Process Automation
To err is human, it's also expensive

Business process automation (BPA), is the use of technology to execute recurring tasks or processes in a business where manual effort can be replaced. It can streamline a business for simplicity, achieve digital transformation, increase service quality, improve service delivery or contain costs. Executed properly, BPA can achieve cost minimization, greater efficiency, and streamlined processes.


of the activities employees perform can be automated
of the activities individuals are paid to perform can be automated
Automation is an extremely powerful enterprise tool that organizations can use to become more efficient and less error-prone. Using BPA enables the hand-off of menial and manual tasks to computers so that employees can focus on important qualitative tasks — work that only humans can do.

Automation is all about streamlining your team’s workload to eliminate the menial labor-intensive tasks that robots are typically better at executing. Your employees won’t necessarily get replaced by BPA, but instead will be able to perform more valuable-added work instead of getting bogged down in repetitive tasks.


Automated digital solutions built to transform
In absence of clearly defined goals,
we become strangely loyal to
performing daily acts
of trivia.

Any great digital transformation should be hatched within an automated business process mechanism.

Business process automation, when deployed and implemented properly can achieve cost minimization, greater efficiency, and streamlined processes.

Clear accountability, centralized data silos, customizable alerts and notifications, elimination of error-prone manual tasks, valuable insights, unified communication and faster turnaround times make it easier to eliminate wasteful activities and focus on enhancing tasks that add value to your enterprise.

Meta.Kraft.Labs designs, develops and integrates customized digital solutions that use data analytics and process automation to:​

business strategy with digital strategy


friction out of complex processes


manual error-prone business routines


insights from digital and data assets