IQ Bot Primary Use Case
CFO at Travel Food Services ltd
We primarily use our IQ Bot for scanning documents that we get from the vendors. That is number one. We also use it as an HR input tool. When we receive physical documents from an employee wishing to join us, we run them past our IQ Bot solution, updating the master for all employees.
Ours is a retail business, so we use the solution to do continuous management of our recruitment process. From this perspective, maintaining the records of our employees is one of our key challenges. We use the solution primarily for HR data input, although we also employ it for backups.
At times we have to carry the nutrition facts as these relate to our billing cycle in respect of employees and customers.
Should the employee or customer request this, we must scan the nutrition facts of all the treated goods into our system. Previously, this took time, as there were errors such as would be found with the different classes of sodium-potassium or something in a particular product. We do this with an IQ Bot, as well. But, this is at the proof of concept stage. We have not gone with the dark system, the HR system being light.
Director Intelligent Automation at a computer software company with 501-1,000 employees
This solution is primarily used for financial use cases like invoice processing and inventory reconciliation processes. Those are the classic use cases when we talk about IQ Bot. It deals with multiple types of invoices that have different structures, different data, and sometimes different images. This product has already been templatized and fits directly into any type of invoice coming in. If you have a new type of invoice then you have to train the tool to identify those new objects. We are partners with IQ Bot and also consultants. We assist our customers with implementing this tool. I'm an RPA director.
We go into companies and help them automate their processes — that's really what we do. If somebody wants to automate their processes, we have a couple of partnerships.
Usually what happens is, when our clients are scraping off the web, one client takes a report off the web, and then they publish it to their people. In the past, somebody would sit in front of the screen and they would type it in manually. Now, instead of doing that, a bot goes up, scrapes it up, and puts it into a file which they can then distribute.
We'll take that stuff and then generate a file — that's what we do. There's the data that has to be brought in from two files, or is brought in from the web. They would combine that data to create the file.View full review »
Technical Architect at a computer software company with 10,001+ employees
We used IQ BOT for document processing. It was semi unstructured data from the farms and some of the reports that were coming in. We were scanning them and then reading out the details and format and incorporating that in another application.View full review »
Senior Software Engineer at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Software Architect at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
I use it for reading some data from PDFs. I am putting this data into Excel spreadsheets.
I have used IQ Bot in my own installation as well as in the cloud. I have used it as a trial and as a part of a customer IT data center. I use it on a monthly basis.View full review »
I have worked on two processes. One process was pretty simple, and another one was a complex process.View full review »
Solution Architect at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
I am currently testing IQ Bot, and we are evaluating it from technical and business perspectives. We haven't yet put anything in production. We are looking into business cases, and we are also checking it out from the IT perspective in terms of how it works, what we can do with it, and so on. We are also working with the RPA part of Automation Anywhere.
We are using one version prior to the latest one. They seem to have released a newer version, and we will upgrade soon. It is deployed in our AWS environment. It is more or less on-premise, but it is still in the AWS space.View full review »
Manager Carrier Operations at a logistics company with 501-1,000 employees
We are currently using this solution, and are interested in providing services to our clients in the future.
We are using IQ Bot for the internal finance department. We are dealing with invoices from many different vendors.View full review »
We have automated several processes for several customers. We have used this tool to automate processes for a bank. We have also set it up for another customer to download purchase orders and put information in a database to consolidate the information they have in the SAP system.View full review »
RPA Developer at a retailer with 5,001-10,000 employees
The IQ Bot that we develop is actually for detecting text in a PDF invoice file. Companies generally have different types of invoices from different clients with different formats. We use IQ Bot to detect the information we need from the different formats. We plan to deploy this to our customers but meanwhile have two or three people using it in our company. We deal with the maintenance in-house. We use IQ Bot when there's a relevant project, it depends on the case. We are partners with IQ Bot and I'm an RPA developer.
VP at a manufacturing company with 5,001-10,000 employees
Senior TAP Manager MXD at a outsourcing company with 10,001+ employees
We have a group of customers that provide services for contact centers, and those customers have their own systems. Frequently, we can find opportunities for automation so we execute the analysis to search for what kinds of solutions we can deploy. After the development, we charge
We use it with Automation Anywhere version 11.View full review »
My team uses IQ Bot primarily for unstructured data. Some of the use cases are related to capturing imagine-related data.
We mainly use it for invoicing and other similar things. We use it to extract the data in different kinds of forms.
We used it with a construction company that was doing manual time sheet entries that had to be given to HR by the end of the day. They would then translate the time sheet data into digital data to process payroll, attendance, and so on. So, we were tasked to get that particular time sheet and then use the IQ Bot solution to automate extraction of data and further processes.View full review »
We use IQ Bot to improve the OCR capabilities in our automation.View full review »
Our clients use the solution to automate back-office processes such as credit requirements. They also may use it to review contracts and to process invoices.View full review »
Software Engineer at a computer software company with 51-200 employees
IQ Bot has the capability to identify changes, for example, in an invoice set up in a particular format, and remap its settings to reflect the changes. Also, it has the ability to learn by itself.View full review »
I am a developer and I have used IQ Bot for one project. It is used for automation.View full review »
RPA Developer at a performing arts with 10,001+ employees
We use it as an extraction tool.View full review »