The adoption of robotic process automation in the public sector is a step towards digital transformation which is likely to save government working hours, cut down costs, improve productivity, and temper citizens’ dissatisfaction by better addressing their oscillating demands.
To err is human, but your SAP database is the last place where you can afford to err, if you only consider how much time and money you’d have to waste to rectify those errors. The good news is that by growing your SAP applications through RPA you can drastically reduce the amount of error in the back end.
The Asia Pacific region is leading this ascending automation trend, primarily because of efforts from countries like Australia, China, Japan and India to improve their port infrastructure. Automated terminals can reduce the number of port workers to half, which has a salutary effect on decreasing port inefficiencies.
The robotics quotient is a measure that helps you decide not only whether non-human coworkers can be fruitfully co-opted into attaining your financial and managerial objectives, but also what you should be doing in order to maximise the likelihood of people and robots successfully working together.
Use of robotic process automation in transportation and logistics, by putting data at the heart of logistics businesses, can streamline the workflow and thus reduce overall operating costs and greatly improve operational efficiency. According to the Institute for Robotic Process Automation and AI, RPA implementation can result in prompt cost savings of up to 50%.