implementing Robotic Process Automation
Brief guide to the RPA
Once you have decided on investing in an Robotic Process Automation solution, the next step is the implementation. Staria’s team of RPA specialists will guide you every step of the way and ensure that the implementation is handled with precision and professionalism.
A successful RPA implementation
In a successful implementation, the automated process is defined, implemented and documented so well that it works both reliably and error-free in the production environment, providing maximum benefit to the enterprise. Your business has an assigned person who knows the automated process and the operation of the robot. This person can identify any change needs or adjustments in the robot’s performance and reports to the developer of the automation.
The value of RPA is created when your employees can hand over their repetitive, manually routine tasks to robots. Thereafter, they can use the time to grow their expertise in more demanding areas, such as developing processes or in improving customer service.
Approaches to implementing RPA within your business
There are two different ways to approach the implementing of robotics within your business. You can either develop your own skills, with our help and support, or leave it to our experts. We will then select the automated processes and build automation in accordance with the following steps.
Staria’s RPA implementation path:
The first thing to do in the implementation process is to educate personnel on what RPA is and how it can be utilize it. Your employees also need to adjust their mindset and get familiar with the idea of a robot as a co-worker.
Implementing RPA into an enterprise also leads to changes in roles. One of the new roles is the “Robot Owner.” The Robot Owner is the individual aware of the process before and after automation, and the individual who can spot any changes or issues within the automation or the need for re-training of the robot. Each automation needs to have a “Robot Owner” defined.
A recording of the chosen process with the customer employee will be attached to the process documentation template.