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workday after robots:
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“I use robots so I can go home at 5 PM”
“We grew 5x without adding a single person to accounting”
“I can process about 400 AP invoices in less than 30 minutes”
“I had to manually post 100+ checks everyday. Now the AR bot does it for me”
“I used to stay up late doing reconciliations. It sucked!”
Software robots are eliminating the drudgery of manual workflows. Our research propounds that most of the workday in accounting & finance is spent doing manual, repetitive and downright boring work. Tasks like processing receivables, payables and month-end-close journal entries- tend to have humans glued to their computer screen for hours each day. Robots take such work off your plate so you can free up time for analytical work or even non-work related activities.
The lion share of accounting work can & should be done by robots. Our robots will perform tasks just like humans: open a computer, click/read/type on screens, process information and make logical decisions, follow rules and validate data as and when necessary. Using robots is the easiest way to automate any workflow.
You don’t have to change systems or process, simply train the bot on your existing process. Our team will train, test and deliver you a robot in 5-10 business days.
To the best of our knowledge, nobody using our robots has ever gone back to doing things manually!
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Scale without adding bodies to the workflow
Why Accounting? What about other departments?
Robots are not limited to accounting and finance. There is no rule or limitation that prevents robots from being deployed across other departments such as operations or sales. The reason our focus is heavily toward eradicating manual accounting processes is simple— low hanging fruit. Accounting workflows tend to be the best starting points because the processes are fairly tedious and reoccurring. Once we prove the unfathomable ROI of using robots is real, the rest of the organization quickly adopts robots as a necessity for survival.