Robotic Process Automation for Customer Excellence
Deliver the best possible customer journey by speeding up tasks, reducing error rates, and creating a more human experience with RPA
with a wider (often global) competition and struggle to hold onto visitors’ attention. RPA offers a number of solutions to this problem, from automated data extraction with almost 100% accuracy, to efficiency improvements that allow human staff to do what they do best: use empathy and analytical thinking to handle more challenging tasks. As a result, customers can enjoy an individualized, error-free experience, and are much more likely to return for more.
Much of the time a company’s employees could be spending on interacting with and delighting customers is instead dedicated to completing tedious, repetitive tasks. Filling in forms, transferring or extracting data, comparing information or generating reports are time-consuming and require a lot of attention, if errors are to be avoided.
Human error not only lengthens the time necessary to complete a task - it can also lead customers to see an organization as less competent and trustworthy than it is. Today, with so much competition on the market, a customer that gets impatient or disappointed may leave and never return. Because of this, minimising risk of error becomes a top priority.
The problem of capacity plagues companies that deal with seasonal increases of interest from customers. Online retail needs to deal with winter holidays or Valentine’s Day, while the hospitality industry handles peak activity several times a year. It can be difficult to ensure that each customer will enjoy top service quality when the usual volume of users multiplies.
Eliminate human error, maintain regulatory compliance, and help employees focus on critical tasks.
Increase operational capacity and broaden your offer through innovation at a very low cost.
Deploy a digital workforce that operates 24/7, 365 days a year, and doesn’t make mistakes.
“When properly set up, RPA can handle millions of requests and manage interconnected task flows at top efficiency. When completing rules-based, repetitive work it tends to be about 1.5x more efficient than human employees, and it can cost 30% of what a company would spend on maintaining staff with an equivalent output. If an organization can identify areas where workers do truly uninspiring, low-value but high-volume work, they should definitely consider implementing process automation.”
Michal Wojewoda, Global Sales Strategy & Operations Manage at AnyRobot