50% of organisations need buy-in from teams outside of technical to move forward with digital transformation projects meaning a strong business case is critical.*

Procensol UK are seeking interest from organisations with an appetite to improve the productivity, competitiveness and innovation capacity of their business through intelligent automation.

We are passionate about helping businesses see how easy it can be to elevate their workforce, and have people and bots working side-by-side for the benefit of the organisation as a whole.

We are looking to work with businesses and not for profits to identify processes which will benefit from intelligent automation. We will work alongside you to identify how robotic process automation (RPA) can work for your specific business needs, and then showcase this by building a proof of concept, completed in a test environment with sample data, to ensure you have the strongest business case possible.

If this sounds like something your business would benefit from, please submit the form.

Please be aware that by completing this form you are under no contractual obligation to work with Procensol UK.

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to email automation@procensol.com where a member of our automation team will get back to you as soon as possible.

Express your interest in an intelligent automation proof of concept for your business today.

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The people and organisations who are embracing the digital workforce are the ones who will prosper in the digital era.

Rather than being afraid of complementing teams with RPA and Artificial Intelligence, digital leaders recognise the value they can bring to their people and the business overall by integrating intelligent automation into business operations.

*Statistics shown here have been taken from an independent survey conducted by Censuswide, with a sample of 258 business managers with a minimum of 100 C-suites executives in UK-based businesses (15+ employees) with a skew towards manufacturing, finance and professional services between 09.07.2019 - 22.07.2019.

For the purposes of the survey, digital transformation projects ranged from moving to the cloud to implementation of payment systems. The most common projects involved the following:

  • Moving to the cloud
  • Cyber security
  • AI
  • Implementation of agile systems/processes
  • CRM/digital data capture
  • Implementation of payment systems/stock management systems
Base numbers of respondents varied, as not all participants answered all questions.