Why you don't want to wait with robotisation
Starting with robotisation
Could robotisation be a good fit for your business? You've probably heard about robotisation before, but could it be profitable for your company? For example, at 40% cost savings, x number of fewer errors, or by doubling the speed of handling your customer service queries...
If you knew that, you would probably want to get started with robotisation right away! But where do you start? Robotisation, often referred to as RPA, has numerous benefits, and the possibilities are endless. So, naturally, you may want to know what it can do for your business. What is good to know is that what we are talking about here is a software robot and not a physical robot.
You are welcome to discuss the possibilities with us without any obligation. You will then find out which processes in your company would benefit most from robotisation. During your free personal inspiration session, you will also discover whether it is worth the investment and where it is best to start.
Request such a session here. It is guaranteed to provide you with valuable information. Afterwards, we will put all the findings from this inspiration session into a concise advisory report, so you can take the next step towards robotisation.
Discover the chances for your business in a personal inspiration session!
Why start with robotisation?
A robot can do a lot and save a lot of time. But what does it deliver in concrete terms? Here are the benefits of robotisation:
Manual errors are a thing of the past. For example, in repetitive, often boring tasks, the likelihood of errors is high. And interpretations are excluded, eliminating the need for customers to respond to incorrect output. Reports are consistent without the need for manual adjustments. It is often the peripheral issues in an enterprise that unwittingly take up a lot of time and distract you from your core business.
A robot can generate cost savings of between 40% and 60% due to its effectiveness and speed. Fewer resources are needed in the department, repetitive work due to manual entries is a thing of the past, employment agencies no longer need to be used for recruitment, etc.
It always depends on the type of organisation you work in, but one thing is certain: the workload decreases significantly due to robotisation. Employees can concentrate on more qualitative work and more complex matters, which is what makes work fun and varied! Therefore, added value and job satisfaction will increase considerably. Especially if a lot of data is still entered by hand or has to be checked manually in your company, this is a great advantage.
A robot does not stop, crave pizza, or watch Netflix. While you sleep, your robot keeps working, as long as your processes lend themselves to this. Think, for example, about handling applications on the website, processing SEPA mandates in financial systems, requesting duplicates, and so on. There are many possibilities in almost every business. Thanks to a robot, various tasks can continue non-stop.
Waiting on the line, or waiting for an email or letter. This is a major irritation factor and highly determinant of customer satisfaction. Processing speed is a serious reason for not recommending a company to others or even for switching to another supplier. Through robotisation, the customer immediately notices a higher speed of processing, receives the right information, and will experience an increase in quality on complex issues. As a result, repetitive queries will also be significantly reduced.
Chances for your business!
You may already see opportunities for your company here, but it is possible that much more can be achieved with robotisation. Therefore, we recommend that you opt for a personal inspiration session with one of our specialists. Together with you, they will look at the feasible options and take you through the possibilities step by step. This will give you a quick indication of what robotisation can offer you. You are guaranteed 90 highly valuable minutes. For now, that is your only 'investment'. We know from experience that the return on this inspiration session and advisory report will be surprisingly high.
In this video series, our colleague Ernst explains exactly what the robotisation of processes is and what you can do with it.
Robotisation of processes: what is it exactly, and must I do something with it?
You've heard of it, but what use is it in your business? Employees fear for their jobs, or they fear that their work will be taken from them by robots. And so there are more questions, facts, and fables. You would then want more insight into and knowledge of the background of RPA (Robotic Process Automation). To provide some answers, we have this e-book for you: RPA for dummies.
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Often, companies postpone the transition to robotisation because they are wary of the cost or complexity of the implementation process. A missed opportunity! These are the reasons why you want to start robotising right away:
A robot quickly pays for itself
Robotisation has a quick payback period. The average payback period is between 6 and 12 months. This is because you no longer have employees doing all the existing work, nor do you have to scale up manpower at peak times. Moreover, several processes can run on one robot.
Robotisation has no direct impact on the IT landscape
A robot can work with the output of the existing IT infrastructure, no matter how old this infrastructure is. Collecting, checking, processing, or even deleting is what a robot does. IT components are connected to one another without human intervention. Therefore, your existing infrastructure does not necessarily need to be replaced when you implement robotisation.
Auditors and security officers are happy about the implementation of robots
A robot is consistent. Every step a robot takes is logged and can be retrieved. For purposes of providing proof, this saves a lot of time and shows that you are in control of your processes.
How do I start with robotisation?
Gradually convince yourself and your company of the power of robotisation. With these tips, you give your robotisation process the best chance of success:
Tip 1: start small
Our most important advice: always start small! Build robots per process and modularly. The advantage of this is that you can set up a proof of concept or pilot without too much expense.
Tip 2: start where the impact is greatest
You deploy a robot exactly where it adds value. A big advantage, because that way you never have to buy in bulk.
Tip 3: let a robot make its appearance slowly
Don't immediately burden your entire organisation with something that is still elusive. This causes anxiety among employees: what does it mean for me and my job? Start with one department, for example. Give people time to get used to it and they might come up with their own ideas of what tasks a robot could take over.
“Whatever applies to your business, in our advisory report we name some concrete next steps. This is useful, because it allows you to get started with robotisation straight away!”
Want to know how and where you can best start with robotisation?
Register now for a personalised inspiration session. Our specialists will quickly give you the insight you need!
How does it work?
During this personal inspiration session, we will brainstorm together to find out which processes in your organisation would benefit most from robotisation, we will look at the impact on your business, and we will indicate the best place to start.
We schedule an appointment at a time that suits you. It can take place at your offices, at our offices, or online.
What does it cost?
These personal inspiration sessions are without obligation and free of charge.