RPA with Scheer – Dual digitization of your business processes

We offer you a maximum of flexibility around the topic of RPA (robotic process automation). The software robot is combined with our model-based middleware integration platform, a combination that results in completely new possibilities for the digitization of your company’s business processes.

Dependent on the process you decide yourself whether you make use of the middleware and the software robot in combination or each one individually. Primarily this approach makes sense because both technologies have strengths in differing tasks, so they complement each other perfectly. Whilst the software robot is brilliant for standardized routine tasks, an interface connection via middleware is more suitable for more complex processes.

Thanks to the robot and a centralized data hub, legacy systems can also be used in our digital era. Whether you implement differing processes by robot or make use of middleware, the comprehensive dashboards and sophisticated analysis tools offered by the integration platform give you a high level of transparency and the complete overview of your system landscape at all times.

Furthermore, you can digitize your processes within days rather than months.

What benefits does RPA offer?

  • For a start, an RPA system can be operated with very little effort. As already shown, the robot is active only on the software interface
  • In addition, the use of a software robot requires only limited IT know-how. This means that employees in specialist departments are capable of using a software robot themselves
  • Primarily the robot increases the efficiency and productivity of your department as you no longer need to leave “robotic” (repetitive) tasks to your employees but can assign them to more demanding and challenging projects
  • Meaningful RPA tasks are, for example, the assumption of routine tasks, regular reporting and data input, the creation, archiving and extraction of mass mailings ERP transactions as well as the manual comparison of data. The robot is however not suitable for every area of application. A robot will come up against its limits with creative tasks and processes that are not regularly implemented
  • If such tasks are executed automatically there is considerable potential for savings
  • Repetitive tasks are completed faster and more efficiently by robots – in the final analysis the robots doesn’t need to take a break. Modern RPA solutions can therefore be amortized often in comparatively short periods of time

RPA in overview