PARTNER: Making sure the public sector is ready for automation

Written by PublicTechnology staff on 2 October 2019 in Analysis

Watch civil servants discuss the benefits of automation in this video from UiPath

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How can the public sector deliver better services to citizens with automation?

In this video from UiPath, in collaboration with the civil service's operational delivery profession, government technology professionals discuss how their organisations are using robotic process automation to eliminate operational inefficiencies and deliver greater service to citizens. 






This article forms part of PublicTechnology’s dedicated AI Week, in association with UiPath. Look out over the coming days for lots more content. An exclusive webinar discussion – in which a panel of private and public sector experts will debate all the major issues related to government's use of AI – is now available to view on demand. Click here to register to do so – free of charge.




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