We are delighted to have launched a custom Robot Invigorator Package, designed to support firms who are not using their software robots to full potential
Our ‘on the ground’ research demonstrates that following an initial investment, many firms, particularly with all the distractions of the three lockdowns, have not been utilising their robot to the full, thereby not maximising the initial investment.
Phil Lewis, Co-Founder of EAS explains: “We are finding that numerous businesses, especially smaller firms, committed spend to the development of a robot and purchasing a one-year licence to operate it, however with the pandemic and all its disruptions, many are just not realising their investment, leaving it sitting there, completely redundant in many cases.”
Lewis Hardwick also commented, “As part of our Robot Invigorator initiative we are offering free health checks to businesses, whereby we will examine the extent to which their RPA software is benefitting their business, and from this we can then work with the client to get them fully operational again including fulfilling any additional training needs, so the robot is adding value to their company’s bottom line, rather than being an unprofitable overhead.”
The launch of this recent initiative follows our recent announcement of reaching a landmark milestone, delivering £2.3 million in cost savings for its clients, through the development and deployment of software robots to replace manual, repetitive processes and freeing up valuable employee time to focus on more complex tasks.
EAS has built over 90 software robots to date, automating over 150 processes since its formation only 5 years ago, many of which have been for its national clients in the healthcare, financial and legal services sectors.