Automation Anywhere (AA) Processes Automated

What processes have you automated using this solution?

VP IS Global Development at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We have automated our China tariffs, some invoicing stuff, a lot of processes for finance, and some mundane closing tasks.
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Architecht at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We have automated pretty much everything: premium registration, claims processing, underwriting. We have touched upon many processes.
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RPA Business Lead at World Bank
We have automated transaction processing, especially accounts payable, as well as document handling on the HR side, document-reading capabilities, and the downloading of reports from websites and sharing them with users.
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IT Director at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We have use cases in multiple groups: Supply chain, HR, and finance, which has three or four currently identified. We have already implemented a few use cases. E.g., we are automating the entire payment process for accounts receivable.
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RPA Developer at a consultancy with 1,001-5,000 employees
We've automated journal entries, bank reconciliations, different claims-accounting - a lot of finance processes. For example, we created a system where accountants can drop in journal entries and the journal entries will get read and posted to our system.
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Associate Director, Healthcare Technology Solutions at a consultancy with 5,001-10,000 employees
We have automated a lot of processes serving human resources, legal, life sciences, financial services, healthcare (on the payer and provider sides), and IT. We're all over the place.
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Automation Architect at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
We primarily work in the insurance business. So, we do a lot of insurance back office operations. These are the types of processes that we have automated.
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Director at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
We use Automation Anywhere to automate financial processes, invoices, billing, etc.
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Operations Leader at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We use it for multiple internal processes across multiple functions.
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Infrastructure Manager at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
The primary use case is to automate any type of process, mostly for payments, wealth management, and loans.
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Senior Associate, IT at a financial services firm with 201-500 employees
We have automated our reconciliation process.
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Business Transformation Manager at a maritime company with 10,001+ employees
Primarily, we have automated finance and cost control related expenses.
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Jian Chen
Systems Engineer at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We have automated account reconciliations.
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Chief Architect at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
It automates forms for our customers and our analysts.
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BPM Analyst at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
We use it enterprise-wide for HR, IT, and in the front-end of our transfer agency. The bot helps organizes certain HR classes, letting the organization know when classes have not been completed. We have uploaded certain fund model data to third-party portals. We can set up new accounts in less than a week, where it use to take months.
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Sunil Ranka
Founder at Predikly
We have automated some 30 or 40 processes including ERP, Financials, manual data scaping from various websites, offloading data from Excel into an application, etc. We've done quite a few.
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Solution Manager at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We have automated every finance-based operation, from collections to invoice processing. We have also worked to implement the solution with customer service, operations, and IT.
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Will Haskell
Supervisor at a energy/utilities company with 5,001-10,000 employees
We have automated in marketing, finance, our commercial organization, and are moving into HR.
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Asif Hussain
Senior Project Manager / RPA Architect at Royal Cyber Inc.
We used to have certain lists of vendors who billed every month. They had a specific format to their invoices. Using bots to read through those invoices, we were able to pick up relevant data and enter it into the finance systems.
It was implemented for is filling out timesheets from the managers. There are certain managers who have to allocate hours to multiple employees, around 40 to 45 employees. Each month, they decided how much time that they will allocate to each of resource. Using a robot, they can automatically fill in the timesheet on Zoho, which is the timesheet system that the company uses.
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Vice President & Head of HR - L&T Defence at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Our primary use case is banking/financial. Processes we have automated include loans, ledgering, mortgage loans, and even some of the record management systems.
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Senior Consultant at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
We have automated some fund management and fund reconciliation processes, which has been done successfully.
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Configuration Specialist at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We have automated processes from the finance, accounting, treasury, and tax departments.
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André Scher
CEO at Auctus
We have several use cases for Automation Anywhere: Grab data from one site to another. We run all cache processes through it. We can get more information using IQ Bots.
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Digital Analyst at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Our organization used to have a process which took five business days to do: our monthly pricing update. This was a very manual process. Our very first bot built was to automate this process. Now, the bot runs in the background every month and the process takes less than a day to run.
We have automated our pricing update and audit functions that we do as an operations team.
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Senior Group Manager at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
We have an automation that we just put in production where we are doing a double-blind quality review. The bot is comparing the two entries and kicking out a large number of exceptions for human review. We have saved a large number of hours every day by not having humans look at things that match.
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Continuous Improvement Manager at a energy/utilities company with 10,001+ employees
We use it to automate IT processes.
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Katherine Herbel
RPA Lead at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
We are using it to automate company processes all across our firm: finance, legal, compliance, and customer client account servicing.
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Anantha Kancherla
AVP Solutions at CIGNEX Datamatics
The primary use case is for automating our mortgage and loan origination processes.
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Jiaming Deng
Developer at Normandy Insurance
In my previous company, a payroll employee would close a payroll, which resulted in him receiving six to seven reports. He managed 15 companies. Each report took him 30 to 40 minutes per company. With Automation Anywhere, I was able to save this work time for him. He was then able to focus on other value-added tasks. The bot now pulls the report for him, sending it directly to the client.
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Product Manager at a university with 5,001-10,000 employees
We have automated back office and customer services.
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Alexandre Dusseault
Technical Lead at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We have automated processes for loans, moving money across accounts, and transferring money between our institution to another.
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Vinay Sridhar
IT Team Lead at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We are focusing on automating back office tasks, such as financial process with financial documents and HR processes.
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RPA Developer at Verizon Communications
We have automated a lot of back-end processes. We started with easier tasks and are moving onto more complex tasks now.
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Shruthi Kamat
Sr Process Manager at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We check if the process is automate-able, meaning there is no human interaction needed, no judgments to be made, etc., and then move forward and start automating.
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James Luxford
VP Automation at Genpact
The main processes that we have automated with this solution are order to cash, procure to pay and record to report.
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Dimitris Papageorgiou
Partner at Ernst & Young
Finance, accounts payable, accounts receivable, invoicing, validation, HR, payroll, onboarding, candidate screening, and IT.
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Matthew Wilde
Director of Shared Services at iHeartMedia
We have two very separate systems which need to talk to each other. It sounds very simple, but we have a job that takes a file from one system and loads it into another. But it has to do that close to 1500 times. It's a job that used to be done manually, by 150 people in 150 different markets. Now, it's something that's done during the middle of the night, and when they come in it's all completed. So it was a very simple task, but there was a lot of volume. It has saved everybody a lot of time and it has saved a huge amount of manpower.
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Brian Dsouza
Sr IS Manager at Amgen Inc.
We have automated a number of processes in accounting and finance: month-end close, eliminating profits, reconciliation, some in HR, some in operations, inventory to sell, and various other finance and account processes.
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Bill Weathersby
Board member at Transform AI
We have done a little bit of everything: Oracle,, using Citrix, we did an order to cash, and in the IQ Bot world, we seem to be doing a lot of AR and invoice-to-pay (those are the two that we see the most). We will be moving into medical billing next. Since we have done some really good prototypes with medical records, I think we are ready to go there next.
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BPM Analyst at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
We have automated some of our HR applications, where there are certain courses. Because we're in a financial industry, we have to maintain certain certifications, etc. Some of that is automated where we help generate reports back to HR. In some cases, there are some very front-end, which are CSRs. We have processes automated for them so they have a less manual work effort.
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Kalyan Bitra
CTO at Sage IT
What we have automated is taking on the automating process and making sure the automation process is touching all the components in a sequential fashion, then somebody is offboarding it. How do you make sure all the systems access either taking out or restricting it in a way that is one automation? We can only do that with Automation Anywhere because it has helped enable us to do that faster.
There are a couple of other examples, e.g., loan processing system, where there are multiple documents coming in multiple formats. Structure on structure, and often, there are a lot of back office operations where this is happens and you are actually consuming the data, feeding it to your loan processing systems, or any other systems that you use.
What we have used with Automation Anywhere is take those desperate applications which are coming in with the various forms of data with the intent that they are built-in with IQ Bot of Automation Anywhere, then combine them with the tasks that MetaBots from Automation Anywhere provides, and we were able to automate the process. So, how can we cut shorter on the areas of arrangement, decision-making, and error reduction? We were able to do that in one of the loan processing system applications.
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Scott Francis
CEO at BP3
We have automated a different variety of processes, anything from inbound communications, from clients to our customer. Those inbound communications have to be processed and digested, then acted upon, some of which can be straight-through process automated, which is a fantastic time savings for them. The ones that can't be, can be routed to the right folks in a very quick manner, rather than being manually read and inspected, then categorized and passed on.
We have also addressed financial processes around invoice reconciliation or accounts payable. There are processed around sales. If you think about how people use Salesforce and spreadsheets and other systems around Salesforce. There is a lot of copying and pasting of data in and out of Salesforce, then into those other systems. We can make all that go away, so their sales reps can focus on selling. So, there are a lot of great use cases like that.
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Payal Handiwala
Automation Architect at Moody's Corporation
We try to automate processes within the operations department of our company.
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Rakesh Rajagopal
Automation Leader at Hexaware Technologies Limited
We use it for simple processes, but also for complex. We usually take up simple processes for manual tasks, which are easy to automate.
We have mostly done financial services: finance and accounting processes. That has been for the most part. We have also used it in HR and recruitment to find resumes online, and in other processes.
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Priya Batish
Business Advisory Manager (AVP) at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
It can automate any processes where the process is well established, standard, or stable, and there are not many changes in the process. For example, a simple task, such as logging into a website, launching a website and doing systematic sketch on the website, can easily be captured to Automation Anywhere. In some cases, you are doing processes which require you to log into a website and connect information or fill in information. This is pretty much doable. I see lot of applications, especially in finance and accounting domain.
The good thing about Automation Anywhere is that any process, which is repetitive, rule-based, and only requires you to do the coding onscreen can be automated. Therefore, Automation Anywhere makes for a good use case. Wherever the process is rule-based and deterministic, with no decisions to be made, you can use it.
You might have a lot of steps where you need to either extract data, repeat data, or collect data. All of those processes can be automated through RPA, and especially Automation Anywhere. You can use even automation from the server side, not just websites. The only constraint is that the process should not require human intervention and decision making.
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Senior RPA Consultant at a Consumer Goods with 10,001+ employees
I have worked with the Windows, Excel, and web applications along with some sort of the SAP automation and how to automate that SAP data.
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Chinmay Dhabal
Application Developer Analyst at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
For the client with 70,000 to 80,000, we created an SQL database to maintain all their records using bots. E.g., if a bot failed, then another bot would retry using the same information. In the "You Ready" phase, this process was 95 to 98 percent successful. When we finally moved it to production, we had between 99 to 100 percent accuracy. This took us around one and a half months to set up. Two development levels were involved along with an architect who was guiding us.
With another client, we used to receive around a million files. Per day, we would have to process around 70,000 to 80,000 records, uploading data where the volume was huge. We deployed the process in multiple bots, using about 20 bots to get the process done. For this client, every second used mattered. We had to code the bot in such a way that we could save every second for them. We had to figure out how much time the bot took and the cost savings for any particular data. We used the workload feature of Automation Anywhere get it done.
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Reginald Christian
Head IT Operations and Infrastructure at a consultancy with 10,001+ employees
In my current organization, we are seeing great results, especially with the financial and civil processes.
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Shashi Pagadala
Manager of RPA Development at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
For accounting and finance statistic, we have reconciliation specific processes, such as rates uploads into systems. The majority of our development is on SAP and Excel. We are focusing on the financial services area, so our use cases are more related to finance and accounting.
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RPA Lead Architect at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
For the finance team, they have custom themes for classification of engineering parts. This was one of our largest scaled automation projects. The process was that an engineer would do: A wheel comes in, and they want to classify it. They need to do the research to classify it. They pull up the data from different tools. E.g., they pull up a drawing with specifications of it. A bot will now do this research instead.
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Sunilkumar Venugopal
RPA Solution Architect at Olam International
We use unattended bots for all the financial reporting. We have also done some use cases in master data management (MDM).
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Punith Venkatesh
Consultant at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
A process that I automated was taking data from one of website and matching/reconciling it with bank statements. I used Automation Anywhere to place the data from our website and compare that with the bank statement. Most of the bank statements were in PDF format. I extradited the data from the PDF format and copied that to an SCS Suite file. From there, I started comparing the values and reconciling them.
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Sujay Ghosh
Team Lead at Accenture
We serve different clients of ours helping them streamline or ease out with their day-to-day activities. There is a team who identifies which activities can be automated end-to-end. They prepare a proposal sheet, which comes to us, and we do the feasibility of it: How much of that activity can be automated. Then, we proceed from there.
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Abhineet Sood
Consultant at Zs
We do a lot of data analytics and strategy consulting work. The work that we have automated so far is our legacy suite of applications, doing all the reporting, data extraction from different web sources, and collating the information, then publishing to websites.
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Neethushree S
QA in RPA at a pharma/biotech company with 10,001+ employees
We picking processes that are more manual and consume more time. We pick a case where it consumes more time when an individual does it. When an automation platform with a bot does it, less time is needed and it is more efficient. This way we have reduced manpower on these manual tasks.
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Business Technology Analyst at a consultancy with 5,001-10,000 employees
All the data that comes in has to be QC'd. Automation Anywhere helps us by automating the QC part.
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Harish Bennalli
Senior App Developer at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
We use it for application-based automation. We are trying to mimic our operations to redundant business users' tasks, like clearing claims and loans.
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Principal Analyst at a Consumer Goods with 10,001+ employees
We have automated financial and IT tasks.
We have automated many SAP processes, including posting the entries and POs to SAP.
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Vimalraj Nagendran
Senior Manager Middleware at Extreme Networks
Our use case is spread across multiple areas: We are using it in finance: automating the month-end process. There are a lot of review processes that happen every week. We are in the middle of that. We have a product lifecycle management process that when we close the books on a product, information needs to go into multiple systems. We have another bot in system for this.
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Saurabh Soni
Manager at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We have automated the complete process of code review. The bot is solving the problem of ensuring the compliance of reviewing code. People used to generally skip the code review process, because it was exhaustive. Bots can review the complete standards of the code, whatever is there, ensuring the compliance and eventually saving time.
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Avinash Nyamati
Senior Analyst at Merck KGaA
We had around more than 300 tickets every month coming in for just this use case. We went live last month and the tickets went down to around 80 as of August 20th. While it might touch around 100, over a period of around six months it will become zero because we have not removed all the legacy data. We are just doing it from the go date of when we went live. The target is that it will be zero after three months. So, it's working well.
I have one application that does not publish any APIs. However, there is one activity where every employee needs to be registered in that particular application. Now, we use Automation Anywhere for this. So, we get the data from the source data using the front-end of that application through the Automation Anywhere script. Then, we do registration of the employees into that application. Previously, this was being done by people on our service desk. Now, we are using Automation Anywhere to do this activity. This has saved a lot of time.
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Principal Analyst at a Consumer Goods with 10,001+ employees
We have automated a lot of data management and cleansing.
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Dona Manuel
Technical Lead at Titan company
Our primary use for this product is BOE (Bill of Entry affecting imports in India) analysis and processing.
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Gopalkrishna Baskarabhatla
Architect at Cisco
I have taken one of the finance processes, which is completely Excel driven, and consolidated more than 20 Excel files of large volumes of data by drawing pivot tables and all sorts of yield curves on the Excel files. I converted this structured, formulaic process to the bot. There are features within the Automation Anywhere which let you do types of keystrokes, formatting in Excel sheets, etc. The process used to take more than 30 hours for the user to complete on a quarterly basis. With the development of this bot, the bot can run the entire process within an hour and a half. It saves about more than 20 hours of time for the user. This is just one example. There are other bots saving hundreds of productivity hours per quarter.
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RPA Developer at a financial services firm with 201-500 employees
We have hundreds of cases a day. There were around two to three employees who were just moving a case from one state to another. This was a repetitive, tedious job, which was frustrating for the employees. It helps to have the bot doing this work now. We have immediately seen effects, so this is a good use for it.
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RPA Developer and BA at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We have automated processes in finiancing, IT and engineering.
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Logeshbabu Jothy
Head Transformer at FLSmidth
We have automated our AR and finance from end-to-end and continue to expand development into other areas.
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Mahaan Pai
IT Analyst at a software R&D company with 10,001+ employees
We have automated some banking processes which reduces error and speeds processing.
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Technical Lead at Verizon Communications
We have automated a lot of business processes including finance, supply chain, network and other business facets.
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Product Owner of RPA at a mining and metals company with 10,001+ employees
For a finance process, we are able to initially do it at segment level. We handle one section, then automate that section. We will then move onto the payroll side and automate that part of it. At a higher level, we are able to merge both processes. Now, we are able to do end-to-end automation: From creating a quotation. To creating a purchase order. To doing a payment to the vendor. To payment to our employees. We are able to visualize the areas of automation as well as do the automation in a fast manner. That's one of the immediate contributions that we are having.
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Technical Analyst at Tesco India
We have automated a lot of processes, e.g., claim processing and payments.
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Sagakumar Gangipelly
Sr. Software Engineer at Ryan India Tax
We are currently using it for a lot of projects, like repetitive or manual tasks. We are building bots to free human beings from boring jobs/tasks. We are working daily on Automation Anywhere to automate our processes.
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Venkata Sreedhar Nalam
Technical Architect at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We primarily automate processes for the banking and financial sectors. This means all credit related stuff, such as loan applications and operations.
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Gurvinder Singh Dhaliwal
Director at Goldensource
We monitor all applications frequently. Some reports are created and sent to clients. Some of these reports are manual and would about an hour to get all the vouchers, check all the schedules, and check all the results. We created a bot which does this automatically every four to six hours. I test for failure, then a consolidated email is sent to the client directly.
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Deepinka Singh
Developer at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
We have these invoices which gets generated every month. We have to enter these invoice details into the stacks. It is a tedious task that is done by our finance team. We have automated the process of entering the details into the stack, and t reduces a lot of manual work.
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Guruprasad Belle
AVP at a software R&D company with 10,001+ employees
There is one user registration process in one application where there is no API which has been published by that framework. This is a very proprietary in one application by a third-party. So, there was a help desk, and whenever a call went to the help desk, they had a front-end where they created these user registrations. Now, this is completely automated for all employees who are onboarded. We receive the data, it is put it into Excel, and from Excel, it will update it into the particular tool where the registration happens.
On the service desk, they are using ServiceNow with a VPN connection. Now, they are logging using Automation Anywhere as a bot, which logs into a ServiceNow. It will then take that VPN request and create it on the server.
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