Austin, Texas, and London — January 24, 2019 — Poised to transform the Robotic Process Automation (RPA) market, Blue Prism (AIM: PRSM) today unveiled its connected-RPA vision which gives enterprises a game changing way of staying competitive and accelerating time to market for new services and products by easily accessing and exploiting leading-edge cloud, AI and cognitive capabilities. Blue Prism’s connected-RPA vision aims to unleash the creativity and innovation of an organization’s digital savvy employees, “the makers”, by giving them the power to invent, design and swiftly develop new disruptive services via the company’s advanced digital workforce.
Today, IT departments often spend most of their budget on maintaining and updating processes and systems, rather than focused on new initiatives — creating a digital entrepreneur gap that leaves organizations vulnerable to competitors who can innovate faster. Blue Prism closes this gap with an intelligent digital workforce capable of self-learning and continuous improvement, empowering users to automate billions of transactions while returning hundreds of millions of hours of work back into the business—freeing up employees to create, build and share their innovations.
“The connected-RPA vision that Blue Prism has outlined highlights the evolving power of automation,” says Dave Mayer, Principal Sector Analyst for AI, RPA and Blockchain at NelsonHall. “It extends beyond the limits of traditional RPA, giving users a compelling all-in-one, complete automation platform which includes AI and cognitive features already built-in. The new roadmap, capabilities and features being introduced today nicely leverage and enable Blue Prism’s growing community of developers, customers, channel partners and technology alliances.”
Connected-RPA enables a powerful digital transformation that results in a connected entrepreneur enterprise, delivering new operational agility that allows organizations to maintain a competitive edge and be less vulnerable to start-ups and competitors.
“Our vision for connected-RPA is about giving the power of creativity to an organization’s people, while maintaining control and connecting innovations together, so individual work adds up to a far more powerful whole,” says Alastair Bathgate, CEO and co-founder at Blue Prism. “With an array of reusable, intelligent automation skills available through our Digital Exchange app store, connected-RPA lets an organization unleash its entrepreneurs and innovators, giving them the freedom to focus on creative work that drives business forward.”
Supporting this connected-RPA vision, Blue Prism is also announcing new and enhanced platform features, capabilities, extensions and community enhancements — all designed to deliver intelligent automation with just a few clicks. These include:
The result from all this gives users completely automated end-to-end processes, while maximizing AI functionality quickly and easily. It provides enterprises with a single scalable platform that enables business-led automation in an IT-endorsed and controlled environment.
Blue Prism also disclosed plans to introduce the following capabilities within the next 90 days:
To find out more attend Blue Prism World, where you’ll learn about the company’s vision, upcoming product enhancements, and hear from customers that have transformed their organizations into connected entrepreneur enterprises with Blue Prism’s connected-RPA. The Blue Prism World events represent the largest RPA forum on the planet offering up unprecedented networking opportunities for attendees.
The world’s largest enterprises rely on the Blue Prism digital workforce to optimize production processes, increase profitability and enhance customer experiences. Learn how our smart, secure, scalable and successful digital workers can transform your business through intelligent automation. The future of work starts now.
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