Digital transformation can be supported by RPA adoption, outsourcing, and team extension. FASTPATH ​​Automation is here to help you digitally transform your business and fully implement UiPATH RPA projects.


Expertise in Robotic Process Automation


RPA outsourcing gives you unlimited access to highly skilled professionals, RPA developers ready to develop any RPA project and come up with excellent RPA solutions.

Business processes are reshaping due to inevitable changes that occur in time. When a company decides to use new technologies, such as Robotic Process Automation, a question needs to be asked: Should you use an in-house RPA development team or try RPA outsourcing to create and implement the processes?
Suppose you decide to use RPA outsourcing for your projects. In that case, you will benefit from significant advantages such as accessing a big talent pool of developers, getting efficient development and implementation avoiding the extra costs. RPA outsourcing will give you time to focus on the most critical problems, the core business, using the workforce to solve strategic tasks, and, in the end, bringing significant benefits to the company.

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Access to highly qualified RPA developers

Every project has certain needs and criteria. So, RPA outsourcing and team extension give you the possibility to access a large pool of RPA developers and hire only those that fit your project. With RPA outsourcing, the expenses list will shrink because you don’t have to invest in the search, training, and retention of the specialists. The hired team must consist of experienced RPA developers and RPA analysts with at least a few successful projects in their portfolio.

Cost savings in the digital transformation process


Searching for the most suitable way to implement an RPA project can cause extra costs and overheads. If you choose to work with an RPA outsourcing partner for your RPA project, all those expenditures will be avoided. This approach allows you to free up the company’s capital and use it in other projects.



Effective Robotic Process Automation implementation


Your RPA outsourcing partner should have a strong knowledge of how to implement an RPA project. This will give maximum efficiency and will ensure a start-to-complete RPA project.




RPA outsourcing, resourcing, and team extension

Our RPA team is made of talented and motivated RPA developers, passionate about automation, and with many years of experience in software development, with several successful RPA projects done. Our developers are UiPath Certified.

An RPA Business analyst must know how to combine the RPA knowledge with the process. He/She must understand the business, the process, and the technical requirements in detail. Working closely with the SME expert, the business analyst models the processes and optimizes them if find it necessary. The main responsibility of a business analyst in an RPA process is to establish which are the processes suitable for automation and develops a plan for the entire automation process.

Our UiPath certified RPA business analyst can help you with:

  • Establishing whether a process is eligible or not for automation makes an in-depth analysis of the applications and processes used
  • Draws up a PDD (Process Definition Document) and follows it
  • Monitors the RPA process

The role of an RPA developer is very complex. He/She must design, develop, and test the workflow automation. The developer also has to offer support during the implementation phase of the RPA solution and also works side by side with the business analyst during the process documentation. Assisting the team in testing, implementing, and maintenance of the solution is another one of the RPA developer’s responsibilities.

Our UiPath certified RPA developers can help you with:

  • Development strategy and design
  • Intermediate and final code review
  • Draws up the PDI (Process Design Instruction) and follows it
  • Register and monitor changes

Defining the architecture of an RPA solution and overseeing it from start to finish falls in the RPA architect responsibilities. The architect supports the development and all the implementation phases. He/She selects the appropriate tools and functionalities and ensures that the solution complies with the guidelines.

Our UiPath RPA architect can help you with:

  • Designing a solution that meets all the functional requirements and all the compliance and security requirements
  • The architect acts as a bridge between the company and the IT department

An RPA infrastructure specialist is the one responsible for the infrastructure support, the installation of the servers, and technical support for troubleshooting. He/She works closely with the architect to complete the RPA solution.

Our RPA infrastructure specialists are UiPath certified.

Once the process is put into production, the RPA administrator comes in and takes over the monitoring, alerting, and maintenance of the RPA project.

Our UiPath certified RPA administrators can help you with:

  • Identifying the problems that can occur during the RPA process and solving them
  • Keeps track and notes the “changes “if necessary
  • Changing credentials and user maintenance
  • Process monitoring

The quality of the project is guaranteed by the Project Manager. He/She makes sure that everything is delivered on time and for that, the PM works closely with the development team, the company, and the client.

Our UiPath certified Project managers can help you with:

  • Designing and implementing the plan
  • Testing the plan
  • Consultation and communication
  • Budget monitoring and timeline
  • Makes sure that the information is available when is needed
  • Ensures the delivery of the project


Would you like to know which business processes are suitable for RPA outsourcing?

Find out where the opportunities lie in your company with a FREE CONSULTATION! We will identify, qualify, and select the processes that have the most RPA potential based on criteria such as volume, frequency, and error sensitivity.


attended robots

Robotic process automation is the primary focus of CoSo by AROBS. Because of this, CoSo launched its main RPA business line – FASTPATH ​​Automation.
After 28 years of experience in software development, CoSo by AROBS gathered great experience in the fields of process automation, TMS, and a lot more. Our team of RPA specialists in The Netherlands and Belgium is backed up by 900+ experienced developers from Romania, Moldova, Hungary, and Serbia.

28 years ago, CoSo by AROBS was born out of the passion for automation  – process automation – business automation, so, the origin of the company can be found in the area of technical automation, specifically, production automation. Over time, CoSo by AROBS gained experience in software development and RPA (Robotic Process Automation).
Among the most important clients of CoSo by AROBS are Alpega, Emerson, BASF, and Schneider.
CoSo by AROBS is located in Ulvenhout (Breda), The Netherlands with a subsidiary in Belgium.

Are you interested in learning more about robotic process automation?
Business process automation stands at the origin of Robotic Process Automation. It is a technology that allows the automation of business procedures throughout the installation of the software.
Governed by business logic, RPA is intended to carry out many business actions with no errors. An RPA software robot never gets tired. The robot can operate continuously with no breaks at low prices.

Read more Depending upon how it’s programmed, an RPA robot can perform tasks such as making calculations, log into programs, move folders and files, open mail, and attachments. Some robots could also extract and process content from documents, emails, forms, or PDFs, connect to platform APIs, and much more.

Among the benefits of RPA is decreasing the prices and the incidents linked to human error. Being programmed from the beginning, there will be no room for mistakes in anything undertaken by the software robot. The price can be another great benefit. Implementing an RPA procedure is relatively low in cost as it doesn’t involve any custom software or complicate system integration.
At this stage, the bot is very capable of executing low-value tasks. If a company wants to implement RPA for more significant and tougher tasks, it can be upgraded with cognitive technologies like natural language processing, machine learning, or speech recognition.

Robotic Process Automation can also improve the work environment for the employees. The robots take the repetitive tasks that were previously done by the employees. This way, humans can focus on more important and intellectual activities, such as customer service, client experience, and developing more ideas that benefit the organization.
FASTPATH Automation solves robotic process automation challenges using innovative technologies, but also with SCADA, PLC, DCS, Batch, or alternative management manufacturing systems and technology.
We also pride ourselves that at FASTPATH Automation — CoSo by AROBS, Robotic Process Automation engineers work to find high-quality system integration for oil, chemical, and gasoline, biotechnological and pharmaceutical industries.
Similarly, we provide knowledge on diverse technologies like DCS, PLC and ESD, ATEX, Wireless, ISA S88/Batch, and SIL (TUV certified), knowledge, and expertise with Fieldbuses, such as Profibus, HART, and Foundation Fieldbus. Both FASTPATH Automation and CoSo by AROBS and our engineers are VCA-certified.

Our experience in software for industrial process automation brings new possibilities for our customers. We optimize their logistics with our software, and we work to obtain time and to optimize the effort, ultimately, to deliver a complete business automation solution.

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RPA outsourcing by 2024

RPA outsourcing trendsAccording to Gartner’s latest forecast, global robotic process automation software revenues were expected to reach $1.89 Billion in 2021, an 19.5% increase over 2020. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic’s economic impact, the RPA market will continue to grow at double-digit yearly rates until 2024.

COVID-19 brought higher enterprise interest in RPA

Many enterprises have been attracted to RPA during the pandemic and subsequent recession. Gartner predicts that 90% of large global companies will adopt RPA by 2022. This is because they want to digitally empower crucial business processes with resilience and scalability while also recalibrating manual labor.

Organizations will increase their RPA capacity.

It is expected that large companies will triple the capacity of their RPA portfolios by 2024. This will be mainly due to large companies that purchase new capacity from original vendors or other ecosystem members.

Non-IT Buyers Will Be the Future RPA Clients

As RPA becomes more widely known, RPA adoption will rise. Gartner predicts that nearly half of all RPA clients in 2024 will be business buyers from non-IT organizations.

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