Vertosoft, one of the leading emerging technology distributors for the U.S. government, today announced an agreement with Automation Anywhere, Inc., a global leader in intelligent automation and robotic process automation (RPA). Under this new relationship Vertosoft, will now be one of the select companies authorized to distribute Automation Anywhere solutions in support of the U.S. Federal, State, and Local Governments.
Through this collaboration, Vertosoft will act as a public sector distributor and will promote Automation Anywhere’s industry leading RPA platform through the Government partner ecosystem and among Government agencies. Being chosen as a government distributor provides a new value to all Vertosoft’s government partners and customers, giving them the ability to have access to Automation Anywhere’s leading advancements in the RPA industry.
“With Automation Anywhere, we are able to offer the convergence of robotic process automation and machine learning to bring intelligent process automation to government agencies” said Chet Hayes, Chief Technology Officer of Vertosoft.
“Bringing RPA to the U.S. government will free federal, state and local agency workers from manual, repetitive tasks – increasing productivity and employee satisfaction while saving government dollars,” said Joe Vranicar, Executive Vice President of Automation Anywhere. “We are thrilled to collaborate with Vertosoft, and look forward to enabling more government offices with the power of automation to improve efficiencies and enhance customer satisfaction.”
Established in 2016, Vertosoft accelerates the adoption of innovative and emerging technology within the government. We bring the flexibility, agility, and responsiveness of a small company with the experience of a large organization. With our clear focus on emerging technology growth in government, Vertosoft is uniquely positioned to reduce complexity and provide scalable, cloud-ready technology solutions that enable government agencies to deliver smarter, client-centric digital transformations.
This article was published on ExecutiveBiz.