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Press release

Enate joins Automation Anywhere’s Technology Alliance Program to accelerate digital transformation and RPA


LONDON, UK – 14th May 2019 – Enate, the service orchestration SaaS provider, has joined the Automation Anywhere Technology Alliance Program to help customers more easily scale RPA using Enate’s service orchestration platform to further augment human workers and accelerate digital transformation.

Enate’s service orchestration platform orchestrates work across a human, digital or hybrid workforce for simplified end-to-end processes. The integration of service orchestration with Automation Anywhere’s Digital Workforce Platform helps customers to deploy bots from different vendors - and manage them all in one place.

Automation Anywhere customers can now seamlessly manage the workflow of human and digital employees through Enate’s Connector in the Automation Anywhere Bot Store. The Enate Connector enables developers to integrate Enate with Automation Anywhere bots without custom code.

Kit Cox, CEO at Enate, said, “Automation Anywhere shares our purpose of bringing humans and bots together through technology. Working together, Enate and Automation Anywhere will offer greater productivity and efficiency for customers, whatever the workforce mix of attended or unattended bots, cognitive automation and humans – and whatever stage of automation organisations are at. Enate enables customers to plug and play bots from multiple vendors through our unique open ecosystem.”

“Enate will help simplify the adoption of RPA for our mutual customers,” said Griffin Pickard, Director of Technology Alliance Program at Automation Anywhere. “Leveraging Automation Anywhere’s RPA bots using Enate’s service orchestration platform will help to yield increased productivity for our mutual customers by integrating employees and digital workers. “

Notes to editors

Enate is a global company headquartered in the UK that provides a service orchestration platform to govern the delivery and management of services across a hybrid workforce of humans and bots. Enate provides the foundation to digitise services regardless of what RPA, AI or cognitive technology is in play. The platform 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 platform deploys within weeks. Enate was founded by automation industry expert Kit Cox. Customers include Capgemini, Capita, Generali and Mizuho. For more information, visit www.enate.net or follow Enate on Twitter @enateLtd.

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