Infostretch and Automation Anywhere join forces to deliver hyperautomation

New deal will help organizations establish RPA centers of excellence

Digital-looking hand turning a switch from "Manual" to "RPA"

Infostretch has teamed with robotic process automation (RPA) firm Automation Anywhere to help businesses streamline their manual tasks and workflows.

Per the deal, Infostretch will link its digital engineering infrastructure with Automation Anywhere’s intelligent automation platform, Automation 360.

The pluggable architecture of Automation 360 enables enterprises to automate business processes across a wide range of applications and platforms, including SaaS and legacy systems. ISO27001-certified, Automation 360 offers an integrated approach to security that includes identity management, data encryption, auditing, incident response, and application security.

The Infostretch-Automation Anywhere partnership is geared toward enabling end-to-end automation, also known as hyperautomation. Bringing RPA and artificial intelligence (AI) together, Infostrech will align its cloud engineering services with Automation 360's core RPA and hyperautomation offerings.

The combined solution will enable businesses to automate repetitive processes with RPA Workspace automation solution; extract data from complex documents via IQ Bot intelligent document processing solution; and gain actionable insights through Bot Insight RPA analytics

Additionally, enterprises can discover ROI opportunities through the Discovery Bot process discovery solution.

“Businesses understand the benefits of intelligent automation, but oftentimes lack experience in knowing where and how to implement it to achieve truly transformational results,” said Derek Toone, senior vice president of global channel partners and alliances at Automation Anywhere. 

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Toone continued, “By progressing their automation journey with digital engineers of Infostretch’s calibre, combined with the power of Automation Anywhere’s cloud-native RPA platform, enterprises can fast-track automation adoption and advance their business agility.”

CEO and founder of Infostretch Rutesh Shah added, “Don’t underestimate the power of hyperautomation in reinventing how businesses operate. By partnering with Automation Anywhere, we’re able to extend the intelligent automation services we offer to enterprise customers, taking RPA initiatives out of their technology siloes and implementing faster, smarter end-to-end automation. This is digital transformation in action.”

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