Collaborators Plan To Accelerate Robotic Process Automation

Global Product and Service Provider becomes Value Added Reseller and Implementation Partner of Automation Anywhere Software Product RPA that can automate anything virtually

 

PureSoftware partnering with Automation Anywhere to expand its automation and robotics suite of solutions. PureSoftware will be one of the preferred implementation partners from which Automation Anywhere recommends organizations buy their automation products and services, and aims to create a Centre of Excellence to enable quick RPA deployments to meet growing demand from its customer and prospects across the globe.

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With changes in the way people work, organizations are now adopting innovative means of automation. Robotic process and intelligent automation are playing an increasingly critical role by improving the effectiveness of service at a faster rate and lower cost than the current methods.

 

"We are excited to partner with PureSoftware to bring our RPA solutions to the ASEAN market," said Anubhav Saxena, Executive VP, Partnerships, Strategy and Operations at Automation Anywhere. "Their knowledge of this diverse region, together with our leading automation platform, will enable organizations to quickly realize the benefits of adding software bots alongside their human workers to improve efficiency and productivity." If you are buying into this, more details are available from PureSoftware and Automation Anywhere.

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