RPA for Nonprofit Digital Transformation | UiPath
Shashank Pancharpula is a customer success manager at UiPath.
Imagine going to school for more than 10 years to become a doctor. You’re dedicated to making the world a better place, and ready to positively impact society. But when you graduate, you realize that you have to spend countless hours doing mundane administrative work – hours that could be spent serving patients and bettering the world.
Hundreds of clinicians faced this exact challenge at The New York Foundling, one of the oldest child welfare nonprofits in New York. Rather than using their time to provide evidence-based social services to orphan children across the state of New York, these clinicians had to spend hours moving data from one system to another.
Luckily, as part of their digital transformation effort, The New York Foundling will be able to repurpose 100,000 ‘administrative hours’ annually to make an even bigger impact on the lives of children.
Saving 100,000 hours annually through a digital technology solution might be the status quo in the for-profit world, but these kinds of successes are rare in the nonprofit sector. Despite having the best missions, nonprofits often don’t have the best technology. As a result, nonprofits miss out on tremendous benefits that come with having the latest technologies.
But thanks to Robotic Process Automation (RPA), nonprofits can now take the first step in their digital transformation journey!