Avanade advances RPA play in ASEAN through Blue Prism pact
Omer Ali Khan (Avanade)
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The move is the vendor’s first dedicated facility in the region and is designed to drive the adoption of RPA at the enterprise level, with a particular focus on the banking, financial services, public sector and healthcare industries.
Avanade was founded in 2000 by Accenture and Microsoft as a dedicated Microsoft specialist and was the first global systems integrator to receive the status of an authorized training partner for Blue Prism. This is complemented by the company’s Singapore-based Digital Innovation Studio, which was first launched in August 2019.
“When organizations begin their automation journey, it is important not to overlook the human impact of the implementation,” said Omer Ali Khan, ASEAN general manager at Avanade. “That’s why we work with our customers to put their employees and customers at the center of the intelligent automation program.”
Khan said enterprise customers can partner with Avanade to implement virtual workforce solutions backed by support and training on Blue Prism RPA solutions to help employees improve their skills and collaborate with machines.
“Our CoE model is designed to address the toughest challenges in terms of rapid deployment, scalability and support for intelligent automation projects,” added Bill Taylor, vice president of sales for ASEAN at Blue Prism Customers can use and benefit to a real drive digital transformation. “
To date, Avanade has delivered more than 6,000 automated processes to over 350 customers around the world spanning a range of industries. With more than 24,000 certifications in Microsoft technology, the provider also has 5,000 Azure Cloud certifications and more than 3,500 automation experts, including 300 cognitive and 1,200 RPA specialists.
“Avanade’s intelligent automation offering brings together RPA, cognitive services and machine learning capabilities and solutions with virtual conversation agents to intelligently automate business processes with a virtual workforce,” said a recently released IDC report focusing on the Asian market. pacific area.
“These automated processes leverage fundamental technologies from Microsoft and other partners that support workflow, analytics, ‘smart’ APIs and business applications like Dynamics 365.”
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