ROBOT AS A SERVICE
Robotics-As-A-Service (RaaS) is a new business model where robots are offered as a service rather than as a product to manage an organization’s most manual, mundane, repetitive, or hazardous tasks across multiple locations.
Our Robotics-as-a-Service model offers a flexible and scalable solution suited for individual customer needs. We provide cost efficient solutions through knowledge and industry collaboration.
Potential of Intelligent & Robotic Process Automation
✓ Are you thinking of cost reduction without affecting the business activities?
✓ Are you Starting a business transformation project in your organisation?
✓ Don’t want to take the risk and bear the full costs of the implementation?
Robotics as a Service (RaaS) is a unique model which is a combination of cloud computing, AI, robotics and shared services. With RaaS, clients don’t really need to buy an integrated solution; they can, instead, lease the robotic devices as a cloud based service.
RaaS offers flexible purchasing procedure that helps buyers maintain their bottom line. Further to this, enhanced employee engagement, customer satisfaction and loyalty are some of the turnaround factors which makes Robotics as a Service the darling of futuristic businesses.
Glomatriz “RaaS” not only build the desired Automation applications, they Run and Maintain the robots. You only pay for the actual usage. “Flexible price based on volume of the Transactions”
Robotics as a cloud service lets businesses store data that are collected by the robots in the cloud. The robots across various locations such as warehouses or retail stores are connected over the internet. They get access to the shared software (SaaS) and cloud storage. The data captured by robots across different locations can be stacked away in a centrally stored cloud based system and can be accessed by humans. This will ensure seamless data and process flow without disrupting the existing businesses. Moreover, this will add value to organizations operating hundreds of robots, with each robots performing different tasks.
On the other hand, businesses that find it challenging to invest in robots leverage the power of robotics by renting robots and subscribing to the shared software model. This is a popular model among businesses as it offers cost affordability, accessibility and feasibility.
RaaS is available for businesses in two ways – “Robotics as a cloud service” and “Robots on rental”
RPA Service Offers
Robots - on - Rental (RoR)
Deployment on client’s premises – Monthly billing for the usage
License + Server + Implementation
Robots - As - A - Service
Subscription Model / Pay Per Usage (Hosted on Cloud)
5 Factors in Choosing Which Processes to Automate
“99% of organizations still spend considerable personnel time doing repetitive manual tasks, with almost three quarters (74%) spending over a quarter of their time doing so.”
Complexity of a process can be defined by the number of applications/systems, the frequency of human intervention, or the number of steps required in order to execute the task.
Organizations do not have a defined set of opening hours, meaning a high volume of orders, requests, and complaints are received around the clock, regardless of weekends and holidays.
Standardization and Stability
RPA is best most suited for automating tasks that are highly definable and occur the same way every time. These activities are be rules-based, consistent and data driven.
of Outsourcing Many business activities, especially in financial services, require a high level of regulatory compliance. This kind of security is often difficult to achieve and maintain with offshoring because companies have a lesser degree of oversight and direct control when processes are managed by a BPO provider.
Industries Benefits from RaaS
While Robotics as a Service Model is widely preferred in the automotive industry, there is an increase in the adoption of this model in various industries like retail, healthcare, logistics, agriculture, electronics and education as well. This growth is being driven by increase in labour costs, skilled labour shortage and reduced price of robotic systems.
Two of the fastest growing industries that are turning to RaaS are healthcare and manufacturing. At present, the manufacturing industry invests the most in robots while healthcare is picking up and expected to spend more in the coming years.
“Robotic capabilities continue to expand while increasing investment in robot development is driving competition and helping to bring down the costs associated with robots.”