WEM APAC brings FPT Software’s akaBot RPA offering to Australia
Ha Trinh (FPT software)
WEM APAC, a no-code platform development company for enterprise application development, has been appointed global distributor and first Australian reseller for the akaBot Robotic Process Automation (RPA) solution from FPT Software.
Developed by FPT Software, a Vietnam-based IT service provider, akaBot is a comprehensive RPA platform designed to automate a wide range of business processes and help companies streamline their operations and build business resilience.
It is hoped that the new partnership agreement, the first between FPT Software and WEM APAC, will result in the two companies helping companies accelerate their digital transformation by leveraging their respective RPA and no-code platforms Use providers.
“With this exciting collaboration with WEM APAC, we expect to combine the power of RPA and low-code technology to accelerate the digital transformation of companies,” said Ha Trinh, Managing Director of FPT Australia. “Here we have a highly qualified team with experience in various industries.
“FPT Software will partner with WEM APAC to create exceptional value for each other and for our customers,” she added.
With a view to the future, the two companies plan to offer their customers integrated offers of the no-code capability of akaBot and WEM in order to achieve “synergism” in accelerating business growth.
“This combination of akaBot and WEM offers companies the opportunity to benefit specifically from the rapid changes in the market,” said Cheno Thong, WEM APAC Managing Director. “We support companies on their way to digital transformation with unmatched speed and ROI [return on investment].
“This is a very exciting time for our customers. I look forward to adding great value to our customers with this unique combination of skills, ”he said.
The move also reflects the decision of FPT Software’s parent company, FPT Corporation, to shift its focus to the digital transformation market after two decades as a major player in the Southeast Asian IT services industry.
In April, FPT pledged to grow digital transformation revenues in overseas markets by 50 percent in 2021 and hit a target of $ 209 million as the tech giant expands beyond the Vietnamese heartland.
FPT opened a new office in Perth last year when the Vietnamese tech giant was focusing on the manufacturing and mining sectors in Western Australia.
The move should target the “high concentration” of global resource companies in the region – including big players like BHP, Rio Tinto and Chevron – with an emphasis on promoting the adoption of digital transformation.
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