Robotics Process Automation

Overview

Straive leverages Robotic Process Automation (RPA) as part of its Intelligence Process Automation capabilities to develop logic-driven robots executing pre-programmed rules on primarily structured data. We use software bots to automate highly repetitive, routine tasks, usually performed by knowledge workers, to take productivity optimization to the next level by redefining work and reassigning employees to execute higher-value tasks. Our process bots interpret, trigger responses, and communicate with other applications or systems just like humans do, but better: they operate around the clock, faster, and with 100% precision and reliability.   

Need for RPA

Straive’s bots can copy-paste, scrape web data, make calculations, open and move files, analyze emails, log into programs, connect to APIs, and extract unstructured data. Automating such repetitive tasks saves time and money. Our RPA bots can also adapt to any interface or workflow, so there’s no need to change business systems, applications, or existing processes to automate them.  

Need for RPA-mobile

Benefits of RPA 

Better accuracy

RPA bots work around the clock and don't make mistakes. They are compliant, quick, and consistent

Improved productivity

Bots relieve employees from mundane and repetitive tasks, allowing them to focus on more engaging and higher-value tasks.

Cost savings

RPA reduces processing costs by up to 80% and increases enterprises’ return on investment. 

Accelerate time to value

With RPA, we can create, test and deploy a new automation scheme in hours instead of days or months. 

Value for customers

Completing automated tasks in seconds or minutes delivers higher value for your customers.

Scalability

RPA bots can perform many operations in parallel in desktop and cloud environments. Additional robots can be deployed quickly, if needed, with minimal costs, according to work fluctuations.

Compliance standards

Bots only follow the instructions which they have been configured to track and provide an audit trail history for each step.

No changes to exiting systems

Repetitive tasks at the front end can be automated, requiring no changes to backend applications and infrastructure.

What sets us apart 

  • Straive can deploy RPA bots every three weeks using UIPath  
  • Along with RPA, Straive reengineers the workflow to maximize efficiency gains

Examples of RPA use-cases

Customer Service

Customer Service is where most of the work happens on a Citrix or a remote desktop environment.  Here, RPA is used for

  • Order processing, data retrieval, and ingestion from multiple systems  
  • Scraping contents and performing analytics on voice and text(chats/emails)  

Quality Assurance 

Straive has built-in connectivity to extract the content and ingest it into an internal database with UI  From the UI RPA Bot (UI Path), data is copied into the client environment

Data Search 

In the Data Search use-case

  • Operator inputs data for search; RPA bot logs into Amazon Workspace, searches the client application, and saves data locally
  • Operator conducts a data QC  
  • RPA bot logs into a different Amazon Workspace and copies data into the client application

Other use cases 

SEC website Investment Adviser Search  

  • RPA bot logs into the United States SEC website  
  • It searches for company information based on CRD or SEC number  
  • Extracts the following details into HTML  
  1. Item 1 Identifying information  
  2. Item 3 Form of organization  
  3. Item 5 Information about your advisory business  
  • Item 7B Private fund reporting  
  • Downloads and renames PDF brochure  

MESA Municipal Court Search  

  • The bot searches Mesa Country Court for case numbers  
  • Extracts case information into XML and HTML  

Straive’s RPA journey so far

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