The Coronavirus pandemic has positioned itself in history as the most devastating global crisis. The Sars-CoV-2 novel and COVID-19 related lung diseases will change our business, risk/crisis management strategies, and subsequent digitization and automation strategies. Companies today face their biggest challenges that are fueling future cost and investment pressures.

Many companies have closed down because of the pandemic. Fortunately for us, an automation software company, we can continue working on our business while operating remotely from home, allowing us to still be productive during this time of crisis.

What our cognitive automation software Gleematic is/does:

  • An intelligent software robot that runs in computers and automates tasks with A.I.
  • Virtual colleague, it can be your “remote-worker” in your office.
  • Interacts with IT applications can control multiple types of IT applications.
  • Ability to “learn” with A.I. It can “learn” to read semi-structured/ unstructured data in English, Chinese, Indonesian, Vietnamese, Thai, Japanese and predict outcomes and other tasks.

With the advantages of cognitive automation, it increases the productivity and growth of your business during the COVID-19 pandemic, due to the limitation of employee space as no employees may work in the office during lockdown. Working from home is the best solution, with our Gleematic cognitive automation software.

Companies that have not yet digitized their business find themselves unable to work effectively during times of self-quarantine. It could mean that they will push more specific technologies such as Cognitive Automation in the short-term to achieve rapid progress in digitization. In fact, businesses need to be armored against a second Coronavirus wave, which some experts predict to occur.

Business always serves a purpose; to meet customer demand. Whether this goal is intact or whether production can shift to more important and targeted short-term productions like masks, clothes, etc. With Gleematic, your company can still carry out production activities as usual.

Written by: Jimmi Chandra