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    Finesse implements Automation Anywhere’s RPA platform for FUJIFILM to automate key processes

    Finesse, a worldwide system integrator has successfully enforced Automation Anywhere’s Intelligent Automation platform for FUJIFILM to automate key processes therefore permitting its staff to concentrate on elevated productivity jobs. Before RPA, the processes were performed manually and comprised the review, reconciliation, and reporting of large volumes of data. This was not only time consuming, but also ridden with countless chances for human error. This, in turn, would considerably lessen the aggregate operational productivity.

    Ryo Okabe, Corporate Manager at FUJIFILM Middle East, said: “FUJIFILM is a pioneer in diagnostic imaging and information systems for healthcare facilities, graphic art, and optical devices. We are also continuously innovating through research to refine core technologies, which we apply to products that improve the quality of life. The experienced team from Finesse has implemented the RPA solution and the team has shown great competency and flexibility which helped to implement the solution very smoothly. As we implemented RPA, the efficiency and accuracy of the processes have increased which resulted in increasing the quality work time of our employees with great ROI.” 

    FUJIFILM uses Microsoft Dynamics GP to organize its logistics processes and Finesse has seamlessly incorporated the Automation Anywhere Digital Workers with the CRM to assure the process runs each time. Alongside the man-hours saved, implementing RPA has furthermore enhanced the process stability by removing human dependencies, translating into continual value generation.

    Effective solution layout is the backbone of a thriving RPA implementation. Finesse comprehends this as a key driver in the all-around RPA lifecycle and therefore, the emphasis of any implementation is Optimized Process Automation. Finesse formulated and developed highly productive digital workers, or bots, that provide the anticipated output unfailingly, accurately, on-demand, and on-time. At any given point in time, these digital workers are competent in multi-tasking and moving between processes as scheduled.

    Eljo JP, Chief Business Officer, Finesse, said: “Finesse began its journey a decade ago – firmly guided by its vision to positively impact the lives of people around us. Today we are delighted to announce that Team Finesse has successfully automated several key processes at FUJIFILM. This RPA implementation will significantly reduce manual intervention within key processes at FUJIFILM, thus allowing its staff to focus on higher productivity jobs. The implementation was handled in a seamless manner ensuring existing processes were not disrupted. We are grateful to FUJIFILM for choosing Finesse & Automation Anywhere to be their strategic partner in their Digital Transformation journey.”

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