Roboyo developed digital workers for a global manufacturer that reduced process times from 12 minutes to 20 secs.
On one invoice automation project for a multinational manufacturer, Roboyo delivered annual cost savings of €1.2m.
On one manufacturing automation program, our automations have freed manufacturing employees from over 14 thousand hours of repetitive, robotic work each year.
With Intelligent Process Automation (IPA), Manufacturers can focus on their core business and automate the rest. Efficient, automated processes bring speed as well as quality improvements, guaranteeing faster response and lead times which drive value through enhanced customer experiences.
Automate the repetitive. Focus on the innovative
Deploying AI-powered automation equips the manufacturing industry with efficient end-to-end workflows in short timescales by connecting disparate systems at speed, scale, and with 100% accuracy.
A zero-error, 24/7 digital workforce eliminates unnecessary human interventions in repetitive tasks. This removes time and cost from the manufacturing process, freeing up your human workforce to add value through problem-solving and innovation.
Minimize cyber threats. Optimize agility
With cyber-security a growing risk, phishing or other malicious hacking tactics often focus on the weak link within systems – human nature. Digital transformation through Intelligent Automation removes this risk and increases security, protecting both productivity and reputation.
Harnessing the potential of Intelligent Automation provides multi-faceted benefits to manufacturers enabling them to respond to a rapidly changing market, with improved agility, efficiency, and productivity.
When it comes to customer orders, Digital Assistants can reduce process times from minutes to seconds. And they can do this round the clock with zero errors. Equally, Intelligent Complaint Management can reduce
the response times of service or
complaint requests, rapidly resolving issues and driving significant value at customer touch points.
Intelligent Business Process Automation has many valuable use cases in the Purchase department. From online bidding for service or part contracts, supplier surveys or KPI reporting, technologies such as Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and Intelligent Document Processing IDP can automate out cost and time, while automating in speed and accuracy.
The Bill of Materials is the core of any manufacturing industry process, and accuracy is of paramount importance. Combining data from a wide range of sources usually means working with complex spreadsheets and monitoring changes in the supply chain. RPA can transform this process, eliminating laborious data entry and improving compliance through faster processing speeds and flagging of potential issues or changes.
You can’t manage what you can’t measure, so reporting is vital to keep modern manufacturing facilities operating at their best. Implementing RPA in the administration department means extracting reports on production and all other work in their business accurately and at speed for more agile reactions.
Even with a gold standard ERP system, human intervention is still required to deal with inventory, accounts payable and receivable, pricing and more. Intelligent automation can handle repetitive manual tasks so employees can deal with the more complex aspects.
Moving data from an old system to a new system takes time and is expensive. With well-planned and executed RPA, companies can reduce the time and cost of moving, and secure old data or policies for compliance purposes.
Collecting and analysing data from connected factories and machines using RPA can expedite the maintenance programme, setting scheduled tasks and responding to changes that need more urgent attention.
RPA and Intelligent Process Automation have multiple SCM use cases, including data collection for shipment status, shipment tracking and retrieval of lost shipments.
Take a look at how intelligent automation is impacting manufacturers across regions. Advancing their digital transformation to keep up with the modern challenges of the industry.