The UK automation skills gap is a thorny, persistent problem — especially given the looming impact of large-scale events such as Brexit, the COVID-19 pandemic, and the impending IR35 reforms. Below, we’ll discuss the issues posed by the UK automation skills gap, and how businesses large and small can help close this gap and prepare themselves for future developments.
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A company has made the decision to hire a Consultant to make recommendations on digital transformation. They are to set a path for the digital transformation journey that is about to happen and more importantly – the pitfalls to avoid. Transformation of any kind has its inherent risks. Consultants often leave out the discussion about these risks until it is too late. The best way to handle them is to tackle them head on. So, what are they?
Business as Usual
The biggest blocker to digital transformation is a desire to keep things the same, operating business as usual. This mentality creates a roadblock to change in three different areas:
Companies of all shapes and sizes are adopting robotic process automation (RPA). RPA is revolutionary for industries such as banking, insurance and governance - driving significant digital transformation to services, products and customer interactions.