Businesses are fascinated by the concept of automation and digital transformation that they've discovered by implementing robotic process automation (RPA) solutions which helps in 24-7-365 execution of day-to-day business processes.TRY Simply Automate Inc. SOLUTION >
Simply Automate Inc. Group starts by building a proof of concept (POC) for companies looking to invest into possible RPA integration within their organization. We believe that this should be the first step in the automation journey of every company so that you can get a true understanding of the value and benefits this can bring while knowing your ROI before development starts.
A proof of concept (POC) serves as a stimulant for those businesses looking to leverage the RPA technology to improvise their business process outcomes. A POC can be built for one entire process or a small part within the process. A POC specific to a process stands as a proof to validate if the bot can serve as a solution and if it can work as expected, within the current business environment.
The important part in a POC preparation is done by selecting a business process that is suitable and has the need for automation. A good POC should be treated more like a project itself with a clear objective, pre-defined project start/end date and allotment of both manpower and technological resources.
This will validate if the bot can work on your process and any issues that it may encounter.2) Less expensive than a full robot implementation to show a faster ROI, allowing you to invest in other projects. 3) It can be done in 1-2 weeks, so a very short time to view the results and learn how to identify other RPA candidates. A POC is the simplest way to start your automation journey. Let us assist you.
A POC is a definite way to authenticate a business idea/concept in the real-world environment. It demonstrates how automation works on the “selected process” and the many benefits that it can bring to a business in the long run.
So many businesses start with the biggest bottleneck they can find. This usually leads to delays and frustration. Understanding and knowing how to identify RPA candidates with your organization, is critical to optimal success. We have identified 4 key bullets that are great candidates and that will get you off to a fast and successful start.