Decrease in manual invoice processing time

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Global Business Leaders are currently using RPA


Increase in returns after implementation of RPA

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What is
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) ?

RPA or Robotic Process Automation solutions allow you to automate repetitive and mundane tasks in your workplace. Our RPA solution mirror employee actions to perform routine tasks and assignments by deploying bots integrated with your existing software and systems. These tasks can vary from data entry actions in your CRM to automating invoicing on a large scale, thus boosting your employee morale and productivity

How it works

What’s an RPA bot and what can it do?

Our RPA solutions are an extension of your digital workforce. In terms of business, an RPA bot is similar to a conventional human employee who works behind a computer. The bot will take one of the seats if you use an app that is licensed by the number of seats.

For example, to streamline cross-system tracking and produce reports for executives, our sales and marketing team employs an RPA bot that collects weekly numbers from analytics systems and CRM. A real person would spend several days doing this, but it only takes the bot five minutes to have everything ready.

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We have reinvented RPA to offer you
maximum automation flexibility

See, why our RPA ecosystem works best with business owners like you

10x faster bot development

We build bots 10x faster than with any other software to drive an accelerated test-to-production cycle and RPA adoption timeline.

We help you scale faster

Our RPA gives you the confidence to stay competitive and increase employee morale

Truly web-based

We give you the power to automate your business even at the comfort of your home

Employee friendly

We ensure that your employees can seamlessly control and automate workflows with our no-code or low-code bots

Seamless Integration

Our RPA solutions are custom built to fit your daily business operations and are compatible with your current systems andapplications.

No compromise on security

We offer enterprise-grade security for allour RPA solutions

So, what can RPA bots
actually do?

Actually, they can do almost anything if their task is rule-based. Here are some of their basic skills. The tasks outlined above may seem like they mostly cover clerical and administrative functions, and that’s the point. The goal of automation is to optimize the efficiency of employees and help them focus on more meaningful and interesting aspects of their jobs.

Manipulating files and folders
Transferring data between
Launching and terminating apps
Making calculations
Extracting data from documents with
Optical Character Recognition
Querying databases
Typing text & filling in forms & more

Our RPA solutions are trusted by
industry professionals

Banking & Financial

The quality of automated results would be better.

Health Care

A personalized and efficient service could be provided.


We will help you prioritize both customer and employee satisfaction by incorporating automation into policies.


We can affect the quality and efficiency improvements across operations in the whole process.


A streamlined operation and customer engagement system could be put in place.


Better supplier management in terms of creating, amending, and monitoring contracts and other data could be affected.

Real Estate

We could help in the enhancement of quality, speed, and efficiency of processes involved while reducing the risk of errors and workload on employees.


We could identify processes or steps that need to be automated to ensure maximum ROI by mapping of process and respective costs for manual execution.

Where can RPA be used?

RPA has numerous applications in various areas, including finance, insurance, and healthcare.
Our RPA ecosystem cannot be confined to a few industries, as multiple departments within a single firm could benefit from business process automation.
Let’s have a look at the areas where RPA tools have already proved themselves:

Customer service

  • After-hours customer support
  • Handling feedback
  • Sending notifications
  • Updating client's profiles
  • Real-time updates on purchase status

Financial service

  • Extracting billing information
  • Processing financial transactions
  • Invoicing
  • Preparing data for audits
  • Accounting reconciliation

Human resources

  • Employee surveys Onboarding
  • Managing payrolls, compensations, and other benefits
  • Invoicing
  • Handling compliance
  • Time record validation


  • Backups
  • Data migration
  • Automated testing of sites and applications
  • Managing events
  • Security & compliance monitoring


  • Order validation
  • Purchase planning
  • Processing of returns
  • Managing contracts

Sales and marketing

  • Updating information in a CRM
  • Campaign management
  • Reporting
  • Quoting
  • Performing follow-upsand post-sale requests


  • Administrative data management
  • Manage and schedule patient appointments
  • Billing and processing
  • Communications
  • Customer service and remote care

Your RPA Journey

How we get you started on your RPA journey in just 4 simple steps

Getting started

  • Identification
  • Discovery
  • Analysis

Developing your RPA

  • Proof of concept (PoC)
  • Statement of Work
  • Design and Development
  • Testing


  • RPA Pilot Run
  • Final Deployment
  • RPA Support and training

Expansion and Transformation

  • Center of Excellence Team
  • Scaling your RPA journey across your organization

Frequently asked questions

Learn more about RPA and how it will benefit your company

A good prospect needs to be one that has rules which are clearly defined and mature. At the same time, a repetitive business process that is time-consuming with digital input warrants an RPA.

Two processes come under this category.

1. Those that are likely to undergo a system change in the near future and may need additional action in terms of a rewrite don’t qualify for an RPA
2. Those that involve a subjective decision making process where there is no specific business rule should not be automated.

The readiness of a business and the absence of a proper structure to implement an RPA, post-implementation are among the challenges. Moreover, businesses need to understand the fact that RPA has strategic importance and needs to be implemented across several units within an organization, instead of selected ones.

In evaluating the hiring requirement of a firm and in the process of onboarding and off boarding team members, automation can work well and effectively, as in the case of larger corporations.

It has to begin with the identification of the most accessible areas that require automation. Post this, the strategic objectives need to be analyzed after which a top-down approach must be put in place. Once this is done, we need to ensure that the process makes use of a common application in the business so that other functions can also be integrated, making the process scalable.

As a common process, a strategically vulnerable area that affects more number of people in the business unit is identified.

While the initial process can be completed within 6 weeks, efficiencies can make the subsequent ones better at 4-6 weeks. The re-usage of components from a process done earlier is the reason and there is no necessity to build the process from scratch. The complexity of the process is an important factor that determines the duration of implementation. It is recommended that the smaller processes be taken up first and gradually scaled to bigger ones, as learning and reusability are important.

Without a doubt, benefits are assured and would include overall job satisfaction, removal of repetitive tasks, management of capacity planning, and execution of more value-added tasks. Automation would take care of tasks that are mundane and less important in terms of value. There would be self-esteem in carrying out other significant tasks.

Accounting is possibly one area that is worthy of being considered for an RPA. With standardized rules accounting has certain processes that require a particular type of output that is repetitive( like checking a box) and also time-consuming. Hence the digital process can do the low-value tasks and the human team can carry out tasks that add value.

Processes like Benefits Payment Processing, Auditing Benefits Eligibility, Fraud Detection, and so on can be brought under RPA.

Patient Management and Vaccine Scheduling, Reminders of Appointments, Prescription dispensing and the like can be automated.

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Lanware has partnered with the best names in the RPA solutions industry to deliver unparalleled quality services for its clients.

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