Tailor made robot....
Process automation is becoming more and more common, both in large corporations as well as in smaller enterprises. Robots are at its best and COVID-19 proved and made entrepreneurs aware of the need to automate activities and tasks.
The RPA market is growing dynamically, platform providers are outdoing themselves in availability, functionality and prices of their solutions. By design, every RPA platform is able to design a robot in DIY fashion, regardless of the complexity of the process or task. This can be compared to approach when one pair of trousers fits all types of figures. Meanwhile, processes and tasks are varied, some are short and easy, and some can be as complicated as a spiders web. Based on our experience it often turns out that the approach of large platform providers, one size fits all, does not work in practice. Robots should be tailored to fit the silhouette. 😊
Platform supporters maybe outraged by the statement above and argue that this comparison is inadequate to reality, but process automation should be a reflection of the company's operations and policies. The greater the flexibility of robots, the greater the chance of their effective use in processes. Just like elastic, stretchy pants seem to match, but nevertheless uncomfortable, highlighting some shortcomings of the figure.
On the top of it, when using large platforms, it is difficult to equip the robot with internal intelligence (algorithm) that will allow it to logically change the way the robot works, depending on the various cases the robot encounters in its work.
Large platforms providers say, we will give you materials and you do it yourself. But to sew new trousers you need more than just scissors and needle.
Isn't it better to go to a reputable tailor who will tailor the pants to the client? At SNTE, we use an approach where we are the tailor and use our materials to sew a robot that is perfectly fitted to the process and the use of robots will be convenient and easy for the user.