Robotic Process Automation with UiPath

Let’s talk about Robotic Process Automation

Robotic Process Automation is here to stay. The faster you harvest its potential, the faster you create a competitive edge for your business.

2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Robotic Process Automation

UiPath named a Leader in the 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Robotic Process Automation. For the second consecutive year, UiPath has been placed highest in the Leaders’ quadrant for ability to execute.

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UiPath “Together” – Automation in a Fast-Changing World

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The world changed this year. And automation software found itself on the front lines helping organizations solve challenges in medicine, in business, in life.

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Introducing RPA

RPA delivers direct profitability while improving accuracy across entire business functions. Designed to perform on a vast range of complex, rule-based processes, RPA systems act as virtual assistants to trigger responses and communicate with other systems typically in the same way a human would.

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What can you automate with RPA?

RPA systems are capable of mimicking most user actions. They log into applications, move files and folders, copy and paste data, fill in forms, extract structured and semi-structured data from documents, scrape browsers, and more. 

Reason One

Architecture of success

RPA will reach its full potential at the end of a consistent process. We like to think of it as a journey, one in which a virtual workforce is deployed by the organization to help achieve its long range corporate goals. 

Considering RPA a short term project (perhaps to cut process costs or increase accuracy) will hold back some of the benefits a fully grown, healthy implementation usually provides. 

Reason Two

Build a competitive edge

Undertaking an RPA journey enables companies to: Plan and execute the technology on an enterprise-wide basis, integrate siloed operations, applications and data, build internal capabilities to adapt and scale, and more importantly, create business value and competitive advantages.

General use of RPA

Diginetix: General Use of RPA

Emulates human action

Emulates human execution of the repetitive process using various application and systems.

Conduct high volume

Robotics process automation can easily simulate rekeying of data from one system to another. It performs tasks like data entry, copying, and pasting.

Perform Multiple Tasks

Operates multiple and complex tasks across multiple systems. This helps to process transactions, manipulate data and send reports

Report generation

Automates the extraction of data to come up with accurate, effective and timely reports

‘Virtual’ system integration

This automation system can transfer data between disparate and legacy systems by connecting them at the user interface level instead of developing new data infrastructure

Information validation

Resolves and cross-verify data between different systems to validate and check information to provide compliance and auditing outputs

Most Prone to Automation

Industry: 49% – 73%

  • Accommodation & Food Services
  • Agriculture
  • Manufacturing
  • Transportation & Warehousing
  • Retail Trade
  • Mining
  • Other Services

Least Prone to Automation

Industry: 47% – 27%

  • Construction
  • Wholesale Trade
  • Utilities
  • Arts, Entertainment and Recreation
  • Real Estate
  • Administrative
  • Information
  • Heath Care and Social Assistance
  • Management
  • Professionals
  • Educational Services

Industry Automation


Reduction in human capital


Increase in revenue per employee


Reduction in operating costs

Infographic: What is Robotic Process Automation

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What is Robotic Process Automation?

  • RPA aims to replace repetitive tasks, leaving humans to make judgmental calls, handle exceptions and provide oversight.
  • Automation that interacts with a computer-centric process with a software User Interface providing support.
  • RPA configures software that will automate the activities or tasks previously performed by humans.
  • RPA uses a robot to run applications exactly like humans do.

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Business Processes in which RPA can be used:

  • Repetitive tasks
  • Reporting
  • Building interfaces
  • Information gathering
  • Data validation
  • Data conversion
  • Compliance checks

Benefits of RPA:

  • Higher productivity
  • Reliability
  • Consistency
  • Accuracy