For most industries today, automating processes within cloud-native environments has enormous potential business value. However, justifying the cost of more expensive solutions, like API-based automation, for example, is fast becoming a harder sell for companies with limited budgets and finite IT resources. Chicago-based Wavicle’s RPA consultants have a better way—employing leading-edge RPA technology to help your business lower operating costs, increase flexibility, improve process accuracy, and promote more effective collaboration between your business and IT.
Beyond most RPA companies, Wavicle’s deep Enterprise RPA process development experience allows enterprises to better conceptualize and develop process optimization initiatives from a business user perspective, rather than primarily an IT challenge. Our engagements target functions across the entire spectrum of your business landscape, including but not limited to:
- Help desk support
- Staff onboarding
- New customer account creation/modification
- Accounts payable/receivable
- Supply chain and Inventory
- Merging separate ERP systems due to business acquisitions
- Finance and cyclical bookkeeping
- MDM management
- Systems administration
Successful enterprise RPA solutions require due diligence in constructing a solid architectural framework that can scale to support and drive new automation further. Working with your IT organization, we are committed to getting it right the first time, expanding your existing architectures to meet the new demands these processes will inevitably have on existing data frameworks, APIs, scripts, or processes.
Creating and modifying automated processes should result in improved scalability, reliability, security, and manageability of your data. Wavicle’s approach to enterprise RPA solutions is intended to take these goals further to help your business shift into an even higher, more productive gear. Our RPA engagements empower the ultimate business users with more control over their automation, with the capability to modify RPA processes themselves as business needs change, minimizing IT involvement while speeding up problem resolution.