standards.

Fast cost savings

RPA can reduce processing costs by up to 80%. In less than 12 months, most enterprises already have a positive return on investment, and potential further accumulative cost reductions can reach 20% in time.

Super scalable

Across business units and geographies, RPA performs a massive amount of operations in parallel, from desktop to cloud environments. Additional robots can be deployed quickly with minimal costs, according to work flux and seasonality.

Increased speed and productivity

Employees are the first to appreciate the benefits of RPA as it removes non-value-add activities and relieves them from the rising pressure of work.