For decades, the manufacturing industry has used physical robots to assemble, test, and package their products. These robots help in streamlining the assembly line, but the industry still struggles to keep back-office processes fast and simple due to complex user interfaces of core legacy applications.
Manufacturing companies are turning to Robotic Process Automation (RPA) to streamline and optimize complex back-office operations such as vendor communication, payment processing, report generation, and more. RPA is a non-invasive technology that seamlessly integrates with legacy systems, and automates repetitive and time-consuming back-office operations at a higher speed and accuracy. When it is applied to the bigger applications such as supply chain operations, product support, engineering, and product development, businesses can derive more value in the long term.
Decision makers within small and mid-size manufacturing companies who are responsible for improving operational efficiency, reducing costs, and optimizing business processes.
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