Robotic Process Automation is a highly sought-after technology in the present times when the organizations try to leverage AI and machine learning capabilities along with RPA to cut costs. In the post-covid-19 world, most enterprises are looking to control their expenditure and limit their dependence on humans.
As per a report released by Automation Anywhere, approximately 50 percent of the firms are planning to invest money in RPA.
RPA – A Prime Focus for Most Organizations in Post COVID-19 Economy
Covid-19 has held back the growth of every small and large company irrespective of domain and industry. In such a scenario, there is an urgent need for businesses to get online and adopt digitalization.
Automation Anywhere Report Emphasizes on RPA Demand
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The Automation Anywhere survey highlights the same wherein more than 57 percent of the survey takers have shown desire to get new skills in RPA, AI, and around 28 percent want to embrace analytics. In comparison, 15 percent want to learn machine learning.
Need to Adopt Digitalization Quickly
The hour’s need is to quickly brace oneself with the changes in the work sphere and upskill with the latest RPA technologies. Most of the organization are looking for the digital transformation to survive in post-Covid markets.
Senior Leaders Vouch for RPA
The survey was conducted with around 5000 senior leaders from the middle-sized to large organizations across various countries like the Middle East, Africa, and Southeast Asia. The emerging economies and the futuristic markets clearly showed the inclination towards adopting digital technologies in the coming times. More than eighty percent fo the companies intend to invest in RPA in the future.
Most Workforce to be Digital
Around 70 percent of the people who took the survey said that half of the organization’s employee base would be digital. Approximately 25 percent of the respondents said that more than 80 percent of the workforce in their teams might be digital in the coming times.
Vice President of Automation Anywhere Details the Report
Milan Sheath, the Executive VP for India, Middle East, and Africa (IMEA) Region for Automation Anywhere
“The pandemic has encouraged a new wave of digitization that will revolutionize our life as we know it. Organizations are transforming their engagements with customers, employees, suppliers, and other stakeholders and will leverage the current crisis to drive innovative digital models to gain increased efficiencies,”.