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Why use iRPA with SAP



What can iRPA do for you

Need to free your people up from repetitive, manual tasks so they can focus on more high value tasks? Intelligent RPA lets you execute processes using bots for task automation, combining technologies, such as conversational AI (chatbots) and Machine Learning, to develop an end-to-solution of task automation tools

iRPA works across multiple systems and cloud solutions, whether SAP and non-SAP. It is especially powerful when there are no native integration possibilities.

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How to get started

Getting started is easy. Choose from over 100 standard bots from the SAP RPA store covering a large range of different industry sectors and lines of business. These ready-to-use apps can be deployed directly or extended and modified for your specific needs, adding even more value to your business.

For a higher impact approach, you can develop and build your own bots from scratch. Our workshops are specifically designed to help you identify high impact cases that would be suitable for intelligent RPA. Using brain-storming ideation, ideas are directly rated according to ROI calculations. This provides transparency to each potential project and takes into account all aspects such as the costs per bot run, duration and rate of pay for each role.



Why use iRPA

iRPA lets you build bot-enabled workflows with machine learning and conversational AI and gives you full integration with your SAP and non-SAP systems all in one suite, so you don’t need to work across other vendors.

As an SAP-acquisition the SAP Intelligent RPA Suite is a proven solution that has been working for customers across all kinds of technologies, not just SAP, for many years. It’s an integral part of the SAP Intelligent Business Process Management Platform, and important element in SAP’s portfolio of business information systems.


Bringing iRPA to life


Automating Accounts Receivable

A leading utility firm with over one million customers processes payments manually, addressing around 30,000 payment disputes annually. Automation would streamline its accounts receivable processes and reduce the number of disputes resulting from differences between payments and open account items.


Streamlining computer equipment ordering

A large professional services provider places around 10,000 orders per year to update employee computer equipment. Employees had been using disparate portal sites to identify equipment manually, communicate with IT help desks, and place their order. The firm wanted to improve the employee experience of ordering equipment and streamline the process.


Reducing customer onboarding effort

Onboarding new customers requires significant effort for online banks and credit card companies, even with increasingly easy self-registration options. As a result, banks often use external services to validate credit risks and comply with regulatory requirements, storing data in separate systems.


Automating the offer letter

SAP’s HR department sends out over 25,000 offer letters annually around the world, with each one complying with local laws. The HR team wanted to reduce the manual effort needed to create offer letters and decrease the time from offer to hire.


Increase data quality during Purchase Order Confirmation

A leading food producer emails product, price and delivery details for 10,000 purchase orders each year. These details are manually recorded and confirmed in the buyer’s ERP system. The consumer products company wanted to automate purchase order verification.