Fujitsu and Blue Prism work together for broad RPA offering

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Fujitsu will work with Blue Prism to provide companies with easier access to Robotic Process Automation (RPA). Fujitsu will support its customers’ RPA implementations by bringing its RPA-as-a-service, AI, cloud services and other technologies to Blue Prism’s RPA software.

RPA is the technology that makes it possible to automate tasks that people usually perform. It is usually software that can help companies save money and increase efficiency. Removing monotonous, repetitive tasks also helps improve staff satisfaction, and prevents delays and human error in implementations.

RPA offer

Fujitsu offers its own RPA services as an as-a-service product. That product now strengthens it by working together with Blue Prism and linking the frameworks together. The planning, implementation and operation of customers’ projects takes place via the RPA experts in the Fujitsu Global Delivery Centers (GDCs).

Blue Prism architects, project managers and developers are already working on the GDCs. In addition, Fujitsu has extensive experience in AI projects and works with Blue Prism to provide AI solutions that customers can deploy in conjunction with Blue Prism’s RPA platform. These include intelligence chatbots, but also optical recognition of signs and other similar matters.

Gamechanger

In a statement, Jan Bache, head of the RPA Center of Excellence at Fujitsu EMEIA, says that RPA can be a game changer because of the cost savings that companies can achieve. This is because it can work 24/7/365, without human error. By deepening our relationship with Blue Prism, we give our major corporate clients access to a scalable and stable platform, says Bache.

In addition, Martin Flood, Chief Revenue Officer of Blue Prism, states that his company can now offer the benefits of the leading RPA software to business customers seeking transformational change. The intention is for Fujitsu to hire more RPA experts in 2019.

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