Content Enabled Robotic Process Automation and Analytics
With the combination of InfoCap Networks LLC (InfoCap) and Robotic Process Automation (RPA), business process automation has become a disruptive technology platform. Let us help you automate your manual, human intensive, time consuming, and error prone content enabled business processes by incorporating RPA. We leverage RPA with BPM and Decision Management tools to mimic and automate the “manual” actions taken by humans. Let us help you take advantage of DIGITAL LABOR to reduce costs, minimize errors, and eliminate risk.
What is Content?
Scanned Paper, Faxes, Email, MS Office Docs, Electronic Docs, Data Files, Web Portals, Social Media Sites, Legacy Systems, Databases, Enterprise Systems, Etc.
Tactical & Credible Business Transformation
The labor-intensive fields of invoicing, accounts payable, human resource and financial processing have been straining under the increasing costs of offshoring. With new innovations in robotic process automation, companies can now dramatically improve the efficiency with which they use their labor, augmenting a more sustainable workforce with reliable, efficient and low-cost digital labor. This allows companies to reduce costs, minimize errors, and eliminate risk.
For many companies a content migration project can be intimidating. It is often an enterprise-wide data management initiative that is tedious and requires vast amounts of resources. As a result, some companies approach a content migration initiative from the perspective of completing the bare minimum to meet their objectives.
It doesn't have to be this way. RPA helps organizations accelerate application consolidation and legacy application integration by migrating content or connecting to legacy systems more rapidly, with less effort. With RPA's adaptable and versatile platform, content migration can now be the first phase of an ongoing content management initiative, where tasks are automated to minimize cost, time and labor. In addition, metadata can be applied across both new and legacy content to ensure there is a seamless and optimal search experience.
Web Crawling / OSINT
Harvesting Deep Web data is more complex than mere link-following, and RPA offers unique capabilities to enable this. With its ability to navigate complex menu structures and provide input to web-based search forms, RPA can “crawl” any web-based application. By navigating arbitrary menu levels and issuing multiple queries, RPA automates the capture of content in any format from any source. Other extraction technology, limited to following specific links that already exist, is incapable of harvesting Deep Web data. Only RPA can see content hidden in the Deep Web.
RPA Enable your IT department
Traditional approaches to taming technological complexity typically involve large investments, high-risk implementation or transformation projects, and lengthy payback periods. Even when CIOs attempt to address complexity by making incremental improvements to systems, those investments may consume 20 percent or more of the total IT budget.
Some CIOs are employing a new approach. They’re deploying robotic process automation (RPA) tools to relieve employees of tedious, time-consuming, and convoluted interactions with complex IT. The “robots” in RPA are software programs that mimic human-computer interactions and execute repetitive, rules-based tasks like gathering and comparing data from multiple systems, reading and writing to databases, or extracting and reformatting data into reports and dashboards.