Using base data such as average cost per resource and utilized business days, and accounting for automation potential / efficiency, the PAA allows you to derive ROI in the event of automation.
The PAA is also equipped to provide intelligent tips / next steps regarding candidate processes evaluated via the PAA.
AIris Bots record key strokes, and mouse and track-pad movements performed by the user against selected applications in the executing device, with screenshots, and group them into a workflow node (which is a representation of a unique application screen).
Generate the screen flow (visual representation) associated with the click level steps performed by the user, within the given device during a given time interval, based on the details captured by the Airis Bot.
The user also has the ability to filter various screen flow instances based on set criteria.
Additionally, the process expert / business analyst can include a broad range of supplementary data, including attachments against the node, for completeness.
Nodes can be subject to deletion, splits (to 2 nodes) and merging (to a singular node) based on the logical modifications perceived necessary by the process expert / business analyst.
The process expert / business analyst can also include new nodes (for example, for manual steps) as required.
Airis permits business analysts to logically group nodes to create process variants of their choice, which usually marks the boundary for a small, coherent business function captured.
These groups can be named and a unique color code provided, which assist the user to identify them separately within the full screen flow.
Airis permits the business analyst to sequentially group process variants to create the ultimate process flow for the current/AS-IS state.
These process variants can be collected from screen flows generated by multiple agents providing they are connected to a singular Airis server instance.
The AS-IS process flow created using the screen flow generated by the Airis Bot can be modified (inclusion of manual steps for example) for completeness, upon which it can be baselined.
A copy of the AS-IS process flow can be used to create the TO-BE process flow with relevant modifications and baselined once completed.
The end user may easily generate a requirement specification (Word document) containing details such as the screen flow diagrams, step by step details of node activities including screenshots, and the final process flow diagram created for the baselined AS-IS / TO-BE process.
This can be done with a simple click of a button.
Affords a detailed view of time taken to execute a process, against its sub functions and applications. Also provides information on the potential ROI of automation and automation probability of relevant processes.
Airis has the ability to evaluate multiple tools against multiple automation capabilities.
Airis has the ability to evaluate multiple RPA tools against multiple automation capabilities, based on your requirements.