What is “Digital Transformation”?

The concept of “digital transformation” has been widely discussed for many years. There is certainly a lot of confusion around this issue. This can make it hard for decision-makers and businesses to form a clear opinion. Basically, “digital transformation” encompasses the rapidly changing nature of different technologies. This is also true for technical-social trends that are already distinctively shaping our society and our markets. We present ourselves globally in social media, have information available everywhere on our smartphones, and we get ever more information faster – to mention just a few examples.

The freedom to be brave

RPA gives you the flexibility you need to meet your vision in times of change. Use the short, low-cost implementation times to react quickly to new and altered processes.

Opportunities for New Business Models

The power of these trends and digital technologies is obvious. Apple invented the smartphone and pushed the classic mobile phone manufacturer Nokia into a niche. Uber is rolling its app out across taxi industries worldwide. Kodak is a big name from a past in which photos were still developed on photographic film.

It can open up new and promising business models that bring along with them great potential and changes to processes,organisations and partnerships often at a pace that classic IT solutions can only reproduce sluggishly and with difficulty.

Via intelligent process automation with RPA, you can automate processes not only in the long term but also in the medium and short terms. In addition, because existing IT systems do not need to be adjusted and due to the short implementation phase. RPA can also be used to bridge the transformation phase.

The Digital Penetration

Digitisation is increasingly penetrating businesses and industries, impacting not just business models but all business processes, including invoicing, invoice receipt, expense reporting, employee onboarding, etc.

Many business processes are already digitally supported, but there are still a large number of (sub) processes for which digital automation has not yet been considered. When it is expensive and demanding to automate a process with a classic IT solution, or when a process involves several different systems at the same time, is exactly where RPA investment is most promising. Due to the rapid implementation and low investment costs with RPA, these processes can be automated, pushing forward the digitalisation of your company.

Companies can minimise manual effort immediately with RPA. Cost savings  and increase in productivity to drive operational excellence – all without having to adapt the existing system landscape.

Achieve excellence

With Roboyo’s intelligent solutions for business process automation, you can achieve a new level of automation in your business – even in contexts where it never seemed attractive before.

RPA Comparative Analysis

One way of comparing RPA with other solutions is by looking at process value and the degree of specialisation/use of IT solutions. Enterprise solutions like ERP and BPMS are normally used in processes with high value to justify the high investment costs. Due to the low investment costs of RPA, processes with a lower value and lower degrees of specialisation can now be automated.

Source: The Outsourcing Unit – Robotic Process Automation at Telefónica O2, 2015

How we can help you in your Digital Transformation

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