Robotic Process Automation (RPA) or Robotic Process Automation in Turkish has become an exponentially growing concept and industry in the world in recent years. We see that in this case Turkey, though slightly delayed progressing every day despite the much more robots being used in the company.
According to the analysis; In 2019, the number of companies selling RPA has increased from 50 and the number of companies using RPA has increased to more than 70. Aegean Young Business People Association, which closely follows technology and business processes and organizes information events for its members to adapt more easily to the Industry 4.0 process (EGİAD) continues to shed light on the technology and business life of the future with the predictions of its people as well as products and services. Business Organization EGİAD, brought all these developments to the table by bringing its members together with an important event where the developments in robot technology and the predictions about how robots will be integrated into business life in the near future.
Concepts such as efficiency, measurability, quality and low cost production and services are gaining importance day by day. Software and products that serve this purpose are becoming equally important tools. EGİAD bringing the business world together with AGC Yazılım, a member of Alper Can's firm, and Robusta, based in Istanbul. EGİADexamined RPA systems, software tools that are managed by operations teams and operate as virtual workforces. EGİAD member Alper Can as moderator, Robusta Company Marketing and Business Development Specialist Neslihan Çift and firm consultant Özgür Cengiz. It was mentioned that RPA, which operates as a system that can carry out daily tasks like a real employee, can be used in many areas such as sales, marketing, operations, production, procurement, human resources.
Distribution of Duties Between People and Machines Has Started
Making the opening speech of the meeting EGİAD Chairman of the Board, Mustafa Aslan, after the process that started with Industry 4.0, EGİAD"RPA is basically an approach that is used to focus the workforce at hand on more value-added jobs than routine work and to create more value for the company. Since the 1990s, an increasing number of companies have been trying to reduce operating costs by sourcing some of their white-collar jobs from low-cost, developing countries such as China and India. However, the increasing trend in labor costs in developing countries in recent years makes it more difficult to reduce costs by taking advantage of labor cost differences. Providing an adequate level of quality in work outsourced to developing countries also presents additional challenges. "With the increase of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and smart automation, there is a significant shift in the distribution of tasks between people and machines."
$ 9 Trillion Value Information Worker Market Will Be Affected By This Process
Noting that almost two-thirds of the $ 2019 trillion knowledge worker market between 2025 and 9 will be affected by this situation. EGİAD “The World Economic Forum's latest research on 'The Future of Jobs' reveals that on average 71 percent of the jobs currently available are done by humans and 29 percent by machines. This distribution is expected to shift towards 58 percent of work done by humans versus 42 percent of work done by machines. This change in the distribution of tasks within the workforce requires an adequate management response. While jobs need to be redesigned, the role of good management in robot-human interaction is becoming increasingly important. "It is up to us to prepare our employees for this cooperation with automatic systems."