As the market is moving in the direction of autonomous driving vehicles, drones and robotic process automation in manufacturing & supply chain, the BPM solutions are further helping the Digital revolution & transformation.
One key player that is Helping Innovators Stay Ahead is Innominds. Headquartered in San Jose, Innominds has a global presence with delivery centers in Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Vishakhapatnam, Chennai, and Switzerland.
With a focus on emerging markets and the product life cycle management, by taking ideas from concept to completion, Innominds strives to build convergent solutions that help their clients grow their business and realize their market vision. This is attained by helping businesses automate, transform and digitize to serve their customers better leveraging Innominds comprehensive devices, apps, and analytics solutions expertise. “We work with our customers as their product incubator and strategic partners across markets. We take pride in the fact that nearly half of the enterprises’ products developed have become leaders in the Gartner’s Magic Quadrant in their respective segments,” says Divakar Tantravahi, Chairman and CEO of Innominds.
Empowering RPA to handle any process will not only transform and streamline the organization’s workflow but will also allow for superior flexibility and a tailored response to a specific need"
Value of RPA
Of late, organizations are rushing to embrace Robotic Process Automation (RPA). One of the major reasons to do so is the return on investment that varies between 30 and 200 percent in the first year. With Innominds eyes firmly set for the future, its RPA technology will play a stellar role in coming up with more meaningful and interesting work. RPA, as a technology, will not only be used for cost-saving but will also allow organizations to quickly and accurately manage high-volume processes across complex infrastructures—and deliver a top-notch customer experience.
As the leading Product Engineering Company and a Digital Transformation partner, Innominds has integrated expertise in developing and building complete Device, Apps and Analytics solutions. They specialize in software, hardware design & development, leveraging emerging technologies.
Innominds has been helping various business verticals to automate, modernize and help prepare for the future through its various Digital Transformation services, which includes Product Engineering, UX/UI Design Engineering, Connected Devices, IoT and Mobility, QE Test Automation, RPA, Security, Big Data Analytics, DevOps & Cloud Engineering, Product Lifecycle Services, App Modernization and Blockchain.
Innominds is well equipped to adapt and embrace the changing market demands. With over two decades of experience in delivering robust, innovative and reliable solutions in product development, they have been helping their customers achieve Digital Transformation goals.
Leading Innovative Minds
Divakar Tantravahi: As a visionary leader Divakar Tantravahi, Chairman and CEO, Innominds, consistently oversees all the operations and activities that occur in the organization at a broader level. He is strongly supported by experienced members from the executive team who have decades of experience, knowledge, and know-how in their respective domains. Divakar is an employee-centric leader who prefers to work side by side with all the teams. He believes in having an effective, close interpersonal relationship with the colleague’s as it results in effective communication and better business results. “For us, employee welfare and employee well-being come first,” emphasizes Tantravahi. “We’ve created a collaborative strong learning atmosphere for our employees wherein, they get the right learning and a chance to update themselves on various emerging technologies. This element acts as strong motivating factors for our employee engagement and a crucial differentiating factor for our company’s growth and success.”
Divakar Tantravahi, Chairman & CEO, Innominds.
Decoding RPA Opportunity
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) has evolved rapidly during the last few years taking the automation industry by storm, creating a major impact on workflows, process automation, and screen scraping. In order to better understand the RPA as a business automation tool Sai Chintala, President – Quality Engineering at Innominds elucidates how it is streamlining, automating and making operations efficient. “Empowering RPA to handle any process will not only transform and streamline the organization’s workflow but will also allow for superior scalability and flexibility within the enterprise, doubled with speed and error-free process, and provides a tailored response to a specific need. BOTs can be easily trained and integrated into any system,” continues Chintala. “RPA and AI are strong emerging technologies, and in combination, they complement each other well, allowing new capabilities to emerge facilitating effective industry solutions. While RPA facilitates streamlining repetitive, rule-based business tasks and checklist-driven process, the software is still largely incapable of dealing with exceptions on its own or make cognitive decisions.”
“On the other hand, AI can be used even in addition to automation software, to approach tasks that require more complex decision-making and analysis, such as natural language processing, NER, recommendation services, and online customer support. The coordination between the technologies also points to what is possible in the future of RPA. The arenas of AI that are pertinent to RPA are machine learning, predictive analytics, and sophisticated cognitive computing.” Undoubtedly RPA is a robust tool, it collaborates with AI to uncover the true potential that lies within the cognitive skills. Chintala also points out that RPA needs to evangelize and augment the traditional levers of rule-based automation with better decision-making capabilities. He further adds, “Defining the scope and performing process mining to create the workflows is the key for a successful RPA implementation. It includes the right process identification and prioritization, detailed process assessment and process redesigning, defining detailed use cases followed by picking up the right tool, creating a business plan, defining the operational model and change management. If done incorrectly, RPA may lead to implementation failure which is attributed to various reasons like poor architectural design, unrealistic expectations, inadequate governance and lack of accountability. Despite these hurdles, RPA is likely to emerge as a key lever for businesses’ Digital Transformation encompassing the whole enterprise industry. As users demand greater performance, efficiency and better service from online services and their everyday devices, automated processes will start to carry extensive data load, which means they will have to become more intuitive and adaptive than the current automation platforms.” Indeed, with the cognitive abilities that AI brings, RPA will undoubtedly continue to leave its mark throughout the digital world. “For an organization that aims to streamline processes –RPA is an evolution, rather than the revolution of BPM or BPR, and the potential use cases are infinite spanning across industries,” concludes Chintala.