Make things easy with cloud-independent RPA
Automation is the most critical item of digital transformation investments today. RPA will have eliminated most of the manual work in organizations with an annual growth potential of 31.5% in the next five years —
The prevalence of remote working after the pandemic has accelerated the migration of business applications to the cloud. According to Research and Markets, RPA solutions, with a market value of over 2 billion USD in 2020, will keep up their energy with an average growth rate of 31.5 percent over the next five years. RPA, which is an essential component of intelligent automation processes, has become an integral part of business processes after the pandemic. Because it eliminates manual work, increases employee productivity, and significantly improves the customer experience, RPA is among the first technologies IT managers look for.
The prominence of hygienic conditions and remote working has become a standard of business life that accelerates companies’ cloud investments. Businesses tend to support a distributed workforce while turning to cloud platforms, especially during the global pandemic period, while avoiding heavy capital investments due to weakening cash flows.
Get ready for cloud reality
Cloud is gaining a central position in digital transformation investments that respond to companies’ search for flexibility and agility. According to a recent survey, 75.2 percent of businesses host most of their applications in the cloud. At least 6 out of 10 businesses (60.9%) modernize their old business applications to replace similar in the cloud.
This trend will continue over the next few years, says Maureen Fleming, Program Vice President of IDC’s Global Intelligent Process Automation Market Research and Advisory Service. IT Information RPA, designed from the ground up to be cloud-native and web-based with a microservice architecture, enables businesses to scale faster; Eliminating costly capital investments; It allows companies not to worry about maintenance and upgrades of robotic applications. IT Bilgi RPA, which automates daily activities by up to 75%, accelerates business processes and resets the possibility of errors.
The new lifestyle of companies
Results from IDC’s Industry CloudPath survey of more than 5,000 businesses show that nearly half of companies deploy or plan to deploy enterprise business applications in the cloud. Another IDC publication states: ‘Businesses must be prepared to run high-value processes in the cloud to achieve the necessary levels of agility and scalability to compete successfully in digital economies.’
Another survey finding shows that more than three-quarters (77%) of businesses today have now modernized both their internal and customer-facing applications to run in the cloud. Therefore, it is inevitable that applications such as RPA are cloud-oriented today.
Connect to different services with BT Bilgi RPA
Today, RPAs, which shoulder the routine work of employees and thus provide cost advantages to institutions, can find broad use areas in almost every sector from banking, insurance, telecommunications, logistics, and retail. BT Bilgi, the leading brand of IT service management in Turkey, is creating remarkable success stories with its RPA applications. For example, in such a project realized in cooperation with Turkcell Global Bilgi and BT Bilgi, RPA robots perform many routine tasks very quickly with high processing capacity in corporate applications.
The ability of BT Bilgi RPA robots to access Google, Amazon, Microsoft, and other web services facilitates the delivery of this technology over the internet and its integration with other applications. While doing all these works, the relevant managers can monitor the active robot behavior according to their job descriptions from the management panels and extend the use of RPA for processes they deem necessary in the light of various scenarios.