Streamline Workflows with Powerful Automation Capabilities
Bring powerful, bot-driven automation to a variety of document and data management tasks. With KnowledgeLake RPA, you can quickly and easily:
- Acquire documents
- Generate documents
- Integrate data into any business application
- Migrate data and documents
- Automate any document-related task
Automation That Adapts and Evolves
- Conduct rapid remediation through production tooling that speaks the language of the user
- Execution of recordings and screenshots allows users to quickly diagnose problems and propose corrective actions
- Implement time-sensitive modifications in minutes versus days or weeks
Why KnowledgeLake’s RPA Is Different
Our RPA offering is purpose-built to help customers save time, reduce human error, and enable more efficient business operations. Four things separate our solution from traditional automation tools.
Built-In RPA Design Studio
The KnowledgeLake Assistant
Craft Your Solution
Build Intelligent Workflows to Improve Business
KnowledgeLake's RPA empowers your people and organization to automate mundane, time-consuming tasks.
"Every item that comes in for service is accompanied by a ton of documents. We needed to streamline the complexity of customer service paperwork. KnowledgeLake directly impacts the speed of managing each watch repair."
"Employees were manually searching for government solicitations and awards from multiple government websites every morning to gather work for the day. On a busy day, they would spend up to four hours just pulling solicitations and awards, not even processing them. Now [because of KnowledgeLake's RPA], when our specialists arrive in the morning, their work is already waiting. By making our process more efficient, we are not only adding capacity to our own team, but we can also better serve our clients by getting them RFQs quicker."
"We’re seeing a lot of growth, not only in beer production, but in the support side of the business. We have more invoices to process and more employees to hire. With that comes more paperwork. But we wanted to get rid of the paperwork and move into the digital side of things, which is a big part of the work that we’ve done with KnowledgeLake."