I know this solution is for banks, but wouldn’t it be awesome for the corporate treasury department? The Press Release goes as follows:
NICE Systems (NASDAQ: NICE) today launched NICE Robotic Automation, an innovative solution that uses software robots to automate routine back office processes to help improve operational efficiency and resource utilization. With NICE Robotic Automation, employees can focus on more mission critical activities instead of repetitive clerical tasks that can be automated.
NICE Robotic Automation helps to reduce back offices operating expenses and delivers a clear ROI by automating work processes, and it can easily and cost effectively scale according to the organization’s needs. Its ability to operate 24/7 significantly increases productivity, allowing a larger number of tasks to be handled at any given time of the day. Additionally, automating processes improves processing accuracy and frees up employees to handle more sophisticated tasks.
Solution Highlights include:
- Automation of routine desktop activitiessuch as applications launched, mouse selection, field entry, information copy/paste, template auto-fill and calculations
- Integration with third-party systems,including CRM, billing, homegrown or Citrix applications, to automate cross-application desktop activities
- Centralized control system to monitor and manage task queues and process execution
- High scalability, enabling the system to easily add robots when more processing power is needed, for example at peak times
- Reliability and availability via health check reporting and a watchdog mechanism to automatically restart the robot client in the event of failure.
CTMfile take: Maybe Miki Migdal, President, NICE Enterprise Product Group could be persuaded to develop his robotic automation for the corporate treasury department as well? Just a thought.
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