Process analysis for automation

One of the first doubts that arise before the implementation of Robotic Process Automation in a company is what processes are suitable for automation and how much their automation will really contribute to the reimbursement of costs incurred.

Within the framework of our process analysis, we are able to identify processes that have great potential for automation and are able to bring a real profit.

For who?

Very often companies that want to start implementing RPA technology encounter various barriers. These barriers are related, for example, to the lack of a properly trained team, ignorance of available licenses, and the very possibilities of implementing automation.

Why is it worth it?

Process analysis for automation results in learning the potential to implement robotics in a company in the process aspect. It also shows the real benefits that its implementation can bring.

Main areas of activity


The lack of defined processes can be a huge obstacle to the effective implementation of RPA technology. Without this, at the outset, it is very difficult to determine to what extent the creation of robots will contribute to improve operations in the company. Therefore, one of the first steps in implementing RPA technology is our help in identifying all the processes to be analyzed in detail.


We examine the collected processes according to such criteria as: time consuming, number of employees involved, probability of manual errors, repeatability, possibility of arranging the process according to logical rules, having relevant data in digital form and stability of the process environment (e.g. applications, accesses, process steps). Thanks to such a preliminary analysis we are able to identify processes that have potential for robotization.


If, after analyzing the process, our team recommends it for RPA's automation, the next step is to prepare a report for client acceptance, containing recommendations from our specialists on related processes, which may also have the potential for automation. Moreover, the report contains such information as calculations showing the target savings: ROI (real return on investment in RPA's solutions) and FTE (full-time employment, i.e. real savings calculated in the number of full-time full-time jobs), estimation of the budget of performing robotization of the selected process.