Intelligent Automation | Forte Group


Your trusted partner for Robotic Process Automation (RPA).
We deliver outcome-based RPA solutions that align with your business objectives.

Why Forte?

Proven expertise

22 years in managed software product delivery

Full spectrum delivery

Comprehensive services, including engineering delivery, QA, DevOps, Managed Scrum Teams, Product, Solution Architecture and more

Rapid ramp

Full velocity of the first scrum
team in as little as 3 months

 Why Intelligent Automation

Enhanced Efficiency and Productivity

RPA automates repetitive and time-consuming tasks, so employees can focus on more strategic and creative activities.

Improved Accuracy and Quality

RPA robots perform tasks with a high degree of accuracy and consistency, minimizing human errors and data discrepancies.

Cost Savings and Resource Optimization

RPA implementation can lead to cost savings by reducing the need for manual labor in repetitive processes.

Faster and More Responsive Operations

RPA can operate 24/7 without breaks or downtime, leading to faster and more responsive operations.

Intelligent Automation in numbers

Up to 0% savings
in baseline FTE costs for financial services. (Source: AiMultiple)
0% reduction
of labor-intensive tasks thanks to RPA. (Source: Automation Anywhere)
0x ROI
reported by RPA implementation top performers. (Source: Everest Group)

By 2024, endpoint analytics and automation will help digital workplace service staff shift 30% of time spent on endpoint support and repair to continuous engineering. (Source: Gartner Research)

On average, an RPA bot costs one-third of an offshore employee and one-fifth of an onshore employee. (Source: Gartner Research)

More than 50% of C-level executives using intelligent automation have identified key operational processes that can be augmented or automated using AI capabilities. (Source: IBM)

  • Assessment and Planning: The RPA team collaborates with process owners and subject matter experts to assess the feasibility and benefits of automation.
  • Design and Development: The RPA team defines the sequence of steps the RPA bot will follow, including data inputs, decision-making criteria, and actions to be taken.
  • Testing and Validation: Various tests are performed to validate the bot’s accuracy, exception handling, and adherence to business rules.
  • Deployment and Integration: The RPA bot is integrated with existing systems and processes to perform the automated tasks, with proper scheduling and orchestration.
  • Monitoring and Maintenance: The RPA team monitors the bot’s performance, ensures it operates smoothly, and addresses any issues that arise promptly.

RPA Don’ts

Don’t Automate Poorly Defined Processes:  
Avoid automating processes that are poorly defined, subject to frequent changes, or highly complex, as they may lead to difficulties and inefficiencies.

Don’t Ignore Change Management:
Avoid neglecting change management efforts, as it may result in resistance to RPA and hinder successful implementation.

Don’t Forget to Plan for Scalability:
Plan for long-term scalability and expansion of RPA initiatives to accommodate growing automation needs.

Don’t Overlook Process Optimization:
With drop-off points refrain from automating processes without first optimizing them, as this may lead to automating inefficient or unnecessary steps.

Don’t Rely Solely on RPA:
Don’t consider RPA as a standalone solution. Instead, integrate it with other technologies and solutions to optimize processes.

Don’t Neglect Continuous Improvement:
Avoid complacency and continuously seek opportunities for improvement and optimization of RPA processes.

Don’t Disregard Security and Compliance:
Don’t overlook security and compliance requirements when implementing RPA, as this may lead to data breaches or legal issues.

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