Banking and financial services aren’t an exception to the ever-growing demands of the consumers and the need for quick mechanisms, workflows, and processes to, in turn, offer fast-paced services and solutions. Although relatively a new technology, RPA (Robotics Process Automation), with the concept that it boasts, looks extremely promising and beneficial when it comes to its operational and strategic advantages to various industries.
The modern banking sector isn’t confined to account openings, cash deposits or the loans vertical. It has grown exponentially to launch various departments including credit card, recovery, contact centre, fraud detection, and so on and so forth. Strategically, the criticality of each of this department does not approve of manual operations, and even if the bank tries to do it forcefully, there are chances that the bank may lag behind in the race, and therefore only end up losing customers. Yes, as a solution to this, RPA has become that important! Here, with this blog, we’d be looking at some aspects of RPA in the banking and financial services, along with its advantages, supported by a few examples.
Banking and financial services, like all the other industries, are multi-dimensional service areas, albeit with an additional one and that is the security of transactions, or in simpler words, the security of the money of their customers. All the others, such as administration, HRM, customer experience, internal operational processes, etc. would conceptually remain the same, with industry-specific technical variations. Some of the largest Japanese banks have turned out to be the initiators of RPA within the banking and financial services sector. With RPA in place, these banks have been successful in cutting down on the operational costs, increasing workforce efficiency, and also foster improvements in the customer service.
Banks or financial institutions have several processes running at the back-end as well the front. Some of these functions that could be impacted with RPA are accounts payable, collection, overall customer service, credit card processing, accounts closure process, underwrite support, opening accounts and receivables, mortgage processing, deposits, compliance, HR and administration, etc.
Now that we’ve explored the significance of RPA in the context of banking let us now check out how RPA works in banking and financial services. Automation Anywhere, one of the leading RPA developer companies across the world, helps build RPA customized solutions around the bank’s systems. RPA involves installing desktop and end-user device-level software robots, or an AI system to help automate the repetitive tasks within a particular or multiple banking processes. Upon execution, the bots take charge of the operational processes that involve opening of applications, transferring information, responding and interacting on emails, and other tasks that otherwise indulge a larger workforce, and that are considered to be time-consuming and apparently unproductive at the organizational level.
Let us look at 3 examples of RPA in the banking industry. These are internal banking processes that have large implications on the customer service front as well.
As one of the global leaders for RPA, Automation Anywhere offers dynamic, workable, and result-oriented RPA solutions for multiple industries across the world, out of which banking is one of the major ones. Fidel is Automation Anywhere’s associate in Japan that helps with end-to-end RPA solutions, right from sales, development, implementation, and after-sales technical support, etc. for various industries across the Japanese business spectrum.
To sum up, RPA helps the banking sector to expedite internal processes, improve efficiency, and foster considerable cost-savings – three of the fundamental aspects that help deliver better results, along with better customer service.
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