Construction is a notoriously manual sector, but as well as being an expensive industry to operate in, it’s also one that has been plagued with issues around productivity and quality control. GDP From Construction in India averaged 2282.13 INR Billion from 2011 until 2022, reaching an all-time high of 3382.83 INR Billion in the first quarter of 2022. In general, the construction industry sees high levels of costs and time spent on processes due to its reliance on manually intensive activities and lack of standardization of activities across projects.
Reducing the number of manual tasks and automating repetitive processes are two key strategies for reducing cost and increasing efficiency within any organization.
Construction firms can implement robotic process automation (RPA) — a subset of artificial intelligence — as a way to reduce the amount of time spent on manual actions, increase consistency and streamline workflow processes. In this article, we look at how RPA can benefit your construction firm by reducing human error and streamlining workflows.