As COVID-19 (coronavirus) reaches all facets of life, industries, such as healthcare, life sciences, and the public sector, are finding new ways to defend against the spread of the virus and mitigate the impact that could have long-term effects on businesses and the economy.
QC Technology Decisions Inc. can connect you with partners that provide automation solutions to support our customers in navigating these unforeseen challenges.
The economy is taking massive blows, with companies’ ability to function being affected dramatically across a wide range of industries, from tourism and travel, to retail, and logistics, companies are suffering the onslaught of this pandemic.
However, compared to the previous outbreaks, the world is better prepared to address a global healthcare crisis today, there is technology ready and available that can be leveraged to help organizations minimize losses and also reduce the spread of diseases like COVID-19.
How does automaton help in times of Crisis?
Organizations that implement automation will have an easier time dealing with all the nuances of setting up remote work, keep up with similar levels of productivity by relying on automated back office activities, helping overwhelmed customer support staff with attended automation or front office bots, catering to the increase or decrease of supply chain demand, and many other ways that can help them weather these turbulent times with the help of automated business processes.
Here are just a few examples of how automation has been helping during this pandemic:
The need for automation in health care is critical
Hospitals and Clinics were not ready for a pandemic and they need RPA immediately to get them through these challenging times where over 30% of staff are busy with administrative tasks instead of caring for patients.
Some automation use cases having a impact in healthcare include:
Manufacturing and customer supply chains are under significant strain!
Although sometimes invisible to the public, the world's supply chain and accounting processes are significantly overwhelmed, particularly in Health Care and Public Safety areas. This affects both the customers and suppliers! Some use cases for automation in this space are shown below.
Customer Use Cases:
Although we are still all learning on how to cope and run our businesses through this pandemic there is overwhelming evidence that RPA can indeed help organizations respond and act quickly to a variety of situations. Please contact us if you have any questions or would like more information.
Shane Quigley is an expert in data warehousing, business intelligence, systems analysis, and solution architecture.