Robotic Process Automation

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Automate the Automatable

Stop doing repetitive IT tasks—let robots do them for you

Robotic process automation is an ideal technology for reducing costs and increasing productivity. Whether optimizing end-to-end automation initiatives or enabling employees to be more efficient in handling projects, RPA is a powerful addition to any business process automation platform.RPA bots work directly from an application’s user interface, ‘mimicking human actions’, including logging in and out, copying and pasting data, opening emails and attachments, and filling out forms. As they can act like a human, while still working with speed, efficiency and a lack of human intervention, these bots are particularly suited to fill automation gaps in business processes.

SUVERA SOFTWARE team ensures to design appropriate workflows and deploy Robotic process automation (RPA),a technology that enlists the help of bots, that can perform repetitive tasks directly from a user interface.Our tech competency with RPA tools enables powerful workflows design, easy to update or amend as per business processes need and Powerful & Fast to deployment.

The business benefits of RPA deployment include:

1. Low technical barriers
2. Increased accuracy
3. Meet regulatory compliance standards
4. No interruption of work
5. Existing systems remain in place
6. Improved employee morale and employee experience
7. Increased productivity

SUVERA supports end to end Robotic Process Automation Suite

Discover what to automate with process mining powered by AI

Democratize the design of automations, from the simple to the complex

Securely deploy and manage automations from anywhere, at scale

Robots work with your application stack to carry out automations

People and robots work together to automate complete processes

Align RPA with strategic business outcomes with embedded analytics

The fitness criteria for choosing which processes to automate are:

It must be a highly manual, repetitive, and high-volume process.
It must be a rule-based process.
It must have a low exception rate (low variation between processes).
The inputs must be electronic or machine readable.
The processes and their underlying Applications must be stable.