Robotic process automation (RPA) is the use of software robots to perform simple, repetitive tasks, such as data entry, reconciliation, and other administrative tasks. Unlike AI, RPA simply performs the process it is programmed to do and cannot make judgments about future scenarios.

Organizations often deploy RPA bots in conjunction with an existing ERP systems to automate the many of the manual processes within the ERP. Bots can use web and windows applications without directly integrating with them; which facilitates their deployment in any organization.

Based on Microsoft Dynamics Business Central

Fast benefit realization

Minimal upfront investment
No disruption to underlying systems
Led by business with support from IT
Highly scalable, adapts to changing business environment
Improves employee morale 
  • Log into any application

  • Connect to any system API's

  • Copy and paste data

  • Move files and folders

  • Extract and process structure and semi structured content from documents, PDF's, emails and forms

  • Read and write to databases

  • open emails and attachments

  • Scrape data from the web

  • Make calculations


  • Employees are the first to appreciate the benefits of RPA as it removes non-value-add activities and relieves them from the rising pressure of work.


  • Robotic Process Automation software robots are programmed to follow rules. They never get tired and never make mistakes. They are compliant and consistent.


  • Once instructed, RPA robots execute reliably, reducing risk. Everything they do is monitored. You have the full control to operate in accordance with existing regulations and standards.


  • Across business units and geographies, RPA performs a massive amount of operations in parallel, from desktop to cloud environments. Additional robots can be deployed quickly with minimal costs, according to work flux and seasonality.


  • RPA can reduce processing costs by up to 80%. In less than 12 months, most enterprises already have a positive return on investment, and potential further accumulative cost reductions can reach 20% in time.