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Blue Prism Cloud Primary Use Case

OC
Head of Delivery at a tech services company with 11-50 employees

Our primary use case for Blue Prism Cloud depends on what our client's needs are. If they want something that is cloud-based but they do not have their own cloud infrastructure — like Azure or something like that — they need additional support. If they want the features that come with Blue Prism Cloud, like OCR (Optical Character Recognition) functionality or anything in particular on the service desk, that is usually when clients would choose Blue Prism Cloud as an option for automating processes.  

We deliver RPA (Robotic Process Automation) solutions for our clients. We go out to them and do the discovery and identify processes that are candidates for automation with them. Then we deliver that for them by building out the processes and deploying Blue Prism. We do the whole thing up to that point.  

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RN
Project Manager at a tech consulting company with 51-200 employees

We primarily use the solution due to the cost. It lowers the cost of maintenance for the organization.

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VG
Senior Consultant - Intelligent Automations at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees

We primarily use the solution in the banking and telecom sectors. We implement the solution for our clients.

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CP
Senior Digital Program Manager at a insurance company with 5,001-10,000 employees

The solution is basically for robotic process information. We try to identify and document in order to effectively process claims. Typically, we receive a lot of documents from our users. We were trying to speed up the process by classifying those documents through an RPA process.

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Robotic Process and Test Automation Consultant at OFGEM

We did not ultimately deploy Blue Prism because we chose to use UiPath instead. However, I have detailed knowledge of this solution.

The primary use case is the building of clean, automated processes. These are then easily used and maintained by the architecture.

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PH
RPA Practice Head at a tech services company with 51-200 employees

Our primary use cases are fairly generic and relate to any type of use case where there is a lot of repetitive activity, what we call "swivel seat" processing, where you might be looking at one application and then you swivel around and enter information from the first application into the second application. A company doesn't necessarily have the manpower or money to integrate the two applications programming-wise, so they hire people to look up information in one application and enter it into another. It's applicable to insurance companies where claim information is transferred from one application into another, or quotes for customers that come in via one system and then needs to be manually entered into another system. We see a lot of financial application type use cases, whether it's vendor creation, vendor invoicing, bank reconciliations or general ledger end-of-month reconciliations. 

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LQ
Executive Director at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees

We primarily use the solution for test evaluation. It makes the process very easy.

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SB
Head of Solution Development at a energy/utilities company with 10,001+ employees

Our primary use case is for automation. To date, we have automated approximately 50 use cases for different functions including finance, order management and fuel pricing. Most of our projects are finance-related and we use the product on a daily basis. 

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MT
RPA Lead Architect and Manager at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees

Our primary use case is for reconfiguration. We use it to do our monthly reconfiguration reports. We have an Excel sheet and it logs in to a web-based application and needs to compare the monetary amount of each and every agent of the product. Once it does the monitor, it collects the respective data and creates an output that is required for reconfiguration.

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Application Architect at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees

In general, we have primarily used the solution to automate a few processes related to payments, accounts payable, and account queries. 

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LT
Research Analyst at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees

We are a consulting firm and we provide consultancy services to our clients. Part of our service is the recommendation of products and solutions to fit the requirements of our customers.

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AI
Business Application Manager at a real estate/law firm with 51-200 employees

We use Blue Prism for unattended automation.

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SN
Senior Program Manager at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees

We are a tech services company and we implement RPA solutions for our customers, such as the Blue Prism Thoughtonomy Virtual Workforce.

We have implemented this solution in a number of different industries including IT, insurance, banking, consumer industries, and retail. We have used it in any industry that you can name, including the airlines.

The deployment model and environment vary based on the requirements.

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Technology Director at Randstad USA

We primarily use Blue Prism for the automation of Google Sheets. We were helping our finance department in automating their processes that include Google Sheets, email, and web-based applications.

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