Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

Innovative technology to automate business processes

What is Robotic Process Automation?

RPA supports your company in the automation of business processes


for automating manual and repetitive tasks

Virtual robots

for connecting existing software and applications


automatically repeat desktop actions


controlled by simple rules and business logic

That sounds good, but what does RPA actually mean?

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is an innovative technology to automate structured business processes.

RPA works like one of your employees, accessing the user interface of your existing applications and automatically executing structured processes.

This means, compared to the normal employee, that RPA works faster, around the clock, does not make mistakes (insofar as RPA is set up correctly), reduces costs and documents all work completely. The fact that the "software robots" work on the user interface means you can easily overcome media breaks without having to build expensive and complex interfaces.

Robotic process automation (RPA) is not:

A human robot

Complete employee replacement

Replacement for human cognitive functions

Simply another cost factor


Compensate "weak points" of traditional solutions sensibly and cost-effectively


High precision and reproducibility, less susceptible to errors or typos

Low technical requirements

Robots can be configured without programming knowledge


Robots always follow legal compliance rules and document processes via audit trail history

Non-invasive technology

No impairment of the underlying legacy system, thus reducing the IT load

Time savings

Taking over repetitive tasks that employees would otherwise perform 50-60 times a day


Significantly shorter process cycles compared to manual process concepts


Robots work tirelessly and without interruption, 24 hours a day


Routines are always executed in the same way

How it works

RPA works at the GUI level, so there is no need for complex, ordered coding by the IT department.

You can calculate read processing to maximize work automation - you know what to do, the user has set the actions.

Where can RPA be included in your company?

  • Extract, modify and generate data
  • Fill out forms
  • Copy, paste and move data
  • Log into systems and use them, for example, ERP and customer management systems etc.
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