We're a data-first company helping businesses increase productivity through a combination of process automation and optimization
Most Wrasses are cleaner fish. They help the other fish groom by feeding off dead skin cells on their bodies. At Wrasse tech we aim to make businesses leaner yet more efficient by building tools that help automate and monitor the mundane and repetitive processes and tasks through the use of Machine Learning and other related technologies.
Many businesses are starting to utilize their data assets, however, to fully benefit from the power of AI they must invest in creating an AI-worthy data environment. Wrasse was founded with the goal of helping such businesses accelerate the development of internal systems to make it easy for them to embrace digital transformation through the adoption of Process Automation and optimization.
We're an enterprise-friendly solutions provider. Whether you need to customize an existing solution or develop an entirely new product for a use case not yet supported by existing off-the-shelf solutions, we've got you covered. We will work with you to map, measure, and develop a bespoke solution that caters to your specific need(s).
Are you thinking of optimizing your business process workflows across your entire business or organization? Rest assured that Wrasse Tech can help. We will work with you to model your processes in BPMN 2.0 standard; help you execute the processes, as well as monitor them for bottlenecks and other areas requiring optimization. Our approach simplifies complicated workflows making it easy for all stakeholders to understand.
You have our full attention whether you're a company of 5 or 1000+, our team is always on hand to assist with any technical issue.
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Automation has now emerged as a key differentiator in a post pandemic world enabling digital first businesses to stay ahead of the competition. Want to know how you too can get started?
Discovery and Analysis
- Initial assessment of automation needs and objectives
- Assessment of existing systems, data, and processes
- Architecture definition and solution design mapping
- Technology Consulting
- Solution development and customization
- Extension of current IT systems with custom add-ons and plugins
- Full documentation of the delivered solution/functionalities
- Staff Training: Admin and End-users
- Comprehensive testing and UAT
Integration and Deployment
- Solution integration; if API-based
- Data integration
- Enterprise Deployment/implementation
Maintenance and Support
- Profiling, detection of bottlenecks, and fixing productivity flaws
- Migration to newer platforms and product versions
- Set-up of technical support L1-L3 for monitoring
Chief Special Projects Officer - Rascom Ltd
As soon as I saw the RPA demo, I realized two things: first that’s going to change everything, and second, there were so many ways that RPA could help our company.
Director - Wrasse Bank Inc.
RPA brought speed to our operations. The complex processes in treasury and tax are now more accurate and efficient. Combining RPA with cognitive automation and analytics gives us the foundation to transform how we serve customers.
Chief Officer - Operations & Strategy - RASA Consulting
It just took 3 weeks for small and medium-sized processes to be automated. The heaviest processes took only 9 weeks. The results were delivered fast, giving us the opportunity to assess the fast pace.
What is business process automation (BPA)?
It is the use of technology to execute recurring tasks or processes in a business where manual effort can be replaced. It is done to minimize costs, increase efficiency, and streamline processes.
Why should you automate business processes?
Automation can lead to streamlined processes that result in clear accountability, customizable notifications, valuable insights, and faster turnaround which make it easier to eliminate wasteful activities and focus on enhancing tasks that add value.
What business processes should you automate?
Any activity that is high volume, requires multiple people to execute, is time-sensitive, significantly impacts other processes and systems, and requires compliance and audit trails is a candidate for automation, examples include employee onboarding, payroll, invoicing, data aggregation, and migration.
What are the benefits of using business process automation tools?
Automation can result in transparent business processes, efficiency which leads to productivity, faster turnaround times thus cost reduction due to limited manual interventions. Employees are also freed to focus on more rewarding tasks that require human judgment and effort.
What are the best practices for business process automation?
A clear understanding of tasks involved and people involved, clearly defined goals to aid course correction, phased approach to measure results, sufficient staff training during the adjustment period, and a long term ROI outlook.