Digital Workforce Services Plc today announced it has signed a partnership agreement with Robocorp, an open source RPA technology company, to incorporate Robocorp’s Gen2 RPA technology into its multi-technology service offering. According to Mika Vainio-Mattila, CEO of Digital Workforce, both companies come from a Finnish background and have a common desire to deliver measurable results to their customers through automation faster, more efficiently and smarter.
Robocorp is essential to Digital Workforce Outsmart, a holistic business automation solution. Outsmart enables organizations to develop workflows for long-running, cross-functional business processes by integrating people and technologies (RPA, intelligent document processing, machine learning, conversational AI and integrations) into a manageable whole.
The CEOs of both companies gave their comments on the partnership agreement:
“Digital Workforce is a pioneer in the intelligent automation market globally and was the first to introduce, among other things, a multi-technology cloud and maintenance service for RPA with usage-based pricing. They have a long experience, a talented team of experts and the best methods and practices on the market for the deployment and development of intelligent automation. They are just the right partner for us, and we are delighted to be partnering with them.”Antti Karjalainen, CEO and co-founder, Robocorp
“Digital Workforce is a technology-agnostic intelligent automation services company, and we work with market leading automation technologies. As our customers’ needs and business objectives vary widely, we select the best technology combination for each situation, packaged in an easy-to-purchase service. Robocorp has pioneered the development of an open-source RPA platform. We have followed them closely since their establishment and have seen how the technology has matured to meet even the most demanding customer needs. We are thrilled about this partnership and the opportunities our future cooperation will open up for our customers.”Mika Vainio-Mattila, CEO, Digital Workforce