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Business Process Automation


Every day, a company has thousands of business transactions both internally and with partners. These transactions are part of organized processes and automating them is an integral part of business transformation in the digital world.

Before digitalizing and automating processes, they must first be orchestrated between stakeholders and optimized. Optimization is a continuous improvement methodology.

Therefore, the process orchestration engine companies use should allow for continuous improvements based on insights collected. Activities that are repetitive and error-prone in nature should be automated to get the best value of the orchestrated processes. Business Process Automation (BPA), sometimes referred to as Robotic Process Automation, can be an organization’s biggest ally in speeding up business transactions by streamlining data exchanges and removing errors.


At Hamiltonian systems, we take a holistic approach to automation.  This means implementing process orchestration with a data governance approach to help our customers implement autonomous processes. Our solution improves productivity, ensures data accuracy and consistency, and enhances process reliability, all within an intuitive user interface.

Our product, Kasei, allows customers to create process flows using BPMN notations. The orchestration flows allow automation and human actions to be meshed together seamlessly.


We help our customers identify opportunities in their existing business processes and work with them to find BPA solutions that directly address the top-line revenues and bottom-line savings. BPA can be used to solve chokepoints across your organization processes.  We have helped companies automate key business areas such as sourcing operations, asset and item data creation and customer discovery management.


Our experience, working across various legacy systems and cloud applications allows us to help our customers build business processes that bridge the gaps across hybrid technologies and create a data-driven organization.



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