Robotic process automation (RPA) and ‘digital workforce’ master Blue Prism has declared a partnership with the professional services firm, PwC.
Over the past two years, PwC has been building up its RPA skill and has turned out to be one of the market’s driving Blue Prism conveyance accomplices accomplishing worldwide certification for conveyance capacities and turning into a certified training partner.
“Delivering the full value of RPA and Intelligent Automation requires far more than a simple focus on the technology. By combining these technologies with business understanding and human insight we can enable radical improvements in business performance,” says Jon Andrews, technology & investment executive board member, PwC UK. “Blue Prism’s technology is key to how we help our clients solve their most complex business problems and succeed in becoming more competitive and responsive to customer demands. Our collaboration will focus on helping organisations across the globe looking to drive digital transformation.”
Together, PwC and Blue Prism have traversed their aptitude over various industry areas, including driving Fortune 500 organizations.
What’s more, Blue Prism’s digital workforce empowers PwC to use a wide assortment of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), analytics, Optical Character Recognition (OCR) and other capabilities.
“PwC is incredibly well-aligned with our vision for what a digital workforce can deliver,” says Jon Theuerkauf chief customer advocate for Blue Prism. “They’ve built a well-deserved reputation as a market leader in helping customers adopt and drive value from our technology on a global basis as well as applying Blue Prism. Our technology along with PwC’s expertise will be a powerful combination and a catalyst for disruptive change in customer innovation.”
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