We’ve got some awesome news to share. Omniboost has added RPA (Robotic Process Automation) to it's software stack.

RPA technology allows a software robot to mimic human behavior. It can navigate enterprise software like on premise Accounting platforms, ERP systems, etc. using the application’s user interfaces just like a human would. However, a robot is able to work much faster and more efficiently without ever slowing down.

Key benefits are:

1) Reduced cost:

By automating tasks, cost savings can be achieved. Software robots also cost less than a full-time employee.

2) Better customer experience:

Deploying RPA frees up your high-value resources to be put back on the front line ensuring your customer success.

3) Lower operational risk:

By eliminating human errors such as tiredness or lack of knowledge, RPA reduces the rate of errors thereby providing a lower level of operational risk.

4) Improved internal processes:

In order to leverage AI and RPA, companies are forced to define clear governance procedures. This, in turn, allows for faster internal reporting, on-boarding and other internal activities.

5) It does not replace existing IT systems:

One of the biggest advantages of using a virtual workforce, or an RPA bot is that it does not require you to replace your existing systems.

The biggest benefit for us is that RPA allows for connecting and integrating with legacy systems and systems without an api or even without a manual import option by simulating the user inputs of a person. We encounter some systems where an api would be possible but licensing in the amount of (tens) of thousand of dollars impedes/prohibits/prevents our clients from pursuing this option. RPA would circumvent these licensing costs because it can be automated using an existing license or user.

We’ve started implementing RPA in pipelines which cannot be accessed via or by means of API calls.

Simply put: Omniboost is able to fully automate with every platform.

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