The solution: process automation with a competent partner
The solution is to have a “bridge builder” build the data connections. This way, companies remain maximally flexible and only need to connect the islands whose data is necessary for process automation. If necessary, new bridges can be built between existing applications or new islands can be connected via bridges.
A positive side effect: companies can start small with Minimum Viable Products (MVP) and explore the automation potential. In this way, you do not tie yourself to a single tool provider, but build bridges successively according to need, the greatest savings potential and within the scope of the financial possibilities.
In this way, repetitive, manual and time-consuming tasks can gradually be automated by software robots. This Robotic Process Automation (RPA) can automate around half of all processes in companies. RPA technology can navigate enterprise software such as ERP systems, expert software or service management tools, using the applications’ user interfaces like a human. One advantage of RPA is lower process costs. Experience shows that average cost savings of 30 per cent are achieved. In addition, existing IT systems do not need to be replaced, as RPA bots can be used with existing systems.