EPAM and WorkFusion Partner to Accelerate Customer Adoption of Smart Automation Solutions
Press Release: February 23, 2017
The partnership with WorkFusion is part of EPAM’s strategy to further expand its expertise in the areas of Robotic Process Automation, AI, and Machine Learning, to continue to help its clients focus on digital workforce transformation. Smart automation is being leveraged to solve many common issues faced by large businesses, and is helping organizations stay competitive by cutting costs and improving services. As
“Most larger enterprises, even Financial Services companies, continue to struggle with the rising demands being placed on them by digital transformation and they have to think smarter, not bigger. Today’s smart automation solutions provide the opportunity for organizations to be more efficient and highly productive, while still lowering risks and costs,” said
“We are excited to be working with
Many organizations have benefited from EPAM’s global delivery framework, multi-disciplinary teams, system integration capabilities, and industry-specific expertise.
At the core of WorkFusion’s SPA software are three powerful capabilities – workforce orchestration, robotic process automation (RPA), and cognitive automation which, together, help organizations improve workforce agility and elasticity and automate manual processes through rapidly evolving AI. As WorkFusion automates more repetitive work, staff are elevated to exceptions handling and higher value tasks.
WorkFusion's Intelligent Automation empowers enterprise operations to digitize. WorkFusion combines all of AI-powered capabilities that global businesses need to digitize into enterprise-grade products purpose-built for operations professionals. Operations teams at data-intensive organizations, such as global banking and financial services companies, healthcare and insurance providers, and BPO firms use WorkFusion Intelligent Automation to become leaner, more productive and agile. For more information, please visit www.workfusion.com.
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Danielle Ruess-SaltzM: 267.978.7688 firstname.lastname@example.org Adam Devineadam@workfusion.com