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ABBYY and UiPath engage in joint projects with partnership

Thursday 24th October, 2019

ABBYY has announced it has been engaged in numerous joint projects worldwide that leverage its content intelligence capabilities with UiPath’s robotic process automation (RPA) platform to make digital workers smarter.

The joint customers are represented in several industries worldwide, including Medline Industries, Costain and RACQ. The ABBYY FlexiCapture Connector is currently available in the UiPath Go! Marketplace where developers can easily add content IQ skills to the UiPath RPA platform.

“Leveraging AI and Machine Learning technology to enable highly skilled RPA robots is a key strategy for UiPath. ABBYY is a strategic partner to UiPath, providing innovative technologies that enable enhanced robot skills in content intelligence,” said Dhruv Asher, SVP of Alliances and Business Development from UiPath. “By combining ABBYY offerings with our platform, we deliver integrated capabilities that turn content into information and information into intelligent insights and actions, delivering significant value to our customers and partners.“

Additionally, ABBYY Vantage is available to UiPath customers. Vantage is built for the citizen developer helping organisations accelerate their digital transformation by delivering advanced content IQ skills to perform like humans.

“ABBYY has been instrumental in helping digital workers and intelligent process automation platforms become smarter using a new class of AI technologies that fuel digital workers a company’s greatest asset – its content,” stated Bruce Orcutt, SVP of Product Marketing at ABBYY. “Digital IQ is important because companies are finally able to make more intelligent business decisions faster based on data, not opinion or bias. It has also become a valued asset to RPA vendors that recognize the need beyond simple digitisation.”

UiPath’s RPA solution is used by more than 5,000 customers worldwide, including eight of the top 10 Fortune 500. The company was also recently named third on the Forbes’ 2019 Cloud 100 list.