Automation Anywhere®, the leader in Robotic Process Automation (RPA), today announced a technology alliance partnership with Celonis, the leader in operationalizing process change for business transformation, to integrate their respective platforms and collaborate on sales and marketing programs. RPA combined with process mining further enables organizations to streamline and automate processes, ensuring they operate at maximum efficiency.
Built on its process mining technology, Celonis provides visibility into existing process flows, a detailed analysis of process metrics, and an intelligent framework for process improvements that can be automated with Automation Anywhere’s RPA and cognitive automation platform.
“Customers can now automatically visualize and screen their processes for areas with the highest automation potential, and as a result, build, test, and deploy RPA in a smarter way,” said Peter Meechan, Chief Corporate Development Officer at Automation Anywhere. “The powerful combination of these two category-leading companies is a game changer.”
“We are delighted to see the alliance between Automation Anywhere and Celonis,” said Irfan Ali, RPA Head at Bosch Service Solutions. “The integration of their respective platforms will identify even more new automation opportunities and further enhance the value of our business transformation process initiatives.”
“Celonis is pleased to join Automation Anywhere’s technology alliances program to offer customers a seamless experience from understanding their processes to identifying automation opportunities and then executing on them,” said Marc Kinast, VP Global Business Development at Celonis. “Together we are helping global organizations realize the benefits of operationalizing process change in their business to achieve significant improvements and impressive results.”
The Celonis solution recommends bots from the Automation Anywhere Bot Store, the leading marketplace for pre-built, plug-and-play bots, to make it even faster and easier for organizations to add new automations. Celonis has an “Analyze Business Process” bot in the Bot Store which works with the Automation Anywhere Bot Insight solution to automatically identify automation potential and monitor the impact of automation on business processes.
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Automation Anywhere is the leader in Robotic Process Automation (RPA), the platform on which more organizations build world-class Intelligent Digital Workforces. Automation Anywhere’s enterprise-grade platform uses software bots that work side by side with people to do much of the repetitive work in many industries. It combines sophisticated RPA, cognitive and embedded analytic technologies. Over 1,100 organizations use this AI-enabled solution to manage and scale business processes faster, with near-zero error rates, while dramatically reducing operational costs. Automation Anywhere provides automation technology to leading financial services, insurance, healthcare, technology, manufacturing, telecom and logistics companies globally. For additional information, visit www.automationanywhere.com.
Celonis (www.celonis.com) is a New York- and Munich-based enterprise software company that offers an Intelligent Business System based on the process mining technology it pioneered. As the market leader in process mining, Celonis helps organizations to rapidly understand and improve operational process flows for business transformation. Companies around the world including Siemens, GM, 3M, Airbus and Vodafone rely on Celonis technology to guide them in creating new, automated business processes that save millions of dollars while delighting their customers with improved experiences.
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