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Enate and transformAI partner

 

Enate and transformAI partner to simplify service delivery across a human and digital workforce 

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London, UK – 29 October, 2018 - Enate, the pioneering Robotic Service Orchestration (RSO) provider, has announced a partnership with transformAI, a robotic process automation (RPA) solutions provider and expert in driving business transformation through automation. Together, Enate and transformAI will allow business enterprises of all sizes to go further and faster with their automation programmes, achieving greater efficiency through orchestration of workflows between human employees and digital workers.

Enate’s RSO platform orchestrates the delivery and management of services across a digital workforce to ensure the right workers are doing the right task at the right time. By governing and monitoring a hybrid workforce of humans and digital workers, Enate allows operation at any scale, whatever the ratio of human:digital and whichever automation technology is being used.

Kit Cox, Founder and CEO at Enate, said, “We are delighted to have transformAI as a partner in North America. I’ve worked with their executive team for many years and they are steeped in process transformation and recognise the critical role orchestration plays in digital operations. transformAI are specialists in Automation Anywhere digital workers, and Enate will help its customers go further and faster with automation by keeping the ecosystem open whatever stage of RPA adoption they’re at with the ability to ‘plug and play’ the correct digital worker for the right tasks across multiple vendors.”

Allen Edmond, CEO of transformAI, said, “We are pleased to partner with Enate to offer our clients the ability to quickly identify the fastest ROI areas to automate. Using Enate and RPA, enterprises benefit by establishing an early payback and then more easily identify future areas to scale. With Enate’s orchestration, managing the human to digital handoff becomes easier to visualise, analyse and then optimise”.

Using Enate, transformAI experts will know which processes are best to automate while gaining oversight to manage automation flawlessly and keep humans and bots in sync. The partnership enables customers to buy Enate’s RSO platform directly from transformAI.

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Notes to editors

Enate is a global company headquartered in the UK that offers a Robotic Service Orchestration (RSO) platform to govern the delivery and management of services across a digital and human workforce. Enate provides the foundation to digitise services regardless of what RPA, AI or cognitive technology is in play. The system enables the delivery of services from multiple locations to local standards while maintaining complete visibility and control (including the automation of KPIs and SLAs), all aligned to detailed reporting of cost and productivity. Enate’s RSO platform deploys within weeks. Enate was founded by automation industry expert Kit Cox. Customers include Capgemini, Capita, Generali and Serco. For more information, visit www.enate.net or follow Enate on Twitter @enateLtd.

About transformAI

transformAI leverages the world’s most sophisticated robotic process automation and orchestration (RPA & RPO) solutions to massively scale business operations and drive rapid value.  We enable the digital transformation journey by strategically analysing your business ecosystem to find high value innovative automation opportunities, then leverage software bots to automate and capture that value.  Subsequent orchestration simplifies service delivery across your human and digital workforce, while seamlessly managing the supporting bot infrastructure, continually optimizing performance and resource allocation.

Media enquiries

Enate  - Jen Shaw, jen.shaw@enate.net // +44 (0) 1242 388087

transformAI - Danielle Park, Danielle.park@transformai.com // +1 310-620-2303

 

 

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