Business & Economy Startups Automation Anywhere to enter SE Asia riding on Singaporean VSTECS network

Automation Anywhere to enter SE Asia riding on Singaporean VSTECS network

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San Jose-based robotic process automation (RPA) provider Automation Anywhere partners up with VSTECS, the Singapore-based ICT company

Automation Anywhere is ready for Southeast Asia-wide launch with the recent appointment of VSTECS as the company’s authorised distributor for the RPA company’s intelligent digital workforce platform, as reported by Channel Asia Singapore.

“The partnership with Automation Anywhere will allow us to bring more value to the market in Singapore and Indonesia,” said Sebastian Chong, president of VSTECS Singapore.

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With its robotic process automation (RPA) technology, Automation Anywhere helps organisations to automate business processes and workflows with ‘bots,’ stuffs that were used to require human handle.

Adrian Jones, the executive vice president of Asia Pacific and Japan at Automation Anywhere shared that the company is aware of the RPA growth in Asia. “Our solutions will be distributed through VSTECS’s network of resellers increasing the speed at which companies can automate in ASEAN,” said Jones.

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Automation Anywhere has more than 250 vendors worldwide, and VSTECS now joins the club.

Photo by Franck V. on Unsplash

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