Robotic Process Automation

Begin Your RPA Journey

Quick-Start Use Cases

The Federal CIO, Suzette Kent, is encouraging agencies to start on their automation journeys and learn by doing and implementing.1 InterImage can get you started by helping you identify and implement RPA solutions that deliver a rapid return on investment. You can use RPA to:

  • Compile results. Integrate data from multiple sources into a single file/format, including accessing APIs, Web Forms, CSV, email, and other sources.

  • Generate and share reports and documents. Compile results into final reports and documents; automatically share or manage the workflow of reports and documents; or perform quality assurance and quality control.

  • Create data visualizations. Automatically generate data visualizations based on compiled results, including GIS, bar charts, pie charts, and more.

  • Perform workflow process automation. RPA can automate manual steps in the workflow process.

  • Enable dynamic capabilities. RPA can support dynamic input and dynamic variables.

  • Integrate disparate systems. RPA enhances the value of legacy systems by eliminating repetitive manual activities. For example, RPA enables ongoing data transfers between systems, including Duo and FortiClient logs, and between incompatible formats such as Word to JSON. It also supports data migration or one-time data transfers between systems.

  • Apply AI and machine learning. RPA is a gateway to artificial intelligence and machine learning applications. RPA supports decision-making based on trained models, including sentiment analysis and predictive and prescriptive analysis. RPA can also help you extract images using Computer Vision, and understand text via natural language processing.

1 CIO Council. Innovation White Paper: Robotic Process Automation in Federal Agencies