Digital Workforce has joined Automation Anywhere’s partner programme, continuing its vision for continued growth and service development.
Jukka Virkkunen, Co-founding Partner, Digital Workforce said: “Our collaboration with Automation Anywhere will allow our European customers to revolutionise their approach to mundane tasks and free up workers to add value to their organisations.”
Leo Curran, Vice President for Channels in Europe for Automation Anywhere said: “We are experiencing huge demand from organizations across Europe wanting to improve productivity and lower operating costs with RPA technologies, and we’ve found a committed partner with Digital Workforce. The company’s approach and technology complements our own, and will help our mutual customers in their transformation journey.”
Digital Workforce’s cloud-based offering allows their customers to pay by the minute for digital workers to automate specific processes. The platform gives customers the opportunity to augment RPA with AI capabilities from the same cloud environment, allowing customers to achieve greater ROI and better revenue impact.
Virkkunen added: “Each RPA technology has its strengths. By using Digital Workforce cloud customers can utilise multiple technologies simultaneously for different use cases, all managed seamlessly from the same environment. This enables different ways to use Intelligent Automation and even pay by minute or pay by use.”
Digital Workforce recently expanded its operations into the UK market, bringing its full portfolio of RPA technologies, its robot-as-a-service platform, and also its Run Management and Robotics Operation Model Acceleration programs. These give customers the opportunity to manage, accelerate and scale up their automation initiatives as they see fit.
James Ewing, Sales Director UK & Ireland, Digital Workforce said: “Demand for RPA has been rapidly increasing in the UK. Through our new partnership with Automation Anywhere we are able to meet this demand by offering UK businesses the best-in-class RPA technologies from around the world.”
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