Deutsche Funkturm acquires, plans, and creates appropriate sites and subsequently operates them for the mobile communications providers and other customers such as radio stations or authorities. For the European Aviation Network, the world's first radio network for planes, Deutsche Funkturm operates ground stations in 30 countries. Moreover, the company is expanding a national charging network for electric cars through its subsidiary company Comfort Charge. Against the backdrop of the constantly growing expansion of mobile communications and a variety of projects, DFMG decided to automate the recording of leases to relieve employees of repetitive and error-prone tasks.
We are all happy that we no longer have to transfer data by hand. The RPA relieves us of unappealing activities and gives us time to focus on more interesting tasks.
For this task T-Systems used Blue Prism. The "robot program" is not integrated into both applications – it runs on a separate platform. After only a week of development, the robot was ready to use. Another five weeks were needed to meet the governance requirements of the robot: this included the assignment of permissions and running the privacy and security assessment (PSA) from Deutsche Telekom. The robot also offers the opportunity to scale: if the workload becomes too high and orders can no longer be processed quickly enough, it can simply "clone" itself. To do this however, the distribution of tasks between the two robots must be clearly outlined.