Women programmer to Turkey's Robot Safety

Women programmer to Turkey's Robot Safety
Women programmer to Turkey's Robot Safety

Women in Technology Association is implementing the 'Robotic Process Automation Software Developer' (RPA Developer) Program for young people who have completed their education in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields. The association, which Denizbank, UiPath and Linktera are among its corporate supporters, continues to progress with important steps to fill the gap in this field by providing job-guaranteed trainings.


Sept. 7 - free from 9 October and online will be held internationally certified training in Turkey and in the framework of digital transformation in the world, one of the featured topics will cover the operation of the robotic automation process large volumes and repetitive tasks. 20 students will be trained in the first phase. Those who complete the training will be able to start working by obtaining Robotic Process Automation Software Developer certificates.

Trainings to Prepare for the Digital Age

10 of every 6 occupations with the existing technology in Turkey, 30% of cases can be automated. With this transformation Turkey, in the next 10 years, automation, artificial intelligence and digital technology will create economic benefits and social change with an increase of 3,1 million job creation potential. Based on this potential, the program aims to train experts in the process of high-volume jobs in the automation process in today's business world, where the transformative effect of robotic software is intense. This way, both reveal a new model for Turkey's labor force needs to be done both contribute to the employment of qualified women. Today, 40% of the workforce in the world is women. A 1% increase in female employment increases the GNP by 80 billion dollars. In addition, if gender and equal opportunities are fully achieved, it is predicted that women's 1% participation in the workforce will contribute an additional 28 trillion dollars to the world economy.

Details of the aforementioned program, on Thursday, September 10, 2020, Chairman of the Board of Women in Technology Zehra Öney, Wtech Advisory Board Member and DenizBank General Manager Hakan Ateş, Wtech Board Member and UiPath Europe Vice President Tansu Yeğen, Wtech Education Committee Chairman and Board of Directors Member Dilek Duman, UiPath General Manager Tuğrul Cora, Wtech Corporate Member and Linktera General Manager Taşkın Osman Aksoy, were shared at the online press conference.

Zehra Öney, Chairman of the Board of Women in Technology Association, made a statement on the subject;

The pandemic process initiated a fully digitalized world and a brand new technological society order. The transformative effect of the 21st century that we are in, rapidly developing and technological services and products that affect every sector and every field; It enabled brand new areas of expertise and brand new professions to enter our lives. 25% of existing professions will disappear in the next 40 years. No country is yet fully prepared for the disappearance of these business branches. According to the announced estimates, there will be 2022 million new jobs in 130, 70 million of which will be robots; And to do 60% of the remaining 54 million jobs, we will need young people with knowledge and talent about new technologies. By 2025, many jobs will be automated and not only blue, but now also white-collar workers will start to take away their jobs, and we will see a new class of employees, metal-collar robots and artificial intelligence. It is a very important goal for us to invest in, specialize and increase motivation especially in our women who are few in number in the technology sector in this field (Robotic Process Automation Software), whose salary scale is very encouraging for our newly graduated young people with more than 5 million employment deficits in the world. As Wtech Academy, there was a great interest in our Robotic Process Automation (RPA) class, which we opened with this need and necessity through UiPath, Linktera and DenizBank, and 20 young girls started their education. We look forward to adding new ones to our youth, who will also receive support in employment issues at the end of their education. Especially our young experts on the export of technology services will grow to contribute to Turkey's economic value is already evident. As WTech Academy, our goal is to make our young people who graduated from any department of universities but could not find a job, specialize in the new professions of the Digital Age and bring them to the business world. said

DenizBank General Manager Hakan Ateş emphasized that they are at a turning point where the developments and developments experienced in the history scene in 100 years have decreased to the interval of 5 - 10 years and witnessed the emergence and development of technologies that will change humanity forever, and said that institutions with a vision are moving towards the future with this awareness. Ateş spoke as follows; “The epidemic period that we went through showed us that we can do things that we did not dare to think before. Therefore, where there are technology and people, only you set the limit. With this understanding, closing the digital employee gap is of course one of the most vital issues for all sectors. Think about it, young people now choose their financial institution preferences according to whose website is more user-friendly. Their primary need is to be always connected. At this point, we are happy that the Association for Women in Technology has opened up digital space for young people with its educational contents, and we continue our support. With our previous trainings, we have seen that yeast catches up. We believe that the 'Robotic Process Automation Software Developer' program will meet the important need in the sector ”. said

'Everyone a robot by using the transformative power of automation with the vision of unlimited potential liberate them helping uipath Vice President of the European employees of institutions Tansu Yegen, the statement "we started our operations in Turkey within a two-year process, our experienced team and work with our partners to 200 in Turkey We have brought together Robotic Process Automation and Artificial Intelligence technologies for close big institutions. Turkey to accelerate the digital transformation and growth of the RPA experts and ecosystem developers to be able to compete more effectively in world markets our company too big of paramount importance. With this awareness, we are very pleased to support women's participation in our technology workforce by gaining RPA competencies under the leadership of Wtech ”.

Linktera General Manager Taşkın Osman Aksoy said, “Digitalization and automation has significantly changed and is changing the way individuals and institutions do business. All future projections show that in the next 10 years, there will be a rapid decline in routine work and with it increasing demand for people who are capable of using robot software that also makes up the DNA of RPA. Those who can increase interaction with artificial intelligence and analytical processes, especially with automation, will be one step ahead. We are accelerating this transformation in the transition process by combining the technology of UiPath, of which we are a Gold Partner, with Linktera's vision and customized approach. With this training, our greatest goal is to prepare our country's human capital for the future in this transition period, together with all stakeholders. made the explanation.



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