Enterprise resource planning (ERP) tools share a common process and data model, covering broad and deep operational end-to-end processes, such as those found in finance, HR, distribution, manufacturing, service and the supply chain. Using RPA tools, a company can configure software, or a “robot,” to capture and interpret applications for processing a transaction, manipulating data, triggering responses and communicating with other digital systems.
How Lima can help you
With the use of RPA, for the first time, accounting departments can reliably automate many of the processes they were previously unable to.
Lima in association with reputed RPA consultants providing support for implementing automation through RPA.
Lima assist business in selecting the process to be done through RPA; thereby allowing human resources to focus more on subjective, instinctive, and interpersonal tasks. Lima study the cost benefit analysis of RPA implementation.
Lima strength and experience
The ERP implementation team now recommends installing Robotic Process Automation (RPA) in the business process. The team in association with well known RPA consultants integrate the functions and process in ERP.
The logical study group of the team will select the areas and operation which can be fully automated through Robotic Process Automation.
The integration team of Lima will cross check the alignment of total operation with RPA implementation.
The good news is Robotic Process Automation (RPA) can bridge the gap between legacy ERP processes and modern automation. RPA enables organization to retain the benefits of legacy applications while leveraging advantages of modern automation. Accomplishing a task becomes less cumbersome and organizations need not worry about mistakes. Instead of implementing RPA in all segment of business, Lima follows a step-by-step implementation.
Lima initially selects the complex tasks. RPA bots can accomplish complex tasks more precisely, and consistently and within a short span of time. Hence, RPA enables organization to automate manual tasks thereby, saving considerable amount of time in the process.
Combining RPA and ERP can deliver return on investment through increased speed and efficiency as well as reduced errors. However, they caution it’s no panacea for ERP deployments that are already ailing. You can bank on RPA software for any repetitive tasks including data entry, report generation, and even HR-related functions. In a way, RPA solutions enable users to get the full benefits of an ERP system while getting rid of repetitive, non-core processes. It is fair to mention that robotic process automation can bring transformative changes to your existing ERP system.