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Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and Business Process Management (BPMS) – why you need to combine them.

Digital transformationMateusz Tajak

Many companies, especially those who are new to business process automation, wonder whether to focus on Robotic Process Automation (RPA) or perhaps implementing a workflow platform (BPMS). As a result, when they decide on one of these technologies and use it, they want it to handle as many processes as possible. The thinking behind it is: since we are investing in Robotic Process Automation, we should automate all the processes in our company. Is this approach right? More in this article, but first just a quick look at RPA and BPM.

Implementation of Robotic Process Automation- step by step

Digital transformationSebastian Grzesik

Many business owners and CIOS are looking into robotic process automation (also known as RPA) to help teams and staff. RPA is also an excellent way to cut down on tedious and repetitive tasks. RPA tools can significantly free up corporate workers and help them focus on work that requires a more human touch with higher value.

However, RPA requires very specific design and planning to ensure that its implementation and delivery is ideal. The delivery process is crucial in this respect.

Before investing in RPA implementation, it’s important to understand exactly how this business process works. In this in-depth guide, we’re going to explore exactly what robotic process automation is and how the delivery process works, step-by-step.

Everything You Need to Know About Manufacturing Execution Systems

Digital transformationSebastian Grzesik

Additive manufacturing is continuing to industrialize at quite a fast rate. Manufacturers who adopt this form of manufacturing will need to have the best possible strategies in place in order to manage and grow their workflows. An excellent way to do this is by using a Manufacturing Execution System (MES)

But what exactly is a Manufacturing Execution System? What are the tangible benefits, and is it easy to implement? Let’s explore everything you need to know about manufacturing execution systems, and how GGS IT Consulting can help you get started with MES.

Low-Code: The Future of Business Application Implementation

Digital transformationSebastian Grzesik

If you’ve heard of low-code development platforms but don’t really understand how they work, you’re not alone. Low-code may seem mysterious because it is so new, but it’s far from being complicated. In fact, low-code development could radically change how businesses develop business applications.

These platforms reduce the amount of traditional hand-coding required to build a custom business app, enabling accelerated delivery of business applications. So, you can implement business applications for your business without a team of programmers. Low-code is highly accessible, powerful, and easy to use. But how exactly do companies implement low-code? How does one get started?

We’ll dig into this and more in this handy in-depth guide. First, let’s break down what low-code platforms actually do.

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+48 511 986 775Mateusz TajakBusiness Development Manager