Getting Started with Robotic Automation Using Pega

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Last updated on July 31, 2019

Vasu Narne

Vasu Narne Vasu Narne - Practice lead for RPA @YASH Technologies

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Robotic automation is used to automate routine, rule-based tasks that are repeated in a workflow. Robotic automation’s main value proposition is to alleviate employees from performing mundane, highly repetitive, data-intensive tasks thereby freeing them to perform more productive work. RPA robots are programmed to mimic user actions like sending emails, reading email attachments, accessing legacy applications, processing data between applications, performing data validation, and processing simple rules. These features provide benefits to business processes by reducing human error and driving efficiencies. Pega RPA adds the ability to automate tasks using the existing application’s user interface and can help speed up manual tasks.

 

The two broad categories of Pega robotic automation are Robotic Desktop Automation (RDA) and Robotic Process Automation (RPA). Desktop automation is used to provide a unified desktop experience to users by integrating and automating desktop (or web applications) with Pega applications. Desktop or web applications can be launched from flow actions and data can be transferred between the workflow and desktop applications. Desktop automation help reduces redundant work, the time taken to execute a process and also reduce data entry errors that may occur when entering the same data multiple times. Pega Process automation is used to automate high-volume, back-end repetitive work. Organizations can batch process large volumes faster and with fewer errors compared to manual handling.

 

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Benefits of using Pega RPA

  • Processes are completed more rapidly saving human efforts
  • Cost savings for manual and repetitive tasks by reducing the number of FTEs.
  • Employees are more productive
  • Reduces manual data edits
  • Increases data quality
  • Reduces compliance risks

 

Applications of Pega RPA

Pega RPA, organizations can automate tedious manual work that hampers productivity and efficiency. Whether it is about adjudicating claims, on-boarding customers or employees, reconciling financials, or updating customer information in the system, organizations can utilize Pega RPA to optimize processes across the enterprise.

 

Data migration and entry

In any organizations critical functions are still performed by the legacy systems like manual data migration, extracting data from scanned documents, PDFs, and other formats, Optical Character Recognition, etc., RPA can prove to prevent such manual labor and reduce clerical errors.

Customer service

By automating contact center tasks which can include scanning documents, verifying information RPA can help companies to process faster and offer good customer service.

Human Resources

Pega RPA can also automate many HR tasks which include onboarding and off-boarding of employees, update employee information, etc.,

Healthcare

RPA can handle patient records, customer support, claims, reporting, billing and a lot more, thereby providing a better experience to their patients.

Financial Services

Foreign exchange payments, managing audit, processing claims, opening, and closing of accounts are some of the use cases in this sector.

Supply Chain Management

Pega RPA can help in automating orders, processing, and payments, generating reports for different departments.

Other use cases can include synchronizing all applications with a customer’s account information, send updated customer account information from the Pega application to web or desktop applications, automate communication among various applications, etc.,

 

With PEGA RPA organizations can reap immense benefits including streamlining data management, better decision making and enabling quicker ROI. An effective combination of Pega’s power with RPA’s automation capabilities could be a game changer and will bring quicker ROI when rightly implemented. Pega Robotic Automation enables businesses to intelligently optimize how work gets done, by both humans and robots across the enterprise. This enables organizations to run tasks unattended while mitigating risk and meeting regulatory mandates. Ultimately, these benefits make employees more productive while freeing them to focus on delivering better customer experiences.

Vasu Narne – Practice lead for RPA @YASH Technologies

Reference : www1.pega.com

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