What is Robotic Process Automation

Robotic Process Automation is a tool to free up a business’ employees of doing mechanical and tedious work. There are a number of tasks in each process that an employee does that can and should be automated because a configured Robot can perform them faster and with greater accuracy than a human. 

RPA is a technology that transfers data from the human to the system and back. RPA deployments studies have shown a significant decrease in process time, a major reduction in errors, and a high potential for scalability. Automation also increases job satisfaction for employees.

Globally, it is not uncommon to hear of companies implementing or have implemented RPA to automate their process. Because of its rapid and demonstrable time-to-value, RPA is growing in scope and spreading across a wide variety of industries.

Why Choose to Automate?

Reduce manual work and human error
Robots can work 24 hours, 7 days / week.
Robots work faster and more accurately
Add new tasks, without adding human resource
Reduce operating cost
Focus resources on value-adding tasks

Hypernix's RPA Solution is a combination of seamlessly integrated applications

Intelligent Optical Character Recognition

iOCR today is built-in with machine learning capabilities that enables the application to learn new words and structures. This enables greater text and image capture accuracy.

Nanonets and AWS Textract are our primary partners to deliver reliable iOCR applications.

Software Robots

The star of any RPA solution is none other than the software robots themselves.

UiPath, the leading software product producer dishes out attended and non-attended robots, as well as an entire suite of solution to help you optimize the automation of your business processes.

Process Automation

RPA is not complete without the workhorse that enables tasks or processes to be performed autonomously.


Joget is a clear leader in this technology. It enables the design and development of process automation using  Rapid Application Development or RAD. This means building automation solutions faster, thus saving precious resources. 


Hypernix RPA Case Study 

Public Listed Building and Construction Materials Manufacturer & Distributor

The construction company processes on average 5,000 invoices per month. They have a high accounting staff turnover as the job is very demanding especially during closing periods. This causes them to spend a substantial amount of resources on hiring and training. It also takes the new hires time to become familiar with their function which takes weeks. 

The company also faces the usual issues with manually performed tasks, i.e. unwantedly high error rate and missing documents, hence wasted time and opportunity to perform tasks that are more productive.

Since embarking on digital transformation, the accounting department is more productive as they spend less time doing corrective tasks. The staff turnover rate has reduced to almost zero and some staff were also re-assigned to new roles as a large portion of their tasks have been automated. .

The company is on a high-growth mode, hence prior to implementing RPA, they were expecting to hire more staff to handle the new workload. However, now their staff strength is kept to a manageable level even though the company has grown substantially organically and by acquisition in the last 2 years.


The company now requires 65% less resources to perform the predictive and repetitive accounting tasks. This translates not only to savings but also improved bottom-line as the reassigned staff were able to contribute more effectively to the company.

Globally, businesses are continuously optimizing these functions with RPA

Accounting & Finance


Key Use Cases:

  • Accounts Payable

  • Accounts Receivable

  • CN/DN Processing

  • Accounts Receivable

  • Bank Reconciliation

  • Credit Limit Application

  • GRN Processing


Human Resource

Key Use Cases:

  • On/off-boarding Processing

  • Payroll Processing

  • Claims and Over-time Submissions

  • Leave Management

  • Time and Attendance


Supply Chain

Key Use Cases:

  • Order processing

  • Warehouse operations

  • Logistics

  • Goods receipt

  • Billing and payment


Customer Service

Key Use Cases:

  • Chatbots

  • Log customer contacts and issues

  • Escalation of issues or opportunities

  • Customer notifications


Information Technology

Key Use Cases:

  • Managing Virtual Machines

  • Creating new users and groups at onboarding.

  • Manage cybersecurity and threats. Raise alerts on detection of breach.

  • Helpdesk escalation.


Key Use Cases:

  • Managing patient files

  • Scheduling appointments

  • Billings and claims processing.

  • Managing inventory

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