Robotic process automation (RPA) technology continues to see a growing interest from companies in every industry. Business leaders have been investing in technology for years and now more than ever, there is a need to leverage their systems to their fullest. Leaders are turning to automation as a way to enhance existing investment in systems and software.
As a company with a foundation in public accounting, the team at Schneider Downs works with our clients’ finance departments, but we have also become involved in helping solve business challenges that go beyond accounting. Our expertise in business technology and process optimization provide insights that have proven tangible value to our clients.
Every business is unique, and every company has different operational needs, systems and processes. These differences mean that there is no single best process a business should automation. Understanding your company’s inefficiencies and pain points is key to deciding where to apply automation. Here are a few recent examples of how we have applied RPA technology for our clients.
The Schneider Downs Business Process Automation team is committed to assisting clients with the evaluation, adoption and implementation of robotic process automation technology. We work with our clients to evaluate use cases, develop cost-benefit analyses, implement process automation, and provide continuous support to the operation of your business automation processes.
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