CASE STUDIES

Financial sector:
Robotic process automation (RPA)

Use RPA in finance and accounting operations, eliminating manual processes, speeding financial reporting, consolidating controls and increasing accuracy.

RPA within this sector has a great positive effect

This technology offers solutions to minimize risk through reporting and a proactive approach and allows companies to automate processes even in fragmented financial systems. Specific use cases include collecting data from various storage formats (such as emails), reporting, uploading bank account balances, document distribution, among others.

Robotic process automation generally costs 1/3 of the amount of an offshore employee and 1/5 of an onshore employee.

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Financial sector

Key Benefits of RPA in the Telecom Sector

Optimize costs

Take advantage of the high profitability of RPA and the rapid ROI that this technology offers. Saving between 25% and 75% of current operating costs.

Speed up processes

Bots operate 365x24x7 and make no mistakes.

Improves security and control

Eliminate unauthorized access and detect security issues before they become a problem.

Specific use cases

Handling high volume tasks

Document validation, cash conversion, and customer acquisition are processes that involve high-volume tasks and manual data manipulation. This leads to high human error, which can lead to non-compliance problems.

Eliminate human error

Robotic process automation can automate invoice processing, speeding up workflows and improving overall efficiency. The risk of error is reduced and precision increased at the same time. Since robots don’t rest, it also helps prevent delays.

Drive innovation

Repetitive and, above all, manual work, with little or no analytical thinking creates an environment that does not provoke innovation. Data aggregation, supplier tracking, and customer form processing falls on finance teams and prevents organic growth.

Strategic growth

Repetitive and, above all, manual work, with little or no analytical thinking creates an environment that does not provoke innovation. Data aggregation, supplier tracking, and customer form processing falls on finance teams and prevents organic growth.

Accounts receivable

Accounts receivable accounting is less dependent on external documents, unlike accounts payable accounting. Sometimes mistakes can be made, such as forgetting to send an invoice. This, if done too frequently, jeopardizes the cash process and affects liquidity.

Digital workforce

By introducing RPA in the department, invoices will automatically be issued and sent by email. Creating a consistent and seamless cash flow. Additionally, cash gaps will be eliminated, helping to enter information and preventing accountants from having to work with numerous information systems.

These cases exemplify our commitment to providing effective automation solutions for the telecommunications sector, improving operational efficiency and customer experience.

Automated solutions for Smart businesses

If you have questions, need advice, or are ready to take the next step towards digitalization, we’d love to hear from you!

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