Accenture and UiPath have announced an expanded collaboration to help companies to adopt automation, accelerate technology transformation efforts and create new opportunities.
The expansion is aimed to help clients benefit from intelligent automation to increase productivity and create a catalyst for the reinvention of business processes to be more efficient and adaptable to change.
Daniel Dines, UiPath co-founder and Chief Executive Officer, “These days, speed goes hand in hand with success. Enterprises can’t afford to wait and hire someone tomorrow to build the solution they need today. Together we both can help enterprises realize the full potential of automation at scale as it reaches maturity.”
Accenture and UiPath have been together supporting automation journeys of clients that also include Uber and the University of Chicago Medical Center.
“Increased collaboration with UiPath will help our clients realise more benefits from automation and achieve even greater value from the compressed transformations they are making,” said Paul Daugherty, group chief executive – Technology and chief technology officer at Accenture.
Earlier, Qlik had entered into an alliance with UiPath that will seemingly add on the former’s already existing enterprise software automation platform, which offers integration with its cloud analytics service to automate customer-end tasks.
Likewise, UiPath had also announced that its end-to-end automation platform is being incorporated into PwC Perform, which is a proprietary operational improvement methodology and management system that drives new behaviours to increase effectiveness and efficiency in an organisation and improve customer outcomes.