RPA: The Future of Digital Workforce in the Transportation and Logistics Sector
With companies facing unprecedented challenges responding to the novel coronavirus outbreak, protecting the well-being of workers, reinventing the way they work and maintaining business continuity is critical. Robotic software is ready to move to a more visible role in the corporate world: businesses can automate mundane rules-based processes and maintain business continuity with a 24/7 digital workforce.
Logistics, shipping and transportation professionals have a lot to gain from this technology that is already agitating the industry’s workflow and driving its growth. Although automation is sometimes seen as a threat to jobs, logistics operators can actually simplify their daily operations with RPA.
Could RPA then be the solution to the ever-growing need to advance in technology in the transportation and logistics sector?
- How widely are software technologies currently deployed throughout operations?
- What are the main benefits and pitfalls of RPA?
- How is process automation shaping the future of logistics and what are the practical realities of an automated future?
- What benefits and security risks should organisations consider when evaluating automation platforms?