RPA in the Manufacturing industry plays a major role in streamlining operations by automating business processes to be more efficient and effective
Physical robots are used for assembling, testing and packing products in several manufacturing companies. Despite this, companies face pain points in common back-office processes such as keeping up with new regulations, lack of skilled labor, inventory management etc. In such situations, companies fail to provide exceptional services and innovation to customers, reduce costs and maintain seamless communication with suppliers.
With Robotic Process Automation (RPA), it is possible for manufacturers to automate significant back office processes thereby identifying and improving deficiencies within. RPA enables companies to cut down complexities involved in managerial processes, creating an agile back office. The implementation of RPA helps manufacturing companies to strengthen supply chain procedures, bridging the gap between repetitive activities such as quoting, invoicing, accounts payable, accounts receivable, general ledger operations etc.
RPA enables process streamlining, increase in efficiency, reduction in manual errors and rework time, leading to quality improvements in processes and operational performance.
The 4 benefits of implementing Robotic Process Automation in Manufacturing Industry are:
- Elevated levels of regulatory compliance
- Deeper, real-time process monitoring and analytics
- Bridging paper with digital platforms
- Digitized communication
Intelligent ERP Automation with RPA
Manufacturing is an ERP driven industry and there is no doubt that RPA is poised to transform businesses in this domain.
Trust RPA to intelligently automate various time-consuming functionalities within enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems such as Oracle, SAP, and other platforms. Simple drag-and-drop scripting enables users to automate many of the manual business processes that cost them time and money. RPA tools effortlessly work through the presentation layers of ERP, CRM, and SCM systems because of which complete business rules and audit trails are maintained to ensure security and traceability.
RPA Tools work with ERP systems to automate several processes.