Software robots release workers from mundane and repetitive work, enabling them to focus on more creative and fulfilling activities
The European Commission’s Joint Research Center defines RPA as a mature, resilient, scalable, and reliable technology for public sector use
The IDC COVID-19 Tech Index estimates that 40% of global enterprises are increasing their demand for automation as a response to the COVID-19 crisis
Upskilling and reskilling strategies are essential to ensure workforce resilience
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) helps governments and businesses respond to challenges caused by the COVID-19 crisis. To date, software robots have helped employees clear backlogs at scale and supported a fast delivery of public services. Looking ahead, organizations are leveraging automation to improve internal operations and ensure growth and resilience in a post-pandemic economy.
The COVID-19 crisis has caused a significant shock to our societies and economies. While the vast implications and consequences are still unraveling, the way we work is likely to have changed forever.
“In this new world, AI and RPA are essential technologies to help organisations – large and small, public, and private – readjust and respond quickly and maintain business continuity to ensure growth in the future."
This whitepaper uses case study evidence to highlight how automation can support European organizations to ensure growth in the future and create accessible workforce training opportunities. It also provides insights on how RPA helps public organizations save time to enable more resources for mission-critical work. Additionally, the paper gives a detailed overview of UiPath’s commitment to education and skills development.
Download the whitepaper to learn how RPA can offer means for socio-economic development and help your organization build more resilient operations.