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Blue Prism Unleashes Full Potential of Digital Workforces Powered by Artificial Intelligence

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “Blue Prism, provider of the world’s most successful digital workforce, today announced a new offering that features “out of the box” API integrations with AWS, Google, IBM and Microsoft to enable operational AI (Artificial Intelligence) at scale. Coupled with Blue Prism’s Robotic Process Automation (RPA) platform, enterprise users of AWS, Google Cloud, IBM Watson and Microsoft Cognitive can now access a variety of AI-powered digital workers, also known as software robots, to automate and complete increasingly complex tasks through a single platform. Blue Prism’s Digital Workforce simplifies the adoption of AI within business processes and enables the practical use of AI within the enterprise, via a simple “drag and drop” approach. Blue Prism’s software robots can run on premises or in public clouds, while being the only RPA vendor to offer certified reference architectures for Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform and IBM Cloud.”

The release goes on, “Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is an ever-expanding market and demand for intelligent robots that can automate back-office work has never been higher. Forrester forecasts the RPA market to reach $2.9 billion by 2021, a subset of the $48.5 billion broader AI enterprise spend. However, a predominant limitation enterprises are confronted with is that the scale and variety of tasks these robots can automate is dependent on the limited amount of process data at their disposal.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

Photo credit: Blue Prism

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