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  1. 1. A seminar on Robotic Process Automation Mahatma Gandhi Mission’s College Of Engineering & technology Guided by : S.S.Wagre Representation by: Saurabh S. Pawar (217) Shrish S. Pattewar (239) 1
  2. 2. INDEX • Robot • Areas where Robots can be used • Automation • Robotic Process Automation • Uses and Application of RPA • Advantages and Dis-advantages of RPA • Types of RPA • Examples of RPA • Tools • Conclusion • Reference 2
  3. 3. ROBOT A robot is a machine that can move and do certain tasks. Robots are controlled by a computer program or electronic circuit. They may be directly controlled by humans. A robot is a machine designed to execute one or more tasks automatically with speed and precision. 3
  4. 4. ADVANTAGES OF ROBOTS SAFETY SPEED CONSISTENCY PERFECTION PRODUCTIVITY 4
  5. 5. DIS-ADVANTAGES OF ROBOT Complex and expensive tools to buy and install. Needs a skilled operator to handle robot. Will cause breakdown if computer system fails. Precise programming needed. High standard of maintenance required. 5
  6. 6. AREAS WHERE ROBOTS CAN BE USED Repetitive tasks Dangerous tasks Impossible tasks Space robots Underwater robots 6
  7. 7. AUTOMATION Automation is any method performed without human intervention by a robot. Automation is the creation and application of technologies to produce and deliver goods and services with minimal human intervention. The implementation of automation technologies, techniques and processes improve the efficiency and speed of many tasks that were previously performed by humans. 7
  8. 8. ROBOTIC PROCESS AUTOMATION • Robotic process automation (RPA) refers to software that can be easily programmed to do basic, repetitive tasks across applications. • RPA creates and deploys a software robot with the ability to launch and operate other software. • Designed primarily for office-type functions, RPA works like a digital assistant. 8
  9. 9. USES OF RPA fig.1 uses of RPA 9
  10. 10. fig.2 RPA steps 10
  11. 11. fig.3 RPA use in business processes 11
  12. 12. APPLICATIONS OF RPA CUSTOMER SERVICE:- RPA can help companies offer better customer service by automating contact center tasks. FINANCIAL SERVICES:-Company in financial services can use RPA for foreign exchange payments, automating account opening, etc. HEALTHCARE:-Medical organization can use RPA for maintaining patient record, customer service, billing, etc. 12
  13. 13. TYPES OF ROBOTIC PROCESS AUTOMATION ATTENDED AUTOMATION: These tools involve human intervention during performing automation methods. UN-ATTENDED AUTOMATION: These tools are clever and have the capacity for decision-making. HYBRID AUTOMATION: These tools have both capacity attended and unattended. 15
  14. 14. Robotic Process Automation tools Selection of RPA Tool should be based on following 4 parameters: • Data: Easy of reading and writing business data into multiple systems • Type of Tasks mainly performed: Ease of configuring rules-based or knowledge-based processes. • Interoperability: Tools should work across multiple applications • AI: Built-in AI support to mimic human users • Popular Robotic Automation Tools: Blue prism, Automation AnyWhere, UiPath etc..
  15. 15. EXAMPLE fig.4 Example of RPA 16
  16. 16. MORE EXAMPLES fig.5 Example of RPS 17
  17. 17. ADVANTAGES OF RPA LESS CHANCE OF ERROR INCREASE ACCURAC Y INCREASE EFFICIENC Y COST REDUCTION QUICK DATA ENTRY CONSISTEN CY 13
  18. 18. DIS-ADVANTAGES OF RPA • The automated task increases unemployment. RPA is reducing the need for human power, so it has the potential to eliminate the jobs. • There is no innovative thinking in Robotic Process Automation. • The RPA project or system needs regular reconfiguration. • It is a costly technology as compare to any other technology. • There is a lack of technical ability in the RPA projects. 14
  19. 19. Conclusion • In this presentation, the topic of robotic process automation was fundamentally explained. • Due to its non-invasive integration into the existing system landscape, Robotic Process Automation can be easily introduced and initial processes can be automated quickly. • This makes it a good way to approach the topic of digitization in your company or to expand it further. 19
  20. 20. References S. Aguirre and A. Rodriguez, "Automation of a business process using robotic process automation (RPA): A case study", Proc. Appl. Comput. Sci. Eng. 4th Workshop Eng. Appl. (WEA), pp. 65-71, 2017. W. A. Ansari, P. Diya, S. Patil and S. Patil, "A review on robotic process automation-the future of business organizations", Available at SSRN 3372171, 2019. M. Buckingham and A. Goodall, "How deloitte killed forced rankings: Interaction", Harvard Bus. Rev., vol. 93, no. 6, pp. 18-19, 2015. C. Cewe, D. Koch and R. Mertens, "Minimal effort requirements engineering for robotic process automation with test driven development and screen recording", Proc. Int. Conf. Bus. Process Manage., pp. 642-648, 2017. 20 [1] [2] [3] [4]
  21. 21. THANK YOU 21

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