Ubiquity Technology and UiPath announce a partnership

Ubiquity Technology, a company that offers specialised engineering and innovation technologies and process automation, has announced their partnership with, Robotics process automation (RPA) vendor, UiPath, to leverage its team of RPA certified specialists.

The partnership, which began in March, will enable their services to be rolled out to customers located in Portugal, Southern Africa, USA and Canada.

Working with UiPath, Ubiquity Technology will help clients to complete routine tasks – such as front and back-office processes from finance, HR, IT and admin.

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Frederico Reis, Founder and CEO of Ubiquity Technology, said, “Making RPA successful is a challenge. And to overcome it, in a way that greatly benefits our customers keeping our focus on people and offering great technology solutions, we need to partner with the best.”

“We are pleased to partner with an RPA market leader that supports and stands beyond its customers’ and partners’ success. By encouraging a “growing together” philosophy, UiPath is a logical partner that will help us support the growing automation demands from our customers.”

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Since the onset of the partnership, Ubiquity Technology customers have deployed several software robots, such as Super Bock Group, a Portuguese soft drinks company.

Flávia Pereira, Business Support Analyst at Super Bock Group, said, “The decision to bring UiPath solutions inside the organisation is an important step for those who work here and for the business itself.”

“Starting the robotisation era, by automating recurring tasks, is also an opportunity to review business processes which may be obsolete. Making these processes more functional and efficient allows employees to improve their quality on daily tasks.”

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“On the long run, investing in robotisation activities will also free employees some time so they can gain knowledge on other areas or activities. The partnership with Ubiquity is helping Super Bock Group to achieve success on this initiative.”

Anand Nagwani, Vice President EMEA Partnership at UiPath, said: “Ubiquity Technology is revealing to be a fast and agile partner that is gaining remarkable results from its successful deployments across industries. We are delighted that this partnership is delivering increased value to our customers.”

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