Reducing human intervention in the use of computer programs is the goal of Robotic Desktop Automation (RDA) systems. RDA systems are run on a desktop and are designed for human and software to work together.
Ever since the Industrial Revolution, we know the machines' ability to performance repetitive tasks and scale them massively. However, today's workers continue to performance many routine processes in front of a computer. Robotic Desktop Automation systems allow companies to incorporate the so-called virtual workforce. We are not talking about androids that occupy our work chairs, but rather software that run from our computer desktops.
There are many tasks that can be automated through robotics: filling out forms, processing information, interacting with other applications, entering data... At 3.14 we develop RDA solutions that enable companies to transform their back and front office processes.
We design our systems tailored to each client’s goals. While the more traditional conception of automation focuses on mere repetition, the new paradigm considers the ability of software robots to learn. So, when necessary, we use Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning solutions.
Among the many competitive advantages of automation through robotics, it is worth highlighting the following:
Automation allows humans to behave less and less like robots.
Humans are not very good at performing repetitive tasks. We get tired. We are prone to error. Therefore, the question is not whether robots will take our jobs. The real question is whether they will allow us to devote ourselves to higher skilled work. If we stop wasting time on entering data into forms, we will be able to focus on processes that require empathy, creativity or improvisational ability.
The proper implementation of RDA in our organization will enable us to:
Automation allows machines to behave more and more like humans, but above all allows humans to behave less and less like robots.