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How can RPA help transform your service?

Robotic Process Automation for Policing is the application of technology that allows software robots (also known as bots) to mimic human actions, which are repetitive, rule based tasks that would otherwise be performed manually, such as data entry, report generation, and customer service. 

Essentially, RPA is like having a virtual assistant that can take care of a lot of routine tasks, freeing up human capacity to focus on more strategic and creative work.

With our depth of knowledge in process, data and systems we are uniquely positioned to help Public Safety organisation, watch our video for more information about public safety robotic process automation.

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Why Choose RPA?

Bots can undertake tasks 4–10x faster than a human, freeing up staff time to focus on other critical activities.

Bots are available 24/7 and can undertake whenever required, giving back time for critical activities.

Bots are easy to schedule and assign responsibilities. They can also be upgraded relatively quickly if the process requirements change or require increased responsiveness.

Bots only do what they are told. They will never miscalculate, provided input data and business rules are correct, output data will be correct and consequently improve data quality.

Bots increase the capacity of organisations allowing them to do more and allow teams to tackle backlogs faster.

Bots are cheaper, faster, available 24/7 and can improve productivity and data quality, resulting in lower operational costs. Most organisations report 20-30% cost reduction and 30-50% ROI within 6 months on such projects.

Bots collect information on everything they undertake allowing full retroactive inspection on every transaction.

Bots work with your existing applications and systems, enabling swifter digital transformation.

By giving bots the mundane tasks, employees focus on the things that people do best (thinking, deciding, producing, and creating). This improves staff resilience and reduces attrition rates freeing up more time to do transformational work and adopt new ways of working.