Business comes with a lot of issues, and unfortunately, there is not one software that fixes them all.

Even in specific areas like HR and project management, each organization has its own internal and external challenges. In today’s world of complex cloud-integrated systems, automation is carving its own path that is worth considering.

Robotic process automation (RPA) offers the promise of supporting complex business processes while not sacrificing the advantages brought on by standard software solutions. This is especially true when RPA is used to fill gaps in functionality and automate mundane, repetitive tasks.

RPA adoption has been rising at a steady rate since the start of the pandemic. A recent survey reports that almost 75% of respondents are implementing RPA or intelligent automation. Additionally, these organizations are going to see a 30-70% decrease in the cost of supported processes.

Read on to learn more about RPA and how it can empower your key employees!

Experts Can Save Time, Money, and Avoid Repetitive Tasks with RPA

There are many ways RPA can be used for HR. By leveraging RPA for HR tasks, more time will be freed up for HR experts to work on more complex and high-value tasks. Some examples could be:

Recruiting Administration – Creating and filling job openings with the relevant organizational, financial, and recruiting-related values can be very mundane activities, but these documents are created and published quickly in large amounts.

RPA automates this task and can scan for variations, leaving talented employees to focus on more complex tasks like writing descriptions for a job posting.

Onboarding – Every employer has a set of tasks that must be completed in order to successfully onboard new employees. Many HR solutions offer onboarding task management, but the challenge comes from variations or specific requests like changing a certain start date.

RPA lets an existing onboarding solution adapt to these variations while adding more value. Scheduling meetings, collecting documents, and following up on different projects are important, but doing these things can become repetitive. RPA can free up time for HR staff to have a positive in-person welcome for new employees when they start.

The important thing to remember about RPA is that it can incorporate other technologies to offer more functions.

Depending on what platform you use, RPA can leverage advanced workflows with decision trees. Other technologies like Machine Learning, AI, Optical Character Recognition, and more can be incorporated into RPA workflows for complex operations and tasks. With these combinations, there is almost no limit to what RPA can do.

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Plan for RPA

Just like any other part of business, it’s important to plan for your RPA adoption. Think about how automation will impact your current business processes, employees, and IT landscape. Depending on what you’re working with, automation may not always be the best choice.

Proper use of RPA means that you have to think of the task and consider what parts are repetitive and rule-based and what parts need human intervention. Finding the right balance between your RPA bot’s tasks and human tasks will result in positive solutions.

RPA is set to be an important tool for organizations, and with proper planning and research, RPA is a technology that could free up time for your employees and save your organization time and money at the same time.

Published On: September 8th, 2022 / Categories: Automation, Optimization /

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