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An Approach of Increasing Accounting Processes Effectiveness Via RPA

Student: Artem Kuzminov

Supervisor: Julia Bilinkis (Stavenko)

Faculty: Graduate School of Business

Educational Programme: Business Informatics (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2019

Business process automation is considered as synonymous with improving business process efficiency. In the spotlight of the work lies the technology of business process robotization (RPA) announced in 2012, as well as the approach of its approach to improve the efficiency of accounting. The relevance of the work is proved by many articles and studies, as well as successful robot implementation business cases in organizations. The purpose of the study is to formulate an approach to accounting process robotization. To achieve this goal, the following tasks were set: to conduct a comparative analysis of the market of vendors of software for robotics, to form an approach to the IT project performance. The first part of the work is devoted to the definition of RPA technology, understanding its capabilities and application boundaries, involving market analysis of software vendors for technology. Further, the application of technology for reengineering accounting business processes was considered, business cases were investigated and an approach to the implementation of the robot into the accounting system of the organization within the framework of the pilot project was designed. As a part of the analysis of business cases, IT projects at different stages were considered, as well as the problems that they solved and the results that were achieved within these projects. The practical result of the study was IT project management model for the robotization of the process of formation of reconciliation acts, to which the recommendations were applied.

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