Automate Repetitive Processes with Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

Ha-Shem Limited

This offer helps organizations automate Repetitive Processes with RPA, or Simply Bots. Bots are any set of applications used to capture data and manipulate applications to perform repetitive tasks.

Power Automate allows organizations to automate manual and repetitive processes so that IT admins can focus on higher-value tasks. It is a unique service that can be used to unify cloud services, desktop applications, and legacy systems.

Power Automate provides digital process automation and RPA to bridge what you can automate between modern, API-based services and the websites and desktop applications for which you do not have an API-based connector.

Leveraging on the underlying technology of Microsoft Power Automate, Robotic process automation (RPA) enables organizations to automate mundane, rules-based tasks. With RPA, you can automate legacy software without APIs, which opens the world of automation to include old or new software, on-premises, or in the cloud.


Robotic Process Automation", otherwise known as "RPA" or "bots," means an application, or any set of applications, used to capture data and manipulate applications to perform repetitive tasks. Bots operate upon any UI (User Interface) element of Windows 10/11 within an Operating System Environment (OSE) and/or work upon any Office applications in any OSE.

RPA allows organizations to create automation even in older systems that do not have an API. With RPA, you automate applications by teaching Power Automate to mimic a human user's mouse movements and keyboard entries as if a robot were using the computer. In other words, whereas digital process automation provides API connectors so you can tell the application what to do, with RPA, you show it what to do.

RPA – Attended (human-initiated) Mode Scenarios

In the attended (human-initiated) scenarios, the automation is executed when users are in front of their computers. This is suitable when you want to automate tasks and processes at an individual level. The automation is often triggered manually whenever the user wants to run it. The process might require human interaction or decisions between steps.

RPA – Unattended (fully automated) Mode Scenarios

In the Unattended (fully automated) scenarios, a designated computer or a server is set up to run the automation on behalf of a user. The whole automation process is run entirely by Power Automate, and a human makes no interaction or decision. The only exception here is for approval flows, in which the person approving is technically a "third party" to the automation. Automation can be triggered automatically from another system or service or on a schedule.


Envisioning Phase

Discovery and Information Gathering sessions 

Assessment of Clients Power Platform Adoption and Licenses  

Planning Phase

Wireframes/mock-up (understanding the customer's request, reviewing and concluding on architectural design, etc.)  

Sign-off and Commercials  

Implementation and Developments

Commence building on Approved Processes and Development   

Testing Phase

Test all deliverables and Conduct User Acceptance Testing 

Acceptance Criteria 

Deploy and Go-Live

Deploy to production and  

Bot Clean up  


Post-implementation Support   

Training, Knowledge Transfer, and Handover 

TASK BREAK DOWN AND SCHEDULES: 1st Month: Week 1: Information Gathering Week 2: Wireframe/Mock-up Week 3: Preparation of necessary documents Week 4: Commercials and sign off

2nd Month: Week 1&2 : Design Week 3&4: Develop and Build

3rd Month: Week 1: Train Bot Week 2: Test and Accept Week 3: Train Bot Week 4: Test and Accept

4th Month Week 1&2: Implementation Week 3&4: Go Live

5th Month: Post Implementation Support

At a glance