Robotic process automation (RPA) is expected to be one of the hot trends in 2021, as organisations across the globe look to gain competitive advantage.
Automation has the potential to streamline business processes, freeing up time, money and talent, while ensuring better efficiency.
The concept of RPA is simple: repetitive tasks can be done by bots, while people focus on creating additional value.
However, the reality is not always so simple, says Graham Fry, MD of RPA developer SpacePencil.
“Organisations are finding that the cost and effort of implementing many RPA projects could outstrip the return on investment (ROI) they hope to get,” he explains.
SpacePencil has developed Roboteur, a low-code platform that simplifies the design, development and implementation of RPA. “It’s now quick and relatively simple to build bots that can immediately start delivering an ROI,” says Fry.
Roboteur is available on-premise or in the cloud, on a licensing or pay per use basis. “And there are no hidden upfront costs: no expensive onboarding for resellers, no special skills that end user developers need to acquire,” says Fry.
The solution is suitable for SMEs right up to large enterprises. Roboteur is already deployed in a number of South African organisations, and is rolling out in international markets as well.
SpacePencil will demonstrate Roboteur and it’s low-code platform to resellers and end users on Friday (27 November) in Johannesburg.
27 November – 08h30 for 09h00
Bryanston Country Club
63 Bryanston Drive