WHAT IS ROBOTIC PROCESS AUTOMATION (RPA)? Robotic process automation (RPA) is a software technology that makes it easy to build, deploy, and manage software robots that emulate humans actions interacting with digital systems and software. Just like people, software robots can do things like understand what’s on a screen, complete the right keystrokes, navigate systems, […]
Here at rapidMATION we do something called Robotic Process Automation. Some people refer to it as RPA, and other people might even call it software bots. These are not the Terminator style software bots that will take over the world. They are software bots – or digital workers – that sit on […]
rapidMATION were honoured to have Hilary Bates, Chief Claims and Operations Officer at Zurich join us for a 20-minute fireside chat with our CEO Shaun Leisegang. Hilary takes us through her experience while leading Zurich through their automation journey, specifically with Robotic Process Automation (RPA), and how Intelligent Automation is truly changing the way insurers […]
Recently, there’s been a lot of news about businesses ‘resetting’ and ‘pivoting’ their strategies to cope with the impacts of Covid-19. Though it’s tempting to ignore the buzzwords around this topic, it’s important not to miss the key message—the pandemic has disrupted the world of work and we need to adapt. As companies update their […]
In recent months rapidMATION has been working with a wide range of insurance brokers who are all looking to transform the way they do business. Their goals have all been the same, they need to: Improve customer engagement across the customer lifecycle Reduce costs and simplify their business Meet their compliance requirements Maintain cashflow and Have a foundation for growth and acceleration […]
To achieve full-cycle process transformation, you can combine attended and unattended software bots. Imagine working side by side with your attended software bot on a complex project, while you offload fully automatable tasks to an unattended bot.
January 31, 2014, Microsoft announced that there would be no additional investment in Microsoft InfoPath.
Play Play Company was spending a considerable amount of time processing supplier invoices.
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A large infrastructure services company was spending a considerable amount of time emailing around spreadsheets to capture master data.