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Business Process Automation – A Boon or Bane | Cavintek Software

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Automation, whether business process automation or general automation essentially means, “The use of computers or other control systems to control a particular process in order to increase reliability and efficiency, often through a reduction in labor”. What does this line convey to you? I see both a boon and a bane in this definition of automation. Automation definitely increases the reliability and efficiency and thereby the productivity. At the same time it does cause a reduction in the employee workforce. Yet there are certain advantages to the employees due to automation which might outweigh the disadvantages. Here I have listed some of the compensating advantages of business process automation and listed a few yet noteworthy bane of automation also.

Automation Benefits

Shortcomings of Automation

From the above pointers we see the benefits of automation definitely overshadow the failings and I would conclude that automation in industries is a blessing in disguise in making the business process more effective and efficient, along with savings in costs and making the tasks more accurate and less time consuming.
What do you think? Ponder over and share in your contributions to the boon or bane aspects of automation.

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