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Driving an MSP’s Profitability for Robotic Process Automation Practices: 3 Go-To Strategies

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) has gained a lot of traction due to its advantages, i.e., higher employee productivity, reduced risk, quality data and savings in terms of operational efficiency, better customer service, and more. But it does not mean that the managed service providers (MSPs) are also making lots of money. So, are there any strategies to help MSPs maximize margins from a new RPA business. This is what this article attempts to explain– how MSPs can quickly monetize a new RPA practice.

10 Free Tools for MSPs

As customer expectations increase every year, digital offerings are necessary to stay competitive. Hence, efficient and cost-effective tools are essential to succeed. Read more to find out about ten free tools available for MSPs.

Stress Management for MSPs

Stress management is essential for MSPs that have a high workload and little time. RPA is a great solution to reduce stress for MSPs as it automates the tiering tasks and creates more time for employees, ensuring they don’t feel too overwhelmed. Read more to find out about the role of RPA in managing stress.

Helpdesk Automation: How RPA Can Help

The helpdesk is the lifeline for all MSPs. Currently, the demand for helpdesk services is increasing, and staffing and budgets are failing to match it, causing many serious issues. Helpdesks are commonly involved with several repetitive tasks, and RPA has a lot of potential in improving the functionality. Read more to learn about it.

Wilton Rogers, Founder of Simply Automate: Life has a way of putting you in a position to succeed if you stay true to your beliefs

Everyone chases the results, but the truth is, success does not happen overnight. It is the process and steps you take to get there that matters. Wilton Rogers is an example of a visionary who ensured his MSP Simply Automate reached the top with the help of ElectroNeek. Learn about his journey and insightful advice to MSPs today.

Automation of Legacy Systems with RPA

The quick adoption of new technologies and removal of obsolete technology is not an easy task. One of the most promising solutions to upgrading legacy systems is RPA. The demands of customers, competition, and market constantly evolve, and the only way businesses can keep up is by using modern technology. It is legacy systems that commonly cause roadblocks in gaining an edge over the competition. RPA removes such hurdles and offers the competitive advantage needed to succeed in a cut-throat market.

RPA as an Integral Part of Business Process Improvement Strategy

MSPs must consistently evaluate their business process plans to ensure no inefficiencies or gaps in the workflows. Here is where Business Process Improvement (BPI), aided with RPA, can ensure there are no inefficiencies and remove pain points caused by manual intervention.

BPI is crucial to derive the highest success from automating various workflows. It works with RPA to ensure MSPs reap the benefits and improve revenue generation.

If you use BPI tools and choose which processes to automate, this article can help you understand the advantages and best practices in depth, ensuring you find the best solutions.

What is Process Discovery and Why do Your Clients Need it?

Process discovery assists MSPs in recognizing the essential processes which are ready to be automated now or in the future by recording all the activities related to data, staff, and technology to comprehend the need for automation. It is the most vital role in successfully automating any process. Learn more about how it can help your MSP.

7 Best Cloud Orchestration Tools for MSPs

The growing popularity of cloud computing makes it crucial for Managed Service Providers (MSPs) to adopt modern practices such as public clouds, private clouds, and hybrid clouds. Find out the current top 7 cloud orchestration tools to manage cloud infrastructures.

Remote Monitoring and Management (RMM) Automation

Remote Monitoring and Management (RMM) or remote IT management helps IT teams monitor desktops and other devices remotely. This activity involves proactive maintenance and security of an enterprise’s IT environment by remotely monitoring desktops, networks, and clients endpoints, rolling out updates and patches, solving problems, installing and configuring software, etc.

Automation in BCDR: How ElectroNeek RPA Can Help MSPs

Introduction As businesses are increasingly relying on IT, business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) programs have become vital to warrant business can operate ‘close to normal’ during and after an unexpected event. This critical condition can be anything, from internal problems such as accidental deletion, hardware failure, and malicious users to external accidents such as […]

How to Start an RPA Business: a Beginner’s Guide

In this article, we will provide you with tips on creating a successful RPA implementation business. Whether you are going to build an RPA startup from scratch or consider providing managed RPA implementation services this guide will help you focus on the most important steps and decide which business model is the most suitable for you.

RPA (Robotic Process Automation) and IT Teams — A Winning Duo

Introduction In this digital age where everything is always “connected and operational,” We expect things to happen in a snap. Whether your customers are internal (employees, stakeholders, etc.) or external, they make themselves heard quickly if they don’t get what they expected on time from the IT department. However, many may not understand the IT […]

Uday Sanghani: RPA Legend on Automation Capital of Future and 4 Elements of Success

Uday Sanghani has led global portfolios at KPMG, EY, Accenture, and DELL, and it is only a small portion of his industry achievements.
Previously, we have published the first part of the interview with Uday Sanghani, where he has shared his thoughts on blind spots in implementing automation in a company and the bots that are expected to become the new types of workers in the ever-changing technology world.
The second part is devoted to the cultural differences of spreading emerging technologies across the world and our guest’s personal approach to constant professional growth.