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The Future of Work Starts Here. Utilize Intelligent Automation to Accelerate your Digital Transformation.

Tangentia a global services and implementation partner for Automation Anywhere. We work with companies of all sizes in a variety of industries to help them improve inefficiencies, automate tedious tasks and drive more value out of their processes.

Build a Digital Workforce with Automation Anywhere

Automation Anywhere is an enterprise-grade RPA solution that can expedite your pathway to implementing powerful AI technologies. Tangentia can simplify the process of implementing and configuring your Automation Anywhere solutions, help you build a powerful Center of Excellence (COE) for your company, and provide the training and support your teams need.
Build Bots in Minutes

Design and implement bots in minutes on Windows, MacOS and Linux using an intuitive and user-friendly drag and drop builder that supports all skill levels.

Unparalleled Security

Enjoy bank-grade encryption data protection by enforcing fine-grained role-based access control (RBAC) at scale to ensure you meet stringent governance and compliance requirements.

Robust AI Capabilities

Use a task bot, meta bot and IQ bot to implement a bot based on the requirements and complexities of a process to run end-to-end automated business tasks.

Lower IT Demand

Quickly automate business processes, share codes across systems and view analytics using rapid deployment, a plug-and-play model and instant scalability.

Our Automation Anywhere Capabilities

Automation 360

Automation 360 is a cloud-native intelligent automation platform that is designed to provide enterprises with end-to-end automation of processes with a fraction of the infrastructure and 3x faster scaling.

  • Determine the automation opportunities with the highest ROI.
  • Double the number of processes you can automate.
  • Gain full insight into bots and processes in real-time to make data-driven decisions.
  • Ensure secure automation of repetitive processes with instant, at-scale deployment.

Bot Insight

Bot Insight is designed to work within the Automation Anywhere 360 platform to automatically turn data into actionable insights. This makes it possible to optimize the automation cycle at scale.

  • Get real-time analytics that enable health and performance monitoring of processes and full visibility on bot performance.
  • Gain business intelligence and insights that include RPA program ROI and insights related to KPIs.
  • Stay mobile with on-the-go monitoring of your digital workforce and easy data visualization from anywhere.

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A Proven Partner for Implementation, Delivery and Migration

Tangentia is one of 20 initial Automation Anywhere Verified Services Partners globally. In order to qualify for the Verified Services Partner Program, a company must meet several requirements:

  • Demonstrate core technical competencies in RPA
  • Hold the necessary Automation Anywhere certifications
  • A proven track record of successful customer automation projects

In addition to delivering solutions utilizing Automation Anywhere Tangentia has built their own platform TiA (Tangentia Intelligent Automation), which harnesses the power of Automation Anywhere to deliver robust industry accelerators to enable the best automation practices for clients globally. With TIA clients can cut their journey to automation in half and start seeing ROI quickly.

“The Verified Services Partner Program will help our customers identify partners who have deep technical expertise with a strong record of driving customer success.”

Ben Yerulshami, Senior Vice President of Global Alliances and Channels at Automation Anywhere.



Where is RPA + Automation Anywhere Being Used?

RPA can improve the customer experience, boost operational efficiency, ensure faster throughput and reduce error in a variety of industries.
Insurance RPA

Insurance RPA

Automate the collection and processing of data to speed up the claims process and improve customer experience.

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Banking & Finance RPA

Banking & Finance RPA

Speed up customer onboarding and loan approval, while reducing compliance backlogs and executing processes faster than ever.

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Retail RPA

Retail RPA

Simplify inventory management, customer engagement, bill generation and more, all while automating the collection and utilization of data to make actionable decisions.

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Manufacturing RPA

Manufacturing RPA

Streamline back-office processes and supply chain processes through the automation of accounts payable/receivable, planning, operations and supplier onboarding.

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Automotive RPA

Automotive RPA

Accelerate the application and approval processes, payment processing, document requests, and more to transform the customer experience and save time and money.

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Oil & Gas RPA

Oil & Gas RPA

Automate tasks and processes across all major sectors of the industry to reduce costs, meet growing demand and make better use of your human workforce.

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Common RPA Use Case

Leading companies are already leveraging the immense benefits RPA has to offer. See how these specific departments are using RPA to improve their operational efficiency from top to bottom:

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE RPA

Save time and money by improving how your company handles its accounts payable each month.Eliminate unnecessary manual tasks and exercise better control by automating your accounts.

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FINANCE RPA

With RPA, Finance organizations can eliminate tedious tasks, enhance the way your business collects and utilizes data, and make actionable decisions and insights faster.

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HUMAN RESOURCES RPA

Streamline the way your business approaches HR by optimizing core functions like talent acquisition, employee interactions, performance management, and more.

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Additional Frequently Asked Questions About RPA

Are RPA and AI the same thing?

RPA and artificial intelligence (AI) are not the same thing. However, AI technologies, such as machine learning (ML) and natural language processing (NLP), can be used along with RPA. This takes RPA beyond simply processing data and allows it to perform identification and analysis to increase its understanding of the processes it is performing.

Areas in which RPA and AI are flourishing include the ability to:

  • Understand visual images and graphics
  • Understand the context of a document so it can more effectively extract information from that document
  • Understand human behavior based on observation
  • Analyze voice and text conversations to infer sentiment and meaning

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How will RPA work within my company over the long-term?

Because software can be scaled more easily than human workers, over the long-term, RPA will allow your organization to significantly increase its scalability. This makes it easier to adjust operations according to fluctuating process volumes, which is particularly ideal when an organization must scale quickly to meet a short-term increase in demand.

What is hyperautomation?

Hyperautomation is the natural evolution of automation. Automation first began with the automation of individual tasks. It then moved on to the automation of individual processes and then automation across multiple processes.
Hyperautomation is the next stage in this evolution, combining all the existing automation technologies, including RPA, AI, machine learning (ML), and intelligent business management software (iBPMS), into a powerful automation tool that can accomplish what no individual automation technology can do on its own.

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What is RPA and how does it work?

RPA stands for Robotic Process Automation. RPA is a type of software that is programmed to perform repetitive computerized tasks in much the same way a human would. In this sense, “Robotic” refers to the software program, “Process” refers to the tasks being completed and “Automation” refers to setting up the program to run on its own.

Where is RPA used?

RPA is freeing human workers to perform higher-value tasks in a number of industries, including manufacturing, banking and finance, insurance, retail, oil and gas, healthcare and automobile.

What processes are the best fit for RPA?

RPA is best suited for processes that are consistent, repetitive, high-volume, time-consuming and do not require extensive human involvement. Thus, the tasks and processes well suited to RPA do not change over time, would take humans a long time to complete and involve a high risk of human error.

Examples of the types of tasks and processes suitable for RPA include cross-referencing data sources, pulling information from a variety of sources, and data entry and migration.

Can RPA work with any software application?

Yes, RPA is application- and server-agnostic. This means it can be used for the automation and integration of data from any application, whether that application is cloud-based or on-premises.

What is an attended vs unattended bot?

There are two modes in which RPA bots can operate—attended and unattended. Attended bots are software bots that work alongside a human worker to complete tasks. These bots require human input to complete the processes they are programmed to perform. In contrast to this, unattended bots do not require any human intervention.

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Why does RPA fail?

RPA failure is most often due to a combination of issues. The most common of these are:

  • Lack of knowledge or skills in RPA
  • Inadequate communication
  • Ineffective change management
  • Not having IT involved from the beginning
  • Not properly defining the criteria for a successful RPA implementation

What are the challenges of RPA?

There are three common challenges organizations face when implementing RPA. These are:

  • Resistance from employees and difficulty onboarding them
  • Difficulty choosing the right processes to automate
  • Defining realistic expectations for RPA implementation

What results can I expect from RPA implementation?

RPA removes the human element from performing repetitive tasks, freeing people up to focus on high-value tasks. This results in increased efficiency and productivity, lower costs, and consistency in terms of accuracy and overall quality.

What is my RPA Journey?

IT leaders should be involved in the RPA planning and implementation process from the very beginning. Business and IT leaders must work together to determine how RPA can provide the most benefit for your organization. This involves developing a roadmap that helps you:

  • Establish a business case for RPA adoption and implementation
  • Determine a timeframe for RPA implementation
  • Identify the ideal model for RPA operations
  • Determine an RPA governance plan
  • Establish total cost of ownership
  • Identify the end goal of RPA implementation

Once your roadmap is laid out, you can do a cost/benefit analysis and make your business case for the implementation of RPA. The important thing is to plan your RPA implementation well so you have a strong foundation for success.

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