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4 Reasons Why 2019 is the Year of RPA Training

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As more and more companies adopt Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and Intelligent Automation (IA) into their infrastructure, demand for workers with RPA training and certifications will skyrocket. As we all experience digital transformations, you have the chance to pilot your way to the top of the job market. Here are 4 reasons why the 2019 is the year you should get RPA training:

  1. Because the RPA industry is pretty new, demand – and yes, your salary – will be quite high.

Here’s the thing. Robotic Process Automation is still relatively new – if you back your skillset with an RPA certification on one of the major RPA tool-sets, like the Automation Anywhere Advanced Certification, you have the chance to use your skills to help companies become more efficient. Invoice processing, data entry, data migration – you can help with all of these with your RPA training. According to CoSourcing Partner’s Robotic Process Automation Salary Guide 2018, 72% of RPA developers have between 1-3 years of experience in the industry, with a median income of $155,000. Not only that, but 60% of these developers have reported a 20% increase in salary each year.

  1. RPA is not taking jobs – it’s creating them. Armed with RPA training and your unique skills and experience, you can be an effective RPA expert in no time.

Forbes estimates that RPA and Intelligent Automation will create 2.3 million jobs in the next 2 years. When you prepare for the future job market by getting RPA training, you can bet that job security will be no problem. RPA is not a trend – it’s a just another step in the evolution of the way humans work. We are currently experiencing the beginning stages of our fourth Industrial Revolution (the first three were, according to Klaus Schwab: the Age of Mechanical Production, the Age of Science and Mass Production, and the Digital Revolution) and as we move from RPA to Intelligent Automation and AI, we build the new job market as we go. RPA is not about taking jobs – it’s about restructuring the workforce to better reflect this digital integration, as industrial revolutions have previously done. And RPA developers will be high on the list.

  1. Do you have a tech background? Great. You can learn the toolset and begin leveraging your sills in a new industry. No tech background? Also great.

RPA tool-sets are designed to make automation solution building simple. You don’t need a coding background to start building bots! The RPA and Intelligent Automation game needs both sides of the field in order to flourish to maximize ability to automate with effective solutions. The more backgrounds the industry has training on RPA tool-sets, the better we understand those business processes that need to be automated. Virtually every industry is experiencing some kind of digital transformation, and your ability to navigate both the process and the RPA solution will put you in high demand.

  1. RPA is not only for large enterprises anymore – in 2019, smaller companies are catching wind of opportunities that can match their pay scale, such as RPA-as-a-service.

Large, medium, small businesses – doesn’t matter. Everyone has the chance to hop into the RPA ecosystem now. No business is too small for RPA anymore: in fact, the smaller the organization, the less complicated their processes are to automate, and ROI relative to the size of the business can be immense. Your training in RPA can help smaller businesses begin to scale.

A few trends have impacted this, one being that many RPA software companies are more recently offering free versions of their product, such as the new Automation Anywhere Community Edition, meaning smaller companies can put their stake in the automation game. Another reason smaller businesses can find RPA more accessible is the rise of RPA-as-a-Service. This service allows companies to pay a small subscription fee in exchange for having a consultant build an automation solution and run their processes for them. The amount of times those processes will run and how they interact with other systems is customizable and up to the client. Interested in what RPA-as-a-Service looks like? Check out Integrātz’s iRaaS, or Intelligent RPA-as-a-Service platform.

Overall, you can benefit greatly by putting in the hours to train on RPA tool-sets. Not only will you have great job security and salary, you will also have the chance to help smaller businesses transform their efficiency to thrive in the digital frontier. Statista believes that by the end of 2019, the RPA industry will be worth $3.1 billion, and you can help contribute to that by getting trained and spreading the news: 2019 is definitely your year of RPA training.

Want to get started on your RPA journey? You can start learning about the intelligent automation ecosystem by checking out Integrātz Academy. Visit our website to learn more.