Climate change and RPA


Climate change is a subject that is so present on the social agenda these days and whose underlying causes are thoroughly analyzed by EU institutions.

But it is causing less seen effects on the business market:  major industries are forced to change their business model, medium and long term strategy and communication patterns.  Among them, agriculture is front-row, since its main activities are so directly affected by climate change and the possible effects have such global influence on our lifestyle.

In order to remain flexible when facing challenges, agriculture companies need top tools. They must allow them to: control key factors in real-time internal deployment, collect information and analyze them priorities-based, follow KPIs and spot-on interventions. Technological breakthroughs bring about innovative solutions that are integrative and have ripple effects on all levels.

RPA is one of these innovations that can deliver answers to those organizational needs. In agriculture, RPA can automatize and make more efficient processes like:

  • humidity and temperature control  inside silos;
  • real-time interpretation of weather data and inhibition/protection-like actions;
  • real-time update of existing/required stocks of fertilizers, fuel, etc. ;
  • predictive analysis for production, losses, sales.

Moreover, businesses that are registering big fluctuations of the main activity factors have to be prompt and transparent when communicating to their consumers/users.

Integration of automatized processes with, let`s say a CRM, can support the lucrative customer relations management, so that commercial proficiency stays high. Thus, you efficiently finalize the sale cycle and the positive influence also reaches the end-user.

According to market specificities, an organization can identify other key-areas.This is where RPA can greatly impact the outcome. During a very thorough mapping process that our team considers to be vital, these areas become easy to spot and the personalized solutions are easier to be designed.

So it is the technology that holds the answers. As they are implemented, they can afterwards be scaled, improved and available for larger audiences. If you are part of the agriculture business, let`s be in touch and we`ll find out together how no to be surprised by change.