Saudi German Hospital uses software bots to improve patient care in UAE

Saudi German Hospital, one of the largest healthcare providers in the UAE, is automating its end-to-end business processes by using AI-powered software bots.

Because of Covid-19, RPA is seen not as a replacement of human workers but as resiliency and most of the big banks’ operations did not suffer during the pandemic because they had bots as backups.

Sheth said that there are three sectors in the Middle East where there is a tremendous uptake – government-owned enterprises, financial services, energy and utility sectors but healthcare and life sciences are seeing an increase due to Covid-19.

He added that spending on RPA in the UAE is expected to grow 44.8% year on year in 2020 to reach over $11 million.

According to a latest IDC CIO survey, about 36% of CIOs said they are going to spend more on RPA in 2020 compared to their pre-Covid-19 plans.

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