Humans are not particularly well-suited for repetitive tasks, often making more errors as we increasingly tire of the repetitive tasks at hand. RPA is a way to take the robot out of the human and increase your readiness for the digital enterprise through faster and more accurate process execution.
In this post, learn how to stop getting fooled by errors in your accounting data by automating your SAP financial processes.
In this post, learn all you need to know about automating your SAP processes with robotic process automation (RPA) for SAP.
In this post, learn why your organization needs to prioritize process standardization and utilize trending solutions like RPA to stay ahead in the market.
Winshuttle’s usability database serves as accurate benchmark data based on real-world savings to calculate the potential time and cost savings for SAP process automation.
In this 4th post in the TIM WOODS blog series, find out how you can stop waiting on IT to create LSMW scripts, and increase efficiency with Winshuttle.
In this post, we’ll discuss why many organizations are starting to consider RPA for SAP, and how humans and robots will work collaboratively in the future.
Running a high performing SAP/ERP system requires high quality and complete data. In this post, learn about the 7 secret attributes of high data quality.
This blog series explores interesting Winshuttle product features. This post dives into utilizing the new Allowed Values feature in Studio v11.
Periodic reviews of how your business is performing based on tactical and strategic goals is a part of everyday business. As part of this process at Winshuttle, I get to attend meetings with various teams to discuss success and the opportunities that are in flight. A recurring theme I’ve noticed is the challenge of understanding where Winshuttle products fall in relation to process automation. An interesting question was brought up around where a robotic process might be useful in comparison with a set of Winshuttle bound processes. Questions like this arise in sales cycles, but more often than not the… Read more