The UiPath Custom Activity in this demo will generate a report that is hosted in SSRS and save it with a specific name in a specific location. (The report will be saved in a PDF format). You should be able to create a Custom Activity for any other functionality that might be required where the current activities within UiPath does not meet your desired outcome.
Customer and supplier data is an ever-changing landscape, many organisations still operate critical data changes via a manual process whereby all or part of the accuracy and timely actions rely on a human worker or workforce – in this short demo we show you how easy is to liberate your workforce from the loborious task of manual data entry.
In this blog we use a facial recognition Artificial Intelligence cognitive service for recognising a human face for the purpose of identity verification.
A typical scenario is an identity verification process when applying for credit. The person applying for credit uploads an image of their government issued passport or driving licence and also uploads a selfie using a mobile phone registered to them.
The financial services industry has been using automation technologies for some time now, to remain efficient, profitable and relevant in a fast-evolving industry. Recently, however, there’s been a shift in focus from automating manual workloads to making entire processes smarter.
On May 15th team Velocity took part in the joint K2 UiPath Hackathon hosted at K2’s head office in Weybridge, UK. The invite only event was attended by a guest list of select K2/UiPath technology partners.
Microsoft Excel is widely relied upon as a data management tool. Many teams and departments use spreadsheets on a daily basis to collect, organise, manipulate and model data for use across a broad range of business processes.
In environments where many other applications and line-of-business systems are used to get work done, however, it can prove challenging to migrate data between Excel and these other software tools efficiently.
Software Robotic Process Automation (or RPA for short) is used to automate every-day, rules-based tasks. RPA solutions, often referred to as ‘bots’, can be configured to manage mundane business activities independently and in many cases, with little or no human intervention.
Business optimisation through technology is a focus area for many organisations today. According to Brian Kropp, group vice president of Gartner’s HR practice, more than two-thirds of business leaders believe that their organisations could lose their competitive edge if they do not achieve significant digital transformation by 2020.