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Diversified Robotic is a technology company that is committed to helping small to medium size businesses (SMBs) stay competitive. The goal of our company’s founders was to even the technological playing field that currently puts those businesses at a competitive disadvantage. Our end game is to ensure our clients confidently, and successfully thrive in a rapidly changing technological world.
Diversified Robotic is leading small and medium size businesses into the next tech revolution with Robotic Process Automation (RPA). What is RPA? RPA has often been referred to as “macros on steroids.” Simply put, it uses software robots (bots) to automate any business process. RPA enables employees to focus on higher-value work while autonomous multi-skilled software robots tirelessly perform error-free rules based transactions.
Manual labor is inevitably error prone. Mistakes can be very costly, so why make them in the first place? A robot will follow a specific set of instructions to the letter, hence would yield 100% accuracy.
When working with humans, scaling the production capacity up or down will trigger a significant amount of change, such as recruiting and training. With RPA, it is as simple as setting a few configurations on your RPA software.
A typical human workday is limited to 8 or 9 hour work shift. Whereas robots won’t complain even if you ask them to work 24X7. Hence with RPA, you can quicken the phase of your production cycles without compromising the quality or paying extra wages
RPA provides perfect consistency in performing the designed tasks the same, each time, and every time. Having access to error free, accurate data from various sources would improve the quality of analytics in the process. This leads to better decision making.
RPAs have shorter project cycles, which allow for parallel deployment of smaller components. This deployment process also can be automated to reduce the complexity
With automation of repetitive manual processes, administrative costs are significantly reduced and the need for back office resources is eliminated.
Robots will have a high throughput compared to the humans, due to tireless and timeless work shifts and lower error rate. Hence the efficiency and productivity of the business process will be higher.
RPA can be easily integrated to your existing application infrastructure without disrupting the core functionality of the business. You don’t need to add extra infrastructure or applications to support RPA, they can just blend in with what’s already in there.
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Founder & CEO
Wilton White is an entrepreneur with over 30 years of engineering experience. As an expert in multiple engineering disciplines, he found his true calling in Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and quickly realized how this technology could revolutionize how small and medium-size businesses scale and compete.
As a recognized leader in RPA technology, Wilton has put together an expert team that is helping small and medium-sized businesses take advantage of the same technology that he helped create for the Fortune 1000. His expertise allows business owners to invest in building their organizations while Wilton, and his Diversified Robotic team, create affordable, fixed cost solutions for their processes. Read the full story on how Diversified Robotic has become the pioneer for the SMB industry…
RPA is ideally suited for tasks involving transactional data from a variety of sources. Some examples of its current application include: Quote, invoice and contract management, inventory management, recruiting processes, accounts payable, travel and expenses, claims processing, collections, sales orders, compliance reporting, onboarding, procure-to-pay, education and training, payroll input and change of (address, address, name, etc.). It is estimated that up to 55 percent of the activities companies pay people to perform can be automated through RPA.
There are a few reasons many people in the midmarket haven’t heard much about RPA. To begin with, it is still a relatively new technology that is still maturing and has not yet attained its elevation curve. Given its relative newness, and its first traction among large corporations, there is a trickle-down effect that’s just starting to flow. Additionally, the technology has not had a public champion boosting it (we’re attempting to change that). We’ve got no doubt that as time goes by, the technology will expand exponentially and into many spectrums of this market.
In point of actual fact, RPA has the ability to create jobs that specifically allow employees to focus on higher value tasks. By automating repetitive and higher volume business activities such as order processing or copy-paste activities, RPA enables companies to leverage the advantages of increased productivity and efficiency by freeing time for workers to focus on value-adding activities, such as those that involve direct interaction with customers or optimization of inefficient business processes.
You should care about RPA since it’s among the fastest growing industries of the operational technology industry. It’s real, it is expanding and it may boost your company’s efficiency and productivity resulting in gains that reach directly to the bottom line. We believe any tech investment which provides the instant benefits that RPA can, is well worth knowing better.
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May 12, 2019
Kryon Channels ‘Robotic Process Automation’ – Channelnomics Channelnomics The software automation vendor launches new partner program to expand go-to-market capacity, coverage. Channelnomics Staff. The term “robotic process …
May 12, 2019
Companies are planning to spend big on robotic process automation ZDNet Expected benefits include increased productivity, better product quality, and improved customer *service*, according to new report.
May 5, 2019
UiPath nabs $568M at a $7B valuation to bring robotic process automation to the front office TechCrunch Companies are on the hunt for ways to reduce the time and money it costs their employees to perform repetitive tasks, so today a startup that has built a business …
April 28, 2019
Byte Back is partnering with a leading robotics process automation company Technical.ly DC 11 students will be guaranteed jobs once they receive their certifications from Byte Back’s first robotics process automation course, hosted in conjunction with …
April 14, 2019
RPA Won’t Take Jobs Away, GSA Says MeriTalk The General Services Administration (GSA) is using Robotic Process Automation (RPA) technology to increase efficiencies across the agency, and a top agency …
April 7, 2019
Top 11 RPA tools CIO Robotic process automation (RPA) can streamline business workflows by eliminating tedious manual tasks without requiring you to completely re-engineer …
March 24, 2019
Robotics process automation startup UiPath raising $400M at more than $7B valuation TechCrunch UiPath, a robotics process automation platform targeting IT businesses, is raising more than $400 million in Series D funding from venture capital investors at a …
March 24, 2019
CFOs betting big on AI, machine learning, robotics process automation as business goes digital ZDNet A Grant Thornton survey of CFOs found finance leaders will invest in emerging technologies with real returns on investment.
March 17, 2019
MFM’s March ‘Lunch and Learn’ to Offer Insights into Robotics Process Automation Multichannel News NORTHFIELD, IL. – March 15, 2019 – The Ins and Outs of Robotic Process Automation is the topic of the upcoming Distance Learning Webinar hosted by Media.
February 24, 2019
Robotic Process Automation Aims To Shake Up Various Industries Forbes Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is allowing businesses to automate certain mundane tasks and business processes with the aid of machine algorithms and …
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