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Put Robotic Process Automation to Work for Your Business. Start Here.

Today, businesses automate just 25 to 40 percent of their workflow, and 88 percent of process mistakes are due to humans. Your challenge is in creating the right mix of people and automation to drive productivity and identify improvements with process intelligence.

What is Robotic Process Automation? Robotic Process Automation (RPA) uses software robots and intelligent business rules to mimic specific actions employees take while performing tasks in various applications.

RPA can automate manual, repetitive tasks, eliminate errors and deliver 100 percent data accuracy in industries including banking, insurance, transportation and logistics, manufacturing and finance and accounting.

Ready to put RPA to work in your organization? Let’s get started.

Robotic Process Automation

Discover how an intelligent software-based robotic workforce can automate areas of your business that fall between established process automations. Whether manual tasks have a unique workflow or insufficient volume or scale to automate with traditional solutions, RPA is designed to solve these so-called “white-space” business problems unaddressed by existing process automation and create additional value for your business.

Web Data Extraction

In an era where data never sleeps and 2.5 quintillion bytes of information are created each day, your challenge is in finding, filtering and interpreting the critical market intelligence you need to create and keep a competitive advantage. Web data extraction helps you unlock and act on valuable insights by automating the acquisition and integration of data—including pricing, competitive intelligence, investment research, and more—from any website or portal around the web.

Robotic Process Automation

Automate tasks to eliminate errors and deliver 100% data accuracy at a fraction of the time and cost.

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Efficiently acquire, process and deliver information from virtually any application or data source—without the need for coding.