Investing in Scotland as the "Hub of Automation"
Centred in Glasgow, School of Automation is committed to making Scotland the
"Hub of Automation" while providing services across the UK and Ireland.
Scotland has a fast developing technology market with the sector increasing by 43.4% in the last five years. We are confident and invested in seeing it as the largest technology hub outside London. Leadership in the adoption of Industrial Digital Technologies can help Scotland and the UK to leapfrog forwards in productivity growth and international competitiveness.
We aim to create a healthy ecosystem of talent as the technology industry grows in Scotland, by addressing the shortage of automation skills which are in high demand. This initiative will unlock long- term opportunities in the Fourth Industrial Revolution economy for Scotland. The Scottish government recognises that digital literacy, data analytics and specialist upskilling, for example in Robotic Process Automation and AI is critical in bridging the gap between increasing demand and low skill availability.
School of Automation has set out on a mission to fast-track talent in Scotland into a sustainable future employment in this growing industry. We aim to provide education and industry skills that meets the needs of the economic recovery of Scotland, post global pandemic.
Digital Transformation and Its Scope
Digital transformation has taken centre stage in the business agenda for most organisations in the public and private sector today. The global digital transformation market size was valued at USD 284.38 billion in 2019 and is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 22.5% from 2020 to 2027. The UK Government and other public sector organisations have spent more than £3.2bn on digital, data and technology services since 2012 and still believe they have barely scratched the surface in terms of enabling digital services to citizens.
Also, the recent turn of events with the pandemic has further fuelled the adoption of digital initiatives as we search for new ways to work more efficiently while enabling remote working.
But what is digital transformation?
The term “digital transformation” gets used quite loosely but in its simplest form is defined as the shifting from traditional techniques to a more digitalised mode of business operations through the use of process automation and other advanced technologies. Digital transformation holds the potential to streamline and integrate all business operations for increasing business performance efficiency and improving customer service. It helps organisations in streamlining their operations to save time, efforts, and most importantly freeing resources to execute more value added tasks. It sure is the futuristic way of working for employers and employees!
School of Automation and its role in enabling digital transformation
School of automation was started as a mission to provide training and mentoring to talent from diverse backgrounds so they can be part of this digital transformation drive. At the same time, provide them with an opportunity for sustainable employment in the exciting new technology fields of process automation.
School of Automation CEO