Optimal efficiency, that’s the goal for almost every workplace. Having employees who can produce quality work in short amounts of time is obviously ideal, and that’s why many companies are already turning away from hiring people in pursuit of optimal efficiency.
In pursuit of optimal efficiency, companies have begun to eschew the conventional work forces and have instead turned their attention to automated machines capable of rendering work at high speeds and low prices.
Bu is the increasing visibility of automation in the workplace a trend or is it perhaps an anomaly, or maybe even a novelty?
If there is one thing that people can probably expect from automation, it’s that it likely won’t be going away anytime soon.
Companies have already caught onto its benefits and they are unlikely to let them go to waste now.
As it stands right now, automation possesses a significant and still growing role within many industries, but where it goes from here is probably what most industry leaders are more excited to learn about.
The further enhancement of automation could lead to sky-high profits and lower than ever operating costs, but it’s worth wondering if there’s a potential tipping point that may be reached eventually.
To what extent companies are willing to rely on automation as a fundamental element of their operations could determine their competitiveness in the years ahead, but counting on it too much can also create a backlash from customers who may feel increasingly more alienated from businesses that lack that so-called human element.
It is undeniable that automation is here to stay and will grow into a staple of many workplaces not too long from now, but to what extent it can further root itself into the day-to-day operations of different companies occupying varied industries remains to be seen.
A serial entrepreneur, Ray Bolouri is focused on creating "the next innovation.”
At young age, Ray co-wrote a dental billing software which has since become the defacto standard for dental practices worldwide. Later he helped market and build the 7th largest ISP in the United States.Read More
And most recently, he has built a new standard for modern business communication: an enterprise enhanced messaging platform: txtmeQuick.
Ray is 'obsessed' with better solutions and constantly challenges 'old standards'. From building the very first wireless network in Zimbabwe in 1995, to implementing the very first commercial DSL in 1996 and up to 2009. The following year, he founded the first ever modern M2B (mobile-to-business) communication platform developed; he has continued to push the limits of innovation, despite the odds (and has successfully achieved many of his goals).
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