Robotic Process Automation is a technology that allows to automate tasks performed by humans, following different rules and methods to process data.
The robots simulate human execution and governed by IT infrastructure through Client interfaces, therefore, it will impact People.
In everis, we approach the challenge in a comprehensive way. From day one, we collaborate with the organisations to accelerate socially responsible performance by aligning people, purpose and strategy.
The only response to a major change is to help People adapt and evolve in a new environment, by training in new functions and skills to those selected to remain in the company, and by coaching and help to relocate those leaving...
Understanding automation potential In discussing automation, we refer to the potential that a given activity could be automated by adopting currently demonstrated technologies, that is to say, whether or not the automation of that activity is technically feasible. Each whole occupation is made up of multiple types of activities, each with varying degrees of technical feasibility. This image lists seven top-level groupings of activities we have identified. Occupations in retailing, for example, involve activities such as collecting or processing data, interacting with customers, and setting up merchandise displays (which we classify as physical movement in a predictable environment). Since all of these constituent activities have a different automation potential, we arrive at an overall estimate for the sector by examining the time workers spend on each of them during the workweek.