Challenges In Implementing Intelligent Automation
Like all other technology, Intelligent Automation has some challenges as well.
Displacement of Workers: Since Automation can do repetitive work. As a result, the machines' workers whose work has been taken over have to be retrained for their job roles changed, or they would lose their jobs.
High Capital Expenditure: In Intelligent Automation, there is a need to invest high capital expenditure and a higher IT maintenance team. So for that,, industrialists need to invest more in the technologies of Intelligent Automation.
Intelligent Automation Tools
Top 5 Intelligent Automation Tools are:
Intelligent Automation's impact on our world will be as significant as the impact of the previous industrial revolutions. It is the most adored futuristic technology transforming the world for good. Machines have taken the lead in manufacturing and agriculture production for more than two centuries. In developed countries, rare are factories or farmers who are not supported and augmented by technology in the form of robots and algorithms. We have the problem that technology has this to the compounded benefits of the first three industrial revolutions. As a result, they have significantly increased automation, increased production volumes, and massively reduced the amount of manual work.
To fill in the workforce capacity gap, it has been more accessible for companies to add human resources over the last century than to leverage technology. Also, to maximize profit, organizations have chosen the offshore workload to lower labor costs in countries such as India, Poland, the Philippines, and Mexico. Today, more than 30 million people 243 are supporting multinational companies with their back-office functions (e.g., finance, HR, and procurement), their client relationships (e.g., via the web, messaging, or phone), and their IT management (e.g., infrastructure maintenance, and application development).