In times of serious corporate and corruption scandals, data leaks, cyber attacks, corporate debt and a flood of requests for judicial recovery, the need to implement and improve corporate governance processes and mechanisms becomes increasingly evident. It is not necessary to be a wizard to predict the risks, but it is necessary to know the processes and those involved.

In a Governance structure, it is essential to allow the necessary synergy of communication and resolution of improvement opportunities to be correlated with each other.

As a way of visualizing in practice the role of each department in an organization, the IIA (International Institute of Internal Audit) created the structure called “Three Lines of Defense” to minimize the possibility of errors/failures/fraud throughout its execution, with the following principles: i) determining Governance; ii) establish the Roles of the Administrative Body; iii) distinguish the Paper from each of the 3 lines; and iv) bring independence to the Third Line.

Therefore, the use of technology works as an ally of a governance structure and robotization acts as an accelerator, as the absence or low control of data makes the internal control process difficult, being an obstacle to an effective Governance structure.

RPA (Robotic Process Automation) is a technological tool that automates repetitive business process activities. Robotic process automation software performs repetitive tasks automatically, increases productivity and operational quality and therefore it is estimated that up to 70% of work carried out by shared services or outsourced operations can be automated.

Good RPA tools are characterized by the existence of a friendly interface, the speed in creating new robots, the savings generated by their use and the gain in productivity directly affecting the performance of companies.

To guarantee the return on investment in implementing RPA, it is necessary to choose the right tasks, those that consume a lot of human resources time and have key characteristics described below: large volume of activity execution, manual data entry, repetitive work, access to multiple legacy systems, processing based on rules and well-defined logic and a high number of outsourced workers.

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