RPA technology improves process precision and efficiency through its digital workforce
All job creation, submission, and production monitoring are accessible from any device
Support process automation with simple setup, optimization, and operation
Simple, effective tools for deployment that gets you up and running quickly
Ensure quick, non-invasive RPA technology shortcuts the pain of custom development and APIs
Accelerate high-value, rules-based, and repeatable tasks
Create and deploy automations on dedicated virtual machines or servers
Increase user participation with easy, familiar user interfaces to onboard, expedite, and improve automated processes without leaving their familiar business application.
Run on-premises or connect via the cloud for flexibility during implementation, allowing you to rapidly scale your new robotic workforce.
Regardless of where a specific RPA bot is executing, if it encounters an issue that requires human intervention, the bot can present a live user prompt to one or more registered managers who can intervene.
If a manager elects to accept the prompt, he can connect directly to the “desktop” of the bot and intervene as needed. This prevents common delays in processing when sending the job to an exception queue for future processing.
Whether a manager is responding to a live runtime prompt or working with an exception queue after a batch of jobs has completed, you always have full access to the bot’s execution log.
This allows for review of every step and examination of the state of all data variables at any point in the process. These logs serve both as a diagnostic and process compliance tool.
If for any reason the worker cannot diagnose a problem based on log data, he always has the option of viewing a video replay of a given automation’s execution.
While logs are very helpful in diagnosing issues, showing a worker exactly what a bot did during its execution in the “language of the user” (i.e. the screens, keystrokes, mouse clicks, etc.) is a more intuitive way of figuring out what went wrong.
Through the web-based centralized administration portal, administrators can perform all of the tasks need to keep the bots in line, including control, monitoring, execution, scheduling, and updating all of the bots from a single location.