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Capgemini has launched its Intelligent Automation Platform (CIAP). This platform should enable the rapid implementation of automation to scale. CIAP enables end-to-end automation for applications, IT and business operations.

CIAP is based on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and enables Capgemini’s customers to drive innovation and transformation throughout the organization.

According to research by the company itself, this is a welcome solution. According to that study, only 16% of companies make extensive use of multiple applications. This is in spite of the fact that automation can generate cost savings of 32 to 165 billion dollars.

CIAP is a plug and play platform with which companies can switch from stand-alone Intelligent Automation (IA) initiatives to a company-wide automation approach. This will enable the deployment of more high-quality projects, according to Capgemini.


Sarah Burnett, Executive Vice President and Distinguished Analyst at Everest Group, states that the evolution of IA is taking place at a time when the complexity of technology has become a primary concern for companies. An all-in-one IA platform in the cloud can be a way to tackle this problem.

CIAP therefore takes advantage of the scalability of a cloud-based environment. This means that all innovations that are offered as managed services via the cloud can also be deployed.

In addition, it provides according to the company improved efficiency through a platform control tower with real-time AI and analytics monitoring, and 24/7 bone performance.

Automation Drive suite

CIAP is part of Capgemini’s Automation Drive suite. Inside the FastTrack Hub are reusable, ready-to-use intelligent automation solutions, bots, accelerators and use cases for economies of scale in implementations.

According to the company, the new platform is based on its experience in managing IA programmes for more than 600 customers worldwide. The platform is available immediately.

This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.