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How it works

Reduce time, costs and resources with Robotic Process Automation

Wherever you are on your automation journey, we can help you

We’ve helped customers at all stages of their automation journey, from educating on how automation could make their business processes more efficient, to complex process automation project deployments spanning thousands of users.

Deployment options

In the cloud

We can host your RPA platform and hardware deployment, managing your systems and supporting you as your business process changes. Paid for on a per-transaction basis depending on how frequently your process is executed, our cloud RPA solution helps to align your process costs back to business activity – and with no upfront cost, it’s easy to get going. As experts in RPA and also cloud orchestration and automation, we know how to deliver the right cloud environment for your RPA project.


For more sensitive workloads, we can deliver your RPA solution on-premise within your own datacentres. Perfect for clients who want to retain control of their IT systems but also suited to organisations who handle highly sensitive data, our RPA solutions can be delivered wherever and however you need them.

How does Robotic Process Automation work?

Traditional automation uses Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) to integrate with your applications, requiring lots of complex coding. Traditional automation approaches are also dependent on gaining ongoing access to these APIs, and APIs often change as applications are updated and new versions are released, meaning your automation code needs to be continually refreshed.

Robotic Process Automation works by mimicking your users’ interaction with their computer – acting like a robot who has been programmed to use an application in the same way as your staff use it; clicking on this button, opening this window, then sending an attachment to this email address, and so on.

This approach delivers a much more natural and intuitive form of automation which has room to evolve as applications and processes change – which they invariably do in any business. It’s much more flexible and gives you many more possibilities about the type of tasks you can automate.