Read our case study on how RPA was used in a Property Management company to automate a double entry system to recovery tenant fees and invoice landlords.
RPA Business Case
RPA was used by an inhouse Legal Team for capturing and managing court/filing dates. This mundane activity accounted for 25% of a busy Paralegal’s working day.
RPA was used by a Garage to automate the process of adding car parts to a customer’s invoice and improving the productivity of Garage staff.
A Financial Services company was struggling to retain Graduate Entrants because of the daily monotony of Accounts Payable. It became clear that this mundane but important accounting activity was a good candidate for automation.
For some companies, the pain points is so strong that adopting RPA becomes a no-brainer. For others however, there might need to be clear business case for implementing the technology before starting the project.