Happiest Minds partners with Enate to build RPO solutions

Happiest Minds partners with Enate to build RPO solutions
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14 Dec, 2020

Bengaluru based information technology (IT) solutions provider Happiest Minds has announced a partnership with robotic process orchestration solutions company Enate to offer RPO solutions for enterprise clients.

Enate’s RPO solution will be offered in combination with Happiest Mind’s suite of technologies to aid enterprises in scaling up their automation initiatives, according to a statement. 

Founded in 2017 by CEO Kit Cox, Cheltenham, UK based Enate offers a business process management (BPM), workflow, as well as a workforce management platform to help streamline operations between employees and technologies such as robotic process automation bots, optical character recognition platforms, natural language processing (NLP), artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning (ML)- based technologies, among others. Enate also has an Indian office in Bengaluru. 

“There is an inherent need to scale automation by connecting technologies like RPA, AI, ML, OCR, and many more to improve productivity,” Sandeep Agarwal, COO, Digital Business Services at Happiest Minds said.

The two companies have already created solutions for industry use cases such as freight audit automation, which Happiest Minds said would help customers drive better operational efficiencies as well as generate higher ROI on automation investments.

In early November Happiest Minds reported a 27.8% year-on-year (YoY) increase in net profit to Rs 34.08 crore for the quarter ended September 30, 2020. Its  consolidated net profit declined 23% sequentially from Rs 50.18 crore ($6.75 million).

The company’s most recent partnerships include one with San Francisco based machine learning (ML) firm AutonomIQ to bring autonomous testing capabilities to its digital transformation solutions, as well as a deal with US firm Io-Tahoe, an artificial intelligence (AI)- driven asset data management provider, for offering data discovery and governance solutions.

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