RPA (Robotic Process Automation) is the automation of business processes using robotic software. Automated processes are performed in unattended mode (without human supervision). For detailed information, see the About Automation tab.
RDA (Robotic Desktop Automation) is an alternative approach to RPA for business process automation. It involves the automation of repetitive office operations by business unit employees themselves. At RDA, the Robot works under human supervision. Find out what makes RPA different from RDA.
Automade Robots will help you with the repetitive and time-consuming tasks you have been performing manually. Such processes include transferring data between systems and multiple interfaces, completing print-outs with digital data, producing reports using company data or websites. Read our case studies and learn about the processes that have been carried out.
Sure it can! If you do a lot of repetitive, time-consuming tasks, the Automade Robot will free you from the monotonous work and will prove to be your virtual assistant. The simple interface makes it even easier. Check how self-automation looks like.
Of course, it can. There are tasks, such as preparing some reports (generating them in the ERP systems is often very time consuming) block the computer for many hours. This is a perfect example of an activity to hand over to an Automade Robot – it can do it outside your working hours.
You can use the Automade Robot in many different departments of your company. Robots are popular, among others, in financial, HR, sales, controlling, IT, accounting and receivables departments. See specific examples.
Automade Robots also help in IT departments, e.g. in carrying out tests and data migration between systems.
The Automade Robot can fill PDF documents with data much faster than a human being (no printing or manual writing). The robot will, among other things, issue income confirmations, prepare a list of employees with the expiration date of medical examinations, or fill in the contracts of newly employed employees.
Automade Robot, will, for example, support the circulation of documents in the organization, handling invoices, help to verify the correctness of VAT returns.
Check out a specific example of the Robot’s work.
Of course, with the Automade Robot you can, for example, send mass correspondence to customers or collect data from search engines.
Remote triggering the Automade Robot is only possible with a Server license. To do this, you must configure the task in the HUB. There are several ways to trigger a task: by sending an e-mail, scheduling, appearance of a new file in the specified resource, or calling the REST API.
Depending on the accepted robotisation model (RPA or RDA), different system login data are used. In the case of RDA, the Robot uses the credentials of the user on whose computer it is installed. For RPA, where the Robot operates outside the user’s computer (often on a dedicated virtual machine), it is common practice to create a dedicated robot account (e.g., in the Active Directory).
The use of passwords by the Robot can be done in one of the following ways:
Can you share the Macro with another Robot user?
It should be assumed as a rule that the Robot takes control of the user desktop while performing Macros. There are exceptions to this rule:
For time-consuming processes, we suggest using RPA robots.
Yes. When creating a recorded loop, the Robot uses the “dynamic range” option by default, which is responsible for checking how many records (rows per sheet) are to be processed in a given Macro run.
No, as part of the bidding process, where we analyse the potential for robotisation in your organisation, we make a free initial analysis of the processes you describe. Check the implementation and in particular the analysis of processes.
It takes a few minutes to launch the Automade robotic application. The design and implementation of automation depend on the complexity of the process and can take from a few hours to many days. We invite you to contact our expert to assess in detail the implementation of the process.
The Automade implementation team is always at your disposal from the very beginning. Starting with a process audit, through the identification of areas for automation, and ending with the training of your employees in self-robotisation of business processes. See how else we support automation.
In our offer, we have many types of training in the field of automation. Therefore, we adjust their difficulty level to the level of participants. We conduct workshops for beginners, introducing them to the world of robotisation, and at the same time, we train IT departments that are interested in advanced courses.
We help our clients based on cooperation and partnership. Together with the customer, we identify processes that can be improved, set goals and support them to achieve the best possible results from introducing automation in their company. Learn about other types of support.