Through PRA you will be able to answer the most frequently asked question in the company on how to reduce business expenses
Avoid routine work that can be automated. Use the right time management and leave the repetitive task to the robots
Be insured against mechanical and unforeseen errors through robotic automation
In the organization, one of the most discussed and key issues is how to reduce expenses and increase work productivity. According to studies of 2020, RPA is the most convenient way to solve this issue, because RPA robots can reduce the expenses of the company. At the same time, in the long run, the cost of work done through the RPA is much less than the salary of a full-time employee.
Human resources are one of the most important life force of the company. For it to be highly productive, we need to identify the appropriate processes of automation or the routine work that does not require creative thinking that robots can incorporate. RPA is exactly the mechanism that replaces human power and does the same thing in much less time. Consequently, employee resources are spent on other important issues in the company, which in the long run is unconditionally a guarantee of the company’s success.
Inefficient and faulty processes cause repetitive work in the company. Repetitive work can even have disastrous consequences for a company’s time management. Before we start the automation, it is necessary to analyze the processes and identify the most favorable ones for automation, for which we use process mining. The next step is to optimize the identified process, standardize it, and then automate it.
No matter how experienced and qualified an employee is in the company, we all agree that an employee cannot know everything; Due to human factors, it is possible for him/her to mechanically miss out or forget the important details that may be crucial for the company. The RPA completely insures us against this because the robots actually reduce the probability of making errors to zero.
Irma has held various leadership positions, including as Lean Transformation Coordinator, IT Portfolio Manager, and Agile Coach. Lean Management was introduced in Georgia together with the consulting company Mckinsey & co and a local team, both in the front office and in the back office.