Business Process Automation

Business process automation (BPA) is defined as the automation of complex business processes and functions beyond conventional data manipulation and record-keeping activities, usually through the use of advanced technologies listed below.

Business process automation, also known as business automation or digital transformation, is the technology-enabled automation of complex business processes. It can streamline a business for simplicity, achieve digital transformation, increase service quality, improve service delivery or contain costs.

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Business process automation is the use of technology to execute recurring tasks or processes in a business where manual effort can be replaced. It is done to minimize costs, increase efficiency, and streamline processes.

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Applying BPM can ensure that standard procedures are defined and followed for common day‐to‐day activities, and can help manage the soft resources (information, data, labor assignment) and hard resources (equipment, material) that are relevant to those activities. BPM can also help automate routine yet repetitive tasks or support the individuals whose expertise is required for non‐routine tasks. For example, organizations often generate large amounts of paperwork from routine internal activities since data must be generated, shared, and stored on a regular basis. The processes involved can be quite complex and add yet another complication to new employee training. BPM can help alleviate this problem by providing clearly defined processes for employees and managers to follow. This allows your people to spend their time moving your business forward instead of running in circles looking for the right person or the right information they need