Integritas is a systems integrator that specializes in providing a suite of RPA services. They provide organizations a quick and fast way to reinvent the execution of scalable business processes using an enterprise Java-Based RPA Platform, Cloud services for hosting and the resource expertise required to discover, implement and support intelligent automation. Furthermore, their RPA as a service platform powered by Jidoka provides REST web services that allow them to integrate with intelligent automation solutions like Artificial Intelligence and to interconnect enterprise systems in complex environments. The unique factors that set Integritas apart from others are:
• Their platform is powered by Jidoka which is built in Java; a powerful, open, universal programming language and best suitable to automate complex processes.
• Subscription based model licensing with no vendor lock-in.
• Flexible Architecture – orchestration console is hosted in either their Azure Cloud or their users – their bots run inside the user’s data center so the data never leaves their clients facility.
• Easily integrate with major leading AI platforms.
• Instant access to process and technical expertise required to plan, implement and support their user’s intelligent automation.
• Business-friendly dashboards, IT Security & compliance, results proven.
The success of Integritas and advanced capabilities of its platform shows in projects like the one they did for the City of Chicago. The project was significantly behind schedule because of legacy environmental challenges. So Integritas’s team developed some in-house scripts to validate millions of ediscovery items and helped the project accomplish its objective.
“I love technology and I love using it to enabling business growth,” says Oliver with excitement. And the technology that they have identified as the key to facilitating it and survive in the age of digital transformation: RPA. “We see RPA being used a lot to improve quality and speed for customer service operations. We also continue to see a significant amount of automation being done in the middle and back offices across Technology shared services teams, HR, Finance, Marketing, Operations, and procurement,” Oliver carries on elaborating where RPA is heading, “We believe the future focus for many organizations will be to determine how to increase automation and capitalize on those opportunities that dramatically improve process outcomes, quality, costs, and cycle times beyond initial bot deployments.” And what about the concerns those are raised since the advent of automation technologies, robots replacing human workers? “Well, we believe that human hours can be reduced where RPA is implemented. It is also our belief that it will be important to leverage the extra capacity these resources have available because of RPA to focus on more higher level activities.” However, she points out, “The shortage of skilled resources could impede the growth of RPA.”
At the end of the day, Denise winds down over a nice glass of wine and by immersing herself in music generally (listening to) Jazz.