Ashling Partners is a leading expert in scaling hyperautomation within the manufacturing industry.
See how digital automation processes can impact your manufacturing company.
Winners of both 2020 and 2021 UiPath Partner of the Year, Ashling Partners has a talented team, years of experience, and proven success in scaling robotic process automation for manufacturing corporations globally.
See the clear benefits of implementing RPA in Manufacturing
Reduced end-to-end cycle time
Keep SG&A costs even while growing the business
Reduce administrative time and focus on more meaningful work
Ability to innovate and improve customer experience
What are the business benefits of RPA for Manufacturing companies?
Examples of what you can automate
We help you scale intelligent automation at your company regardless of where you are on your automation journey
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Day 2 Clients
Manufacturing companies need an experienced partner to help plan your process design, build your automation, and run a successful program.
Driving efficiency gains and business process improvements through intelligent automation.
Automatically read and process everyday documents with RPA, AI, and ML
How we work to build and scale your intelligent automation program
Advisors and Educators
Our professional team of manufacturing digital automation experts will help identify opportunities for intelligent automation.
We have the global resources to provide a dedicated team committed to helping you achieve your business goals.
We empower your employees to drive efficiency and perform more meaningful work by leveraging intelligent automation.
Ashling Partners will plan your process design, build your automation and run a successful digital automation program for your manufacturing company.
Frequently asked questions about Manufacturing RPA
How do you commonly structure an RPA program?
The ideal world is a top-down, bottom-up approach where executive support communicates and supports an IA initiative driven by top-level goals and ideation is culture-driven from the bottom up. The only add here is when there is a variable different from the norm, the correct integration of the Six-Sigma team (CI team, process improvement, etc.). Properly executed, Six-Sigma teams are integrated within the process but do not ultimately own the automation program.
How do you choose a starting point? How do you prioritize?
Highly-automatable use cases are, as always, the best place to start as we need to bring executive support along through ROI. Automation programs sometimes fail because they automate processes that don’t move the business forward. That being said, after we identify KPIs and goals along with areas of the business that are time consuming or paper heavy, we would prioritize those opportunities first.
How do you qualify automation opportunities?
Process prioritization workbook / automation hub – the only difference here is whether or not UiPath software is being utilized. If this is an engagement that is net new, we would likely use the process prioritization workbook. If UiPath software is utilized, we will use an automation hub. That said, ultimately the decision is up to the CIO or whomever is the decision maker. Sometimes automations that bring a separate variable of value are prioritized over ROI.
What does IA look like for manufacturing?
IA for manufacturing looks very similar to other industries at the start of their journey. Unless there is a laser focused need to automate a pain point, it is most common to start in finance, IT, or HR. Next, the common thread or theme if you will is within supply chain. That could mean distribution, inventory management, or behind the scenes analytics.
Who owns the approval of automation ideas? IT or Business?
Business led and IT supported
How does UiPath work and where does Ashling come in?
UiPath is the software solution and or platform provider; Ashling is partner provider driving the execution of hyperautomation soup to nuts.
What does governance look like in an automation program?
Reach out to our team for more information on governance in manufacturing automation.
Do you have the experience to be prescriptive in manufacturing RPA?
Yes! Driving ideation sessions, for example, are very similar to Six-Sigma / continuous improvement project discussions. That process as it stands today is very refined allowing for the ability to be prescriptive moving forward with a client.
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