This approach involves payment based on the development services for individual projects. You will be charged for the development efforts and expertise provided by EAS specialists.

This model offers flexibility and cost control, as you pay for the development resources used during specific projects or timelines.

Time & Materials Model

This model involves paying for services based on the actual time and materials expended by EAS. The benefits of this model include


Time & Materials allows for greater flexibility in project scope and requirements. It is suitable when the project is dynamic or evolving, as it accommodates changes and adjustments throughout the engagement.


This model provides transparency in costs, as clients pay for the actual hours worked and materials used. It allows for detailed tracking and reporting of expenses.

Agile Approach

Time & Materials is well-suited for projects that require an agile development approach, where iterative and incremental work is performed.

Resource Scalability

It enables clients to scale resources up or down as needed, accommodating changing project demands.

Cost Control

Clients have control over costs since they can prioritise and allocate budgets based on their evolving needs.

Fixed Price Model

In this model, EAS offers a fixed price for a predefined scope of work. The benefits of this model include:


The fixed price model provides predictability in terms of costs, as the price is determined upfront and remains constant regardless of the actual time and effort required.

Budget Control

Organisations can plan and manage their budgets more effectively since they know the exact cost of the project from the outset.

Reduced Risk

With a fixed price, the client transfers the risk of unexpected expenses or project delays to the service provider.

Clear Deliverables

The fixed price model requires clear and well-defined deliverables, which helps ensure clarity in project objectives and outcomes.

Simplified Management

Clients can focus on managing the overall project and outcomes, as the service provider takes responsibility for the implementation and delivery of the agreed-upon scope.

Both models offer unique advantages, and the choice between them depends on the nature of the project, level of flexibility required, and the client's budget and risk tolerance.

Clients' Testimonials

There was a certain level of relief that the introduction of the new system and robot would release the immunisation team from the time-consuming and mundane task of inputting the vast amount of patient data. “There were concerns about how their roles may change so it was important for them to understand how the technology’s introduction will relieve pressure and allow them to focus on other work for the team.” “For those continuing to work with the immunisation programme, we needed to identify where any skills gaps exist. With the RPA transfer via CSV files there would be increased need to understand aspects of Excel, so we put in place training during the implementation phases to make sure things ran smoother during the ‘go live’

Wiktoria Banda CNWL’s RPA Business Analyst

We identified during the development of the bot that Ellucian updates had the potential to have an impact on how the bot interacts with the platform. By working with our IT Services team, EAS was able to adapt the way the bot shares data so that when the platform is updated the bot requires minimal changes with minimal disruption to workflow. “Having a dedicated EAS project manager has been a major benefit for the project. By working closely with us have come to understand our needs and the result is a bot which has made a significant impact to the admissions department.

Jude King Liverpool University’s Associate Director

EAS helped the University of Sheffield start our automation journey, quickly getting our RPA pilot into production. This has given us the confidence to adopt further processes across the department.

Claire Kennedy University of Sheffield

Our recent experiences meant considering seriously whether there could be a role for a robot in the business. If it could improve efficiencies, those cost savings could be passed on to our consortium members and that feeds straight back as more money for patient care. “As a not-for-profit business we are also a fairly lean organisation so RPA could help to maximise our resources and free staff from the repetitive time-consuming tasks while making their jobs more professionally and personally fulfilling. This could also give us the opportunity to improve and develop the business while enhancing the skills we have with the organisation.

Craig Alderson NEP’s Head of Applications

EAS understood what we needed and quickly identified how we could benefit, at a time when the NHS were under enormous pressure. This has quite simply, got NEP into a position where we see RPA as an integral support tool for NEP and it's NHS colleagues.

Craig Alderson NEP’s Head of Applications

EAS had the best understanding of our challenges and their previous experience of working with NHS organisations meant they could quickly get to grips with the project. Joining with them was a real turning point.

Andrew Massey Central & North West London NHS