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Enate and UiPath Partner




Enate and UiPath Partner to Deliver Accelerated Automation and Orchestration

enate-PARTNERSHIP (002).jpgCheltenham, New York – November 21st, 2017 - Enate, the pioneering Robotic Service Orchestration (RSO) provider, has today announced a strategic partnership with UiPath, one of the leading global Robotic Process Automation (RPA) vendors. The partnership will look to drive accelerated automation success for the companies’ mutual partners at any stage of their digital journey.

The integration between the toolsets of the two companies is expected to improve analytics accessibility for users, help them to identify which processes can and should be automated, and to orchestrate these processes with ease. Together, Enate and UiPath will enable customers to manage the workflows of human and digital employees working coherently on a single web-based platform.

Enate comes with custom-build Activity Libraries for UiPath Studio, allowing for the seamless integration of UiPath robots into the orchestration platform. This is the cornerstone of the world’s first environment that allows digital and human teams to work together seamlessly, and the partnership is already bringing business benefit to clients such as insurance giant Generali.

Kit Cox, CEO of Enate, said: “We’re excited to be working with UiPath – an organisation that is incredibly forward-thinking and which has made significant contributions to the new generation of intelligent automation. Together, we are helping customers to achieve more with automation and manage their human and robotic workforces in one simple environment.”

Chief Robotics Officer of UiPath, Boris Krumrey, said: “As time unfolds and people start to integrate more intelligent automation tools with RPA, the need for efficient orchestration between human users and RPA will prove to be a critical success factor for digitization. We are excited to advance the standards in automation excellence together with Enate.”

Enate and UiPath will be coming together on the 30th of November at UiPath’s user summit ‘UiPathForwards’ in London, further information on which can be found here.

 

About Enate

Enate is a UK-based company with a global outlook that offers a Robotic Service Orchestration (RSO) platform to orchestrate the delivery and management of services across a digital and human workforce. It creates a strong foundation for transformation to digital services, regardless of the maturity of automation within the business or what RPA, AI or Cognitive technology is in play. The system enables delivery of services from multiple locations to local standards whilst maintaining visibility and control, including the automation of Key Performance Indicators (KPI's) and Service Level Agreements (SLA's), aligned to a detailed cost and productivity reporting capability.

Enate’s Robotic Service Orchestration platform deploys within weeks, reducing time to automate by 75%, and providing cost savings upwards of 25%. Headquartered in Cheltenham, and founded by automation industry expert Kit Cox, Enate customers include Sopra Steria, Capgemini, Generali, Capita and Serco.

About UiPath

UiPath is a leading Robotic Process Automation vendor providing a complete software platform to help organizations efficiently automate business processes. The company is at the forefront of the digital business revolution achieving over 500% yearly revenue growth since 2015. A global community of thousands of users and over 300 customers use UiPath’s Platform to deploy attended and unattended software robots quickly and accurately resulting in better business outcomes, stronger security and compliance across complex processes, and higher job satisfaction. Based in New York City, UiPath also maintains offices worldwide in Australia, France, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Romania, Singapore and the United Kingdom.

Media enquiries

Please contact:

Enate – Edward Clark, eclark@thecommsco.com // +44 (0) 203 697 6680

UiPath – Anna Ghica, anna.ghica@uipath.com // +40 744 312 457

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