Careers in Intelligent Automation
Robotic process automation is having a transformative impact on the world we live in. There are upsides, such as increased efficiencies, increased output and cost reduction, but there are also human implications. In an EY career, you’ll work with clients to make positive change by helping to automate work in every industry — from tax to HR, and supply chain to regulatory compliance.
The nature of work is evolving fast and we’re all being asked to adopt new behaviours.
To be more innovative, more agile, more collaborative, more everything. Business is anything but usual. And navigating the transformative age demands we ask better questions.
- How can Artificial Intelligence enhance human potential?
- Could you execute strategy better by seeing digital from every angle?
- What if being comfortable meant it was time to change position?
Robotics is transforming the efficiency of every organisational function from finance, tax, HR, and IT to supply chain, regulatory compliance and customer care.
We’re not talking industrial or companion robots, of course, but rather software robots that operate as virtual employees, reliably automating manual, repetitive tasks at scale.
When robotic, intelligent and autonomous systems are integrated, the result is intelligent automation, widening the scope of potential tasks and processes that can be automated. This powerful combination brings transformation across the whole spectrum of emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, blockchain and the internet of things.
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.
25 Apr 2018
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We need to stop thinking about intelligent automation as a “technology solution” and start thinking about it as a “business solution.”
EY Global Intelligent Automation Sectors and Solutions Leader