Blue Prism - Robotic Process Automation
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Imagine a different kind of workforce. A workforce that you can teach countless skills. The more it learns, the more efficient it becomes. It works without ever taking a vacation. It can be small one day or large when your business hits a spike. And it frees up your best people to really be your very best people. Meet the Software Robots – the Virtual Workforce.

What we do

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The Virtual Workforce

Enabling organisations to automate existing everyday user actions.

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Software robots

Versatile, flexible, trainable and reliable.

Blue Prism Back Office Tasks

Back office tasks

Taking over the granular work, freeing up your people to perform.

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Our Services

Operational, technical and industry experts with the knowledge and experience to support you

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Partners

Working together to ensure our clients receive maximum value

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Customers

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Videos

Dave Moss, CTO and Co-founder delivers TEDx Talk on Robotic Process Automation

We are all familiar with physical, industrial robots, but what about robots that work in offices? In fact, they are already taking up posts around the world alongside their human counterparts. What opportunities does the Virtual Workforce present, and why are organisations choosing them to facilitate better service, faster growth and to react more quickly to market opportunities?

Prof Willcocks on the future of work

In a new video for the London School of Economics, Professor of Technology Work and Globalization Leslie Willcocks introduces his research on the future of work and the benefits associated with robotic process automation (RPA) across industries.

New Frontiers For Robotic Automation

Robotic Automation has revolutionised manufacturing, delivering efficiency and providing high quality products for consumers. This video explores how robotic automation is moving into other industries and in particular the back office of the services industry.

Introduction to Blue Prism Robotic Automation Software Platform

Dave Moss, CTO and Co-founder of Blue Prism introduces the Blue Prism Robotic Automation Software Platform and explains how the technology is used by accredited operational business teams to rapidly and cost effectively build their own process automations to support ever changing business initiatives and operational demands, within an IT governed framework.

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Software Robots’ Hidden Benefit: Scalability

“To date, in many instances software robots are being used in routine work that is carried out by temporary staff, or staff that is hired to fulfill seasonal peaks, or for staff bursts that are required by regulatory spikes, new product launches or some new operation being introduced.”

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Rise of the software machines

“One telecoms company, replaced 45 offshore employees, costing a total of $1.35m a year, with ten of Blue Prism’s software robots, costing $100,000. The telecoms firm then spent its savings of $1.25m on hiring 12 new people to do more innovative work locally at its headquarters.”

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The Third Industrial Revolution powered by Software Robots

“We’re on the brink of the Third Industrial Revolution, with robots moving off the factory floor and emerging in the white-collar office.”