Operational optimisation and intelligent automation | The new future of operational strategy

August 11, 2020

Walter Pytell, Steven Crotch

COVID-19 has highlighted the vulnerabilities of a displaced human workforce, and firms realise that automation and standardisation are the key to an optimised global footprint and reimagined workforce strategy.

JDX explores the new future of operational strategy and how operational optimisation can be achieved through intelligent automation – accelerating time to value, reducing human errors, increasing throughput and optimising the workforce.

 

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