Process Automation

This comprises examining company processes and identifying the primary components to determine which aspects are best suited for data automation. Standardisation is an important component of the automation process because it identifies variations in users’ perception of task objectives. By automating a process, staff can focus on key activities rather than laborious, repetitive, and frequently annoying tasks.

How our automation process helps you

More and more businesses are investing in business process automation to improve productivity, enhance revenue, and provide improved customer experiences.

Business process data automation reduces bottlenecks that waste time and money. The improvements in efficiency and control spread to every facet of the organisation, from higher production and compliance to improved customer experience and performance.
Time savings, increased earnings, higher productivity, greater efficiency, error reduction, better uniformity, auditable records, improved compliance, superior customer experience, and improved scalability are among the benefits.

The four key components on which we concentrate are the use of technology to eliminate the need for humans to perform jobs better suited to computers, increased data availability, business focus switched from compilation to analysis/decision-making, and proactive exception reporting.

What areas/processes we automate

Not every task is amenable to data automation. However, there are some quick wins where some procedures can be quickly automated using current technologies.

Consider the following tasks within an organisation: repetitive, time-sensitive, includes a variety of individuals and objects, auditing or compliance trails required, impacts other business processes and systems, and are rule-based and standardised.

The organisation must determine its goals and how the automation process will help it achieve them. It’s also critical to consider how success will be measured: fewer customer complaints, a shorter turnaround time, or an increase in profitability?

Once you’ve defined your goals, making decisions becomes much easier, because every choice boils down to whether it’s moving us closer or further away from our objectives.

We specifically focus on data ingestion from numerous sources, including emails.

What tools we use

Business process automation is revolutionising organisational operations, enabling companies to achieve more with less while scaling in tandem with business growth. Choosing the correct automation in business process solutions is critical. Organisations are constantly looking for technology tools to help them run their business operations efficiently in today’s digitalisation race.

To provide this service, we employ the following tools:

SQL Server Integration Studios (SSIS)

Platform for developing enterprise-class data integration and transformation applications. Copying or downloading files, loading data warehouses, cleansing and mining data, and managing SQL Server objects and data are all used to solve complicated business problems.

HTML, CSS, and JavaScript-based web framework for creating great websites and web applications. Real-time technologies such as Web Sockets and Web APIs can also be employed.

(web scrapers and bots)

Commonly used for website and software development, task automation, data analysis, and data visualisation.

Microsoft Power Automate

Automates workflows between apps and services to synchronise files, get notifications, collect data, and other functions.

Microsoft Power
Bi / Power Query

Data connectivity and data preparation technology that allows end users to import and transform data from a variety of Microsoft applications, including Excel, Analysis Services, Dataverse, and others.