How many industries or jobs have been affected by automation so far in India?

Updated on : December 8, 2021 by Jedidiah Dickson



How many industries or jobs have been affected by automation so far in India?

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Manufacturing

Robotics is replacing humans in the selection and placement of components in machines. People would say that the cost of labor in India is cheaper, but the reality is that the labor shortage is causing companies to move towards automation. Not all companies can pay today, but the transition is visible in Tier I&II companies

Customer service

IVRs and bots are better able to handle customer inquiries and are practically eroding the first line of customer service. India based Freshdesk has a bot chat system that can understand your queries with the combination of

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as I understand

Manufacturing

Robotics is replacing humans in the selection and placement of components in machines. People would say that the cost of labor in India is cheaper, but the reality is that the labor shortage is causing companies to move towards automation. Not all companies can pay today, but the transition is visible in Tier I&II companies

Customer service

IVRs and bots are better able to handle customer inquiries and are practically eroding the first line of customer support. India based Freshdesk has a bot chat system that can understand your queries with the combination of strings and keywords

IT IS

People who work on the document management system would suffer a severe blow in the next few years, as more and more of its western clients are moving towards natural language processing. Buy or develop artificial intelligence software, eliminate thousands of jobs in India. He may be exaggerating things, but this is a sector that we definitely need to be on the lookout for.

Recruitment

How many of us have heard of ATS? Not many in India, not even those in the HR industry. ATS is a piece of software that can take resumes and keywords as entry and exit profiles that the algorithm thinks is suitable for a position. As flawed as the concept is, people find it cheaper than real HR organizations. India may be a slow adapter for ATS, but a minor implementation can have a major business impact for HR organizations.

Automation is not a viable option in India as the cost of labor is relatively lower here than in highly industrialized countries. In large process-based industries, this labor-saving automation has already been introduced ab initio, so there is no labor replacement here. The textile industry is an area where large-scale wutomation was introduced long ago and at that time, the displacement of labor occurred.

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