The digital labor team uses robotics process automation (RPA) to change how work gets done by helping organizations automate existing manual and repetitive processes with intelligent software applications. The resulting cost savings and productivity gains can help create dramatic changes to a corporation’s operation. The virtual robotic workforce is transforming how we perform business processes, move data, alleviate regulatory pressures, and improve data security and quality.
Monetizing robotics capabilities: value = speed x scale
Digital labor insights
Oil and gas executives are beginning to recognize the promise — and challenge — of adopting a digital strategy.A recent EY survey of global oil and gas executives showed the impact of digital technology was the issue that would be “most prominent” in boardroom thinking over the near term.Nearly two-thirds of our survey respondents, 60%, believe looming advances in technology will require their companies to retrain and redeploy existing employees; 53% believe it will create opportunities and necessitate hiring new talent.
Oil and gas executives are beginning to recognize the promise — and challenge — of deploying digital labor.
EY and UiPath are working together to help provide benefits of robotic process automation to organizations.
The robot in the gray flannel suit
Digital labor isn’t a vision from the future. It’s here today, and it’s actually easy and inexpensive to deploy, with a relatively quick return on investment.
Learning to love the new oil and gas ‘virtual colleague’
Digital labor enables your employees to focus their time and attention on value-added and customer-facing activities improving their job satisfaction.
Digital in oil and gas: stop talking and start implementing
But despite all the visibility the “age of digital” has received, many leaders still struggle with a basic question: How does my company get started?
Can robots help your business be more human?
Robotic Process Automation may sound like an impersonal replacement, but it could make workplaces far more people-friendly, says EY’s Martin Weis.
RPA: three things you probably didn’t know
Martin Weis explains why the future is bright for For RPA and everything associated that can automate human tasks.