AntWorks Unveils Industry’s First Fullstack Integrated Automation Platform

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According to a new press release, “AntWorks, the global provider of artificial intelligence and intelligent automation solutions powered by fractal science, today unveiled ANTstein SQUARE, a fullstack solution that enables non-technical business users to automate end-to-end business processes quickly, easily and in a scalable manner. The industry’s first integrated automation platform (IAP) of its kind, ANTstein SQUARE is a multitenancy solution that allows for maximum bot utilisation, understands all types of data, and provides customers with a one-stop solution for data curation and building, deploying and managing an AI-enabled smart digital workforce. ‘ANTstein SQUARE automates the entire business process – not just discrete tasks. The focus at AntWorks has always been to deliver straight-through processing for clients, which then can deliver real and accountable business cases. That’s unlike what Gen 1 RPA promised,’ said Asheesh Mehra, AntWorks Group CEO and co-founder.”

The release goes on, “This AntWorks solution addresses a wide variety of business verticals and horizontal applications. That includes banking, healthcare and life sciences, insurance, media and entertainment, mortgage processing, technology, telecommunications, and transportation and logistics businesses. When combined with deep domain, the fullstack allows for deep automation and process-focused industry solutions like tax accounting, title search and trade finance. Rick Koo, digital works leader at Mercer, said, ‘AntWorks’ fullstack integrated automation platform is a compelling technology solution. While evaluating vendors for our digital transformation project, we were impressed with AntWorks’ capability and vision. They are great partners and are willing to go beyond in terms of commitment and effort and display total collaboration and transparency. We appreciate their strength and focus in using a business-led approach, instead of a technology-led approach, to problem solving’.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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