We all look forward to a new year ahead – it’s like hoping that when the clock strikes on the first minute of 2021, we will all be embracing a year that is brighter than the undeniably challenging year that passed.

The pandemic of 2020, tested us in almost all aspects of our lives.  While we look at it with different emotional responses, that same phenomenal event gave the business world a strong but necessary nudge to go all out in automation and technology. Enterprises are now reliant on technology to provide business continuity.

What took decades for businesses to digitize, only took a span of months to accelerate to a speed of six years because of the pandemic. 

More and more companies are streamlining their business processes and incorporating Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) to gear up for these changes.

Let’s not wait for another global threat to push your business through this. Pandemic or not, the future of enterprises is only open for those who are willing to embrace modernization and the best that it has to offer.

What to Expect in Automation for 2021 and The Coming Years

93% of businesses will use robots by 2023

According to Deloitte Global RPA Survey, in 2015, only 13% of businesses invested in Robotic Process Automation. RPA, being the most popular automation technology, is expected to go universal by 2023.

The thing with technology is that innovation always outdoes adoption, so it is challenging for technology to be fully realized – and more importantly, to know where to start.

Hence, Aiah built a low code platform to help non-technical business leaders. With easy deployment, enterprises can quickly automate their businesses. 

Seamless Onboarding is A Key Part to a Stronger Organization 

Roles in the workforce will have to adapt to the shift to process automation.

Aiah Actions, an Intelligent Process Automation Platform, supports a smooth transition by using a user-friendly interface so business users can focus more on critical thinking and problem-solving. 

RPA adoption is not only significant in these changing times, but also NECESSARY to stay in the game (and much more be on top of it).

At the end of the day, Aiah‘s automation technologies are measured by how much we helped your business reach the bottom line goal with much more ease, speed, and efficiency.

The strength to maximize these new resources lies in how well the organization is willing to embrace the change in technology and how well-prepared we are for it.

Bring On The Bots Today!

Aiah is your trusted partner in automation to guide you through this transition.

Build your first bot today and start the new year with a strong new asset at hand – Aiah Actions. Sign up now

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