RPA accelerates processing time, works around the clock, ensures complete accuracy and flexes up or down as you wish. All these benefits add up to incredible cost savings for your company. And – robots follow the rules, so every task is 100% compliant.
It’s about time…
It takes days to build a software robot that saves you a wealth of time every week, month and year. With robots handling your grunt work, or helping customers 24/7, you can redirect hours and expertise to the activities that matter most. RPA is incredibly quick to roll out and there’s zero disruption, because it uses the same systems you do – at robotic speed.BOOK A FREE CONSULTATION
- Boost output without extra headcount
- Run compliant processes, every time
- Achieve fast ROI
- Super-easy to scale
How RPA works
Your robot is a tireless digital assistant who’s always there to do the donkey work for you. RPA can automate all the tasks that tie you down, hour after hour, every day (or even overnight, as you sleep).
Any easy-to-repeat digital process is perfect for RPA – like copying and pasting data, updating spreadsheets, filling in forms, processing transactions, gathering info from the web, handling standard customer queries and plenty more.WATCH VIDEO
Why choose Velocity as your RPA partner?
Plan process changes and automations that make a real difference to your business. We have the RPA know-how and certifications to help you succeed from the start.
There’s no joy in automating broken processes. We’ll make sure your processes are lean and optimised before you hand them off to a robot.
With our end-to-end expertise, you can reap RPA’s full potential for fast and ongoing ROI. Whether you want to scale automation into new functions or embed AI, we’ll make it happen.
Steps to RPA Success
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Bringing RPA into HM Land Registry was driven at a senior management level. Once we’d explained the benefits to our staff, they could see the potential of the technology, so it was straightforward to move to identifying a suitable process and beginning development work.
John McGrory – HM Land Registry