WorkFusion launch first free robotic process automation tool, AI enterprise efforts accelerating
WorkFusion has announced the global launch of its RPA Express product – the world’s first free robotic process automation (RPA) product for enterprise operations – that will help organisations start or expedite their digitisation efforts. Since February 2016, over 2000 users from 850 companies have participated in WorkFusion RPA Express Early Access program, and the initial participants have seen as much as 30% increase in speed of RPA adoption.
Max Yankelevich, WorkFusion CEO, said: “As much as 3-6 months can be spent by companies on procuring basic automation capabilities. WorkFusion RPA Express helps data- and operations-intensive organisations eliminate this roadblock and helps companies start automating and free up human capital to improve customer experience and grow their business.”
EPAM Systems, Inc., one of WorkFusion’s partners, improved delivery for its banking and financial services clients’ by using RPA Express to automate data entry, generate invoices and offers, create new accounts, and exchange information between systems. Eli Feldman, CTO, Advanced Technology, EPAM, said: “RPA Express is part of a broader cognitive services strategy to help our clients fuel growth, uncover new opportunities and stay competitive. Our first impressions working with RPA Express are very positive.”
RPA Express lets customers freely automate the manual work of integrating Citrix, Oracle, SAP and other vital core systems by removing the “swivel chair” tasks of entering credentials, navigating application interface, and performing core systems functions. While some RPA vendors provide free trials, WorkFusion claims to be the first software company to provide a scalable, unlimited RPA product for free.
In the summer of 2017, WorkFusion will also be launching a freely available education portal called “Automation Academy” to help operations and IT teams worldwide learn more about automation.
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