Robotic Process Automation
cut costs, improve service, empower employees
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Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is a technology augmented process engineering service aimed at automating highly-repetitive, rules-based processes. The encapsulation of programming logic allows for the surgical deployment of technology to address business challenges. This provides us an alternative to replatforming core systems in order to obtain missing functions or patch workarounds. The myriad of high-level languages, existing libraries of functions and specialized applications have changed the economics of many development projects. As such, it is prudent for every organization to evaluate where technology may be able to create value.
Organizations seek RPA solutions in order to:
- Spending less time collecting data and more analyzing it
- Save time through increased efficiency
- Redeploy human capital to higher value tasks
- Improve the quality of collected data
- Improve the quality distributed information
- Empower employees to make more informed decisions
Kynektyd employs an Agile, test-driven development process to help bring quality technology solutions to market quickly and cost-efficiently. Agile dictates that work on a project may begin without a clear endpoint in mind. It has been widely adopted throughout the software engineering community and has proven to be an ideal way for end-users and technical personnel to work together constructively. Agile dictates that projects begin with the development of a Minimal Viable Product (MVP). This is the version of the product that has just enough features to satisfy early customers and provide feedback for future product development.
The process begins with a Discovery phase, followed by a series of Sprints. At the beginning of each Sprint we work with your team to define a MVP, which may or may not be ready for production at the conclusion of the Sprint. After the Sprint planning is completed, our developed team begins the Development and Testing phases. The Sprint concludes with a Demonstration for the end user, and then the application is either put into production, or planning for the next Sprint begins.
One of the best characteristics of the Agile methodology is that the measure of progress is a delivered product. Once the team deploys the MVP, it can assess the impact of the deployment and determine where investments in additional features and functionality may be warranted.