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New Work

New Work

The ‘New Work’ concept is on everyone’s lips. While experts are still arguing over how to classify this phenomenon, the related restructuring of our professional world is already happening. As RPA specialists and experts in intelligent process automation who think of the big picture, we are not only interested in this restructuring – but play a part in designing it. The values that are connected to the ‘New Work’ concept carry critical significance for our self-image.

Employees of Another Monday working an a new work concept.

New Work – a social mega trend

New Work is a mega trend. It describes the fundamental transformations in our professional world – representing new methods, values, organizational patterns and the respective environments. New Work has many faces and numerous definitions. Trend researchers agree in merely one point, though: digitization and robot technology are the driving forces in the context of New Work.

But what are we actually talking about? The overarching term ‘digitization’ describes a general transition towards digital processes using information and communication technologies.

In addition to traditional industrial robots that can already be found extensively in industrial manufacturing, robot technology also increasingly encompasses the topical area of intelligent process automation.

That is where we at Another Monday come into play. Our solutions unleash their potential especially in an area that is central to the New Work context: digital and virtual information-, service- and knowledge work. Our intelligent software robots are a typical application to reduce workload of employees in the back office.

Employee experiencing new work with the automation from Another Monday.

New Work is more than just automation

New Work marks a turning point, a real paradigm shift. It prompts us to rethink some fundamental questions: How do we want to work in the future? What shape could contemporary collaboration take in an organization? Which tasks shall be handled by humans and which by computers or robots in the future?

With the mega trend ‘New Work’, a new chapter is added to an old story: In the course of the industrialization, human labor was always optimized wherever it could be made more productive through machines or process modifications. Physically strenuous, standardized and repetitive tasks were replaced by mechanical devices and new process technologies, such as the assembly line, for example. With the rise of computers, a development towards automation began not too long ago and continues to this day. Despite all the enthusiasm for technology, one can still ask the crucial question: Has the work itself improved through this development?

New Work also means better work

We do not wish to answer the question with a sweeping ‘yes’. In our opinion, a large number of tasks and processes remain in the back office that are standardized and repetitive. For example, these include manually issuing invoices, cleansing master data and processing invoice reminders.

Here an area has opened up for our company that we fill with experience and enthusiasm. As a solutions provider for intelligent process automation with a holistic approach, we combine the desire for meaningful, motivating and creative work with the goal of achieving increased productivity in the field of organization and process management.

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