Hybrid’s don’t only make sense in the motor industry.
The choice between depth and breadth isn’t s an easy or obvious one, and it shouldn’t have to be. Combining a connected Robotic Process Automation (RPA) solution which is deeply integrated with your core systems, with a generic RPA means both deeper integration and broader reach are possible, with each offering unique benefits:
Connected RPA Benefits:
- Fastest way to automate processes in core systems, such as SAP
- Native integration approach means built-in auditing and error handling
- Process-specific knowledge of vertical and horizontal processes
Generic RPA Benefits:
- Multiple systems may be combined
- Data may be aggregated from external systems and content sources
- Offers more flexibility and reach to create connected systems (sometimes referred to as swivel chair processing—you swivel your chair to copy data from one system to another)
No matter what your needs are, we’ll help you find that sweet spot for RPA in Financial Process Automation, by finding complementary solutions that combine the benefits of connected RPA and generic RPA.