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Business Process Management (BPM) and workflow software specialist ProcessMaker will collaborate with RPA specialist Automation Anywhere. The collaboration should enable ProcessMaker users to achieve greater efficiency through solutions that help with routine, data-intensive tasks.

Companies will be able to improve general processes in their company through cooperation. As part of the deal, both specialists want the RPA platform Automation Anywhere with ProcessMaker’s BPM software. As a result, Automation Anywhere’s RPA platform allows customers to create bots that perform tasks within larger business processes. These processes are in turn managed by ProcessMaker. The aim is therefore to integrate these two technologies. In this way, companies are given a set of tools to use software bots to streamline digital tasks in a larger number of business processes.

The integration of ProcessMaker and Automation Anywhere technologies provided a powerful new option for companies to improve their business processes, said Griffin Pickard, Director Technology Alliance Program of Automation Anywhere. This collaboration will enable end-users to automate everyday repetitive tasks, allowing them to focus on more important initiatives such as innovation and improved customer experiences.

Automate routine tasks

The announcement will be particularly interesting for companies where employees routinely have to perform simple tasks manually. For example, educational institutions that use ProcessMaker can use the Automation Anywhere platform to use software bots to process new students or new grant applications. For example, bots that automatically capture data from different files or e-mails from students or employees. According to both companies, this should ultimately lead to time savings and fewer errors in the manual management of business processes.

We are very excited about this partnership as we continue to strive to provide our customers with the speed, efficiency and flexibility needed in modern enterprises, said Brian Reale, CEO and founder of ProcessMaker. The collaboration between ProcessMaker and Automation Anywhere takes BPM to a new level, allowing employees to focus on what they do best and allowing bots to focus on the rest.

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