Accounting and financing both the profiles are known as one of the topmost job profiles across the globe. And the implementation of RPA doesn’t replace the accountants or financiers from their jobs, even helped them to lessen their workload and freeing them to step into the advisory and new strategic world.
If you are an accountant, financier, or banker, you must have experienced a delay in your work, even delay which happens always. RPA helps an accountant and financer to complete their tasks, activities, and reporting before the deadlines as it looks at every work done by them.
Since 2016, the implementation of RPA was actively looked on a priority in back-office outsourcing situations. Today’s banking and financing sectors, RPA is working as a virtual accountant. It is reducing 50-70% effort and analysis done by a human.
Efficient and Quality: RPA is one of the tools which work 24/7 on the processes. It creates an extreme level of efficiency and quality in every work. It helps to detect human errors and increase the accuracy and reliability of data with minimal costing.
Internal Control: Many of the organizations outsource their work due to busy schedules and workloads. Outsourcing leads an organization one step closer to hacking, as they share their confidential details with people who are working as freelancers. Once the RPA is introduced, it helps an organization to have its data and information confidential that to under internal control.
Implementation of the right decisions at the right time is just like having a cherry on the cake. With complete guidance and application, RPA can automate several processes in only a few weeks.
RPA is proved as a reliable tool in the operational departments, especially when operations are seasonal. It scales up the changing needs of the market, and it would automatically suggest you expand when demand is scaling up, and reducing it back when it returns to normal. It offers flexibility to an organization to work as per the request of the market.
I want to give your eye on the cases where RPA is implemented successfully into accounting and financing departments in India.
TDS and Goods and Service Tax (GST)- RPA is actively implemented on GST like uploading invoices, monthly or quarterly filing of tax returns, extracting invoices, creating real-time reports of inventory, input tax credit, and many other records. And in TDS-tax, it helped filing, monitoring, and capturing the reason for rejection by an email alert.
Dashboards to capture their business performances- RPA does includes different kind of panels for higher management; where they can obtain their business performance, the status of ongoing and upcoming projects, and decided organizational goals in a single view.
Regular Analysis of Profit and Loss (P&L) – RPA provides a 100% accurate P & L report which has to be submitted to a law created by all statements, costs, and expenses incurred during that specific period.
Helps to maintain data consistency- Data is one of the hardest things to manage for an individual. The implementation of RPA avoids all the disadvantaged which may cause by incorrect data, e.g. raising of the purchase order to the wrong vendor, inaccurate or invalid data of a vendor, overdue fees, and money loss in any means.