Roughly one year ago, we reported that The Center for Business Civic Engagement (CBCE) at George Mason University (Mason) established a new RPA Initiative in partnership with UiPath. Its mission is to research, educate, and communicate how adopting this emerging technology can improve productivity, operations, and service delivery of public sector organizations. Yesterday it was announced the addition of Amplitude9 as a partner with the Initiative to help achieve its mission and vision. Here are the details.
Amplitude9 is a leading RPA and AI solutions provider for the state, local, and academic sectors. Founder and CEO Anthony Fung started the company in 2019 in Richmond, VA. Fung has a long history in digital transformation for both the public and private sectors. He previously served as the Deputy Secretary of Technology for the Commonwealth of Virginia.
“We are pleased that Amplitude9 is part of this important academic endeavor at the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason. We are delighted to contribute to this unique vision of becoming the prominent institution for the study of software automation’s complexities and understanding of its ramifications on society.”
Anthony Fung, CEO, Amplitude9
“Anthony and his team will bring our RPA Initiative strong expertise in the workings of software automation, implementation, and the upsides it can provide.”
Dr. Rehr, Co-Founder of the RPA Initiative