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In a report by McKinsey on Automation, Employment, and Productivity, it was found that “While less than 5% of all occupations can be automated entirely using demonstrated technologies, about 60% of all occupations have at least 30% of constituent activities that could be automated.” For the cleaning and maintenance industries, the prospect of automation has been one that leaders and employees have equally embraced in hopes of simplifying projects. Now, these hopes may very well be assured thanks to AI-powered autonomous cleaning and service robots like the ones produced at Gausium.
In the latest episode of Straight Talk!, sponsored by Gausium, global business development director, Peter Kwestro, discusses Guasium’s company mission, how they aim to fill the gap created by a worker shortage, and how automation increases productivity, among other things.
With this technology, cleaning and maintenance companies can automate the mundane tasks of their team so as to focus efforts on more important work and increase profits along the way.
To see how Kwestro believes automation is the key to success in cleaning and maintenance, watch the full Straight Talk! episode below:
You can also listen to the episode on the Straight Talk! Podcast here:
To learn more about this fascination and innovative development, check out CMM’s article, Automation for the Cleaning Industry, today!
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