Liberty Create & Liberty RPA

Intelligent Automation for Utilities

Digital-first process automation to improve efficiency and reduce costs


Reduce friction and improve process efficiency


In a sector where you are scored for every customer interaction, we understand that reducing friction and improving process efficiency is key.

Automating processes helps to reduce friction by speeding up routine processes. ‘Right first time’ is quicker, your customers are happier and your customer satisfaction scores get better and better.


Create the apps you need fast


When it comes to new software, the choice is usually between buying an off-the-shelf app or relying on your IT team to build one.

Netcall’s Liberty Create and Liberty RPA give you the best of both worlds. Together they provide an intelligent automation platform designed to create apps to automate processes that make the complex, simple. As a platform, you can create exactly what you need with simple, cost effective tools in a fraction of the time and cost it would normally take.

In this feature sheet, we explain how intelligent automation enables the utilities sector to automate processes quickly and easily.

Read the full Intelligent Automation feature sheet.

intelligent automation for utilities

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