Specialist, Manchester-based, Robotic Process Automations firm, Agile Automations, has appointed Shelina Begum to head up the company’s communications strategy.
As a small business owner, it can sometimes feel like you need eight arms to get everything done.
Manchester tech businesses have collaborated with industry leaders on the challenges around data sharing. The Virtual Innovation Lab, ran by FutureEverything, focused on how citizens can safely participate in society through digital platforms. As part of the Innovate Manchester programme, organisers brought together large businesses, SMEs and academia to exchange ideas on real-life scenarios.
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Every organisation can benefit from faster, more efficient, business processes; that’s a fact. Whether it’s processing payments, handling data or carrying out regulatory checks, by embracing technology you can streamline your business and liberate your workforce.
Bespoke, custom-coded RPA solutions deliver some unique advantages over off-the-shelf, record-and-play products. We have worked with several clients and compiled a list of the most commonly asked questions on RPA.
The Community Village will also showcase the incredible organisers and volunteers who run free meet-ups and courses across the city, all aimed at closing the skills gap.
What is RPA and how do we, at Agile Automations, stand out from the other solutions in the market?
The only solution here is the “Bespoke” RPA. The RPA solution - built using bespoke coding using agile methodology, that can be updated with a couple of lines of code and can always stay ahead of the change.
Robotic process automation (RPA) is the application of technology that allows a software application, a “robot” to capture and interpret existing applications for processing a transaction or process, manipulating data, triggering responses, and communicating with other systems or applications.