DVT partners with UiPath to offer customers robotic process automation services
UiPath's RPA solution to help DVT customers automate business processes more efficiently, accurately, securely and at scale.
Software development and related services company DVT has partnered with UiPath, the leading enterprise robotic process automation (RPA) software company to complement its services in AI, data and analytics.
To gain market advantage in today's highly competitive landscape, organisations are increasingly seeking solutions to help them expedite operational processes, enhance agility and deliver greater value to customers.
By partnering with UiPath, DVT will enable clients to complete routine tasks, including processes such as supplier invoice entry, customer queries, and support calls, with optimal agility. By delegating these processes to a virtual digital workforce of software robots, company employees will be able to focus on more strategic, creative and customer-facing initiatives.
"RPA is an incredibly promising technology capability getting a great deal of attention at the moment. We are now pleased to be able to offer RPA services including consulting, implementation and maintenance to the South African market," says Karl Fischer, DVT's Executive Head for AI, Data and Analytics. "The reality of RPA is that it has a specific sweet spot for real ROI and a dependence on highly capable consultants that can bring innovation and insight to business process. We are confident in the strength of both our selected platform, UiPath, as well as our highly experienced consulting team members that we have the right combination of technology and people to deliver success in RPA to our clients."
Anand Nagwani, VP of Partnerships EMEA at UiPath, says: "By opening an office in South Africa, we made a commitment to be closer to our partners as well as current and future clients. We were happy to recognise a strong partner in DVT and are looking forward to join forces and provide the local market with the best RPA platform currently on the market."