Raqmiyat, Automation Anywhere partner to strengthen RPA capabilities
The collaboration will help Raqmiyat to strengthen its RPA capabilities across the GCC region by efficiently catering to the growing demand for automation
Raqmiyat has been appointed a regional business partner and authorised reseller of Automation Anywhere, the global leader in Cognitive Robotic Process Automation and Digital Workforce Platform. The collaboration will help Raqmiyat to strengthen its RPA capabilities across the GCC region by efficiently catering to the growing demand for automation.
Enterprises today are on the cusp of a digital transformation to implement smarter digital processes across multiple business units to increase collaboration and productivity. By partnering with Automation Anywhere, Raqmiyat aims to further strengthen its track record of successful delivery by automating front & back-office tasks or processes, thus enabling organisations to save time and cost.
“Effective digital transformation is often a myth without Automation, an infrastructure might have various processes that are working in silos and delivering output. AI infused Automation helps in increasing process efficiency by seamlessly connecting with the applications residing both on the front and back end of any operation. This will help the organisation scale much faster and derive effective ROI,” said Milan Sheth, EVP-IMEA, Automation Anywhere.
Raqmiyat’s customers and prospects can now future-proof their RPA journey with Automation Anywhere’s the enterprise-grade platform, which unites sophisticated RPA, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and embedded analytic technologies.
Bahaa Eddine Al Indary, VP, Sales & Acting General Manager, Raqmiyat, said “Digital transformation is fuelling new business models and cognitive RPA is emerging as the first step as our customers embark on this journey. We are witnessing a significant demand for RPA across industries and this partnership will enable our customers to increase productivity, customer experience, and accelerate growth.”