Automation Anywhere has made it possible to access its Robotic Process Automation (RPA) bots from Azure. The company states that extensive cooperation has been established with Microsoft to enable joint product integration, joint sales and joint marketing.
Automation Anywhere also chose Azure as its cloud provider, giving shared customers access to automation technology anytime, anywhere, idm writes. Organisations can host Automation Anywhere’s RPA platform on Azure, on premise and in a public or private cloud.
Alysa Taylor, Corporate Vice President of Cloud and Business at Microsoft Business Applications and Industry, states that Automation Anywhere’s vision is consistent with Microsoft’s. “According to Mihir Shukla, CEO and co-founder of Automation Anywhere, the partnership enables companies to become more efficient, reduce costs through automation and give employees the opportunity to focus on what they do best.
Microsoft, for its part, will highlight Automation Anywhere’s automation products in its Executive Briefing Centres worldwide. This allows customers to get hands-on demonstrations of Microsoft products made possible by Automation Anywhere technology.
Automation Anywhere announced in April that it has also set up a partnership with Oracle Integration Cloud. The two companies want to accelerate intelligent automation and enable the adoption of Artificial Intelligence-powered software bots in the Integration Cloud.
Automation Anywhere’s RPA platform aims to enable Oracle Integration Cloud customers to automate complex business processes, allowing employees to focus on value-added work. Organisational efficiency also needs to be increased.
As part of the partnership, the enterprise RPA platform connector for the Integration Cloud will become available. Oracle customers will continue to have access to the software bots of Automation Anywhere, and the two companies are working together on additional bot creations specifically for Oracle. These bot creations must be available in the Automation Anywhere Bot Store.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.