Four steps to RPA

Are you aware of the gain in speed, flexibility and quality that comes with the introduction of Robotic Process Automation – RPA-? RPA offers opportunities where traditional IT is not possible and a lot of manual work is still done. Nidaros helps organizations to map out the possibilities around Robotic Process Automation – RPA. In four steps you introduce RPA in your organization.

Step 1, Awareness

Do you think that your business processes can be carried out more efficiently by means of many repetitive actions? Nidaros offers insight into its Awareness session. During this session we will discuss the possibilities, the do’s and don’ts, the suitability of processes and how Nidaros will take your organization through the four steps to RPA. What do you already know about RPA?

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Step 2, Discovery

Isn’t it a question anymore if RPA can get more value out of your organization? In a Discovery session, Nidaros will explore all processes within your organization. In one day it will be clear what information flows there are, how this data now streamlines your processes and if and where it could be more efficient with RPA. How RPA proof is your organization?

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Step 3, Implementation

Is there a clear business case for RPA? Based on experience, Nidaros has developed a step-by-step plan with which an implementation process runs silently. Therefore, during the implementation session, we first map out the impact on the organisation. Which departments, processes and people are affected by RPA?

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Step 4, Support

The implementation of RPA is ready. Monitoring and management are the challenges ahead. In a Supporting session, Nidaros looks together with you at the different actors that play a role in the optimal functioning of your robotic landscape. With the help of our Spider – an ‘intelligent workload manager’ – you can get the most out of RPA.

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Nidaros developed the Spider to monitor the robot’s actions and the progress of the processes involved. It is an independent software tool, an ‘intelligent workload manager’ that helps organizations to get the most out of Robotic Process Automation (RPA). Not only by making optimal use of automated processes. Also by simultaneously gaining more insight into the yield of processes through monitoring. A dashboard gives you real-time, complete insight into the quality of processes and the performance of your robot. Adjusting becomes easier and can be done faster.

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