Start unleashing productivity in your workplace with the new MuleSoft RPA.

As one of the fastest growing software markets, you’ve probably heard of Robotic Process Automation (RPA). If not, welcome to the world of effortless automation and integration, bringing the future of work to every business.

Our partner Mulesoft has just launched their new RPA – a next generation, unified solution that includes no-code abilities to automate repetitive and manual tasks using bots. Essentially, it’s a set of tools for developers and non-technical people to create any automated workflow within their business.

The MuleSoft RPA has three workflow, life cycle and project management components. The first of the three, RPA Manager, lets users design, build, test, and measure RPA processes. It also allows them to manage projects securely with built-in project management functions and governance. For a business user, the RPA Recorder has an interface that lets them gather and document their business processes and turn them into process maps or workflows. The third component, RPA Builder, allows developers to configure and debug RPA bots, transform documented assets into new automation builds and send them off for testing and production.

The best part? MuleSoft RPA will also integrate with Salesforce Flow. Combined with MuleSoft Composer, the MuleSoft RPA will provide an end-to-end solution for all types of industries, with many use cases already in construction, manufacturing, and property.

What is RPA?

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is a form of software technology that combines robotics and automation to perform repetitive tasks. It uses an application or ‘bot’ to replicate an employee’s desktop actions, by interacting the same way a human would.

How does an RPA work?

RPA tools automate repetitive tasks and processes with the ‘bot’s and can intelligently process documents and data or act on the users’ behalf. It works by recording users and generating a script that the software robot follows to perform said repetitive tasks.

More often than not, this script is based on the clicks, entries, movements and overall actions that the user performs on an interface. The RPA bot will then follow the script to repeat those steps, while capturing data and manipulating applications and systems – just like a human would.

What are common use cases for RPA?

RPA is commonly used in roles, functions and business units that spend a lot of time on tedious, manual tasks. While it can be used in all industries, it’s already playing a big role in construction, manufacturing, property, healthcare, banking, and insurance.

How can it help my business?

The possibilities are endless with RPA. Here’s a few ways that it can help businesses become more efficient and productive with day-to-day tasks:

  • Automate data extraction and data entry.
  • Processing across applications, documents, and images.
  • Reporting and data aggregation.
  • Payroll processing.
  • Invoice and payment processing.
  • Order processing and shipping notifications.
  • Inventory and supply management.
  • Streamline customer or employee onboarding.

… and so much more!

What are you waiting for?

The benefits of the MuleSoft RPA are incomparable. Businesses will be able to easily measure time saving, not to mention that the speed to value is huge.

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