Friday 1st October, 2021
ABBYY has announced that its public sector initiatives are gaining momentum with a new distribution partnership with The Trusted Government IT Solutions Provider, Carahsoft Technology Corp.
ABBYY has digitally transformed document processing and business process challenges for several public sector organisations including The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, US Food and Drug Administration, California Department of Motor Vehicles, and other federal, state, local organisations.
With ABBYY Timeline, public sector organisations can now have industry-leading process and task mining capabilities that accelerate automation value by analysing and identifying which processes to automate and continuously monitoring them to ensure compliance and superior results. ABBYY Process Intelligence solutions are necessary for optimising the performance for any intelligent automation platform, including robotic process automation (RPA) bots, to efficiently scale digital transformation enterprise wide.
Additionally, they can benefit from ABBYY Vantage and ABBYY Marketplace, the first no-code, cloud-based platform and digital marketplace with ready-to-go, pre-trained document skills that understand any document immediately.
“By partnering with ABBYY, we are now able to provide the Public Sector with solutions that enable agencies to advance their digital transformations,” said Michael Shrader, Vice President of Intelligence and Innovative Solutions at Carahsoft. “ABBYY’s digital intelligence platform provides context and visibility into organisations’ business processes to improve customer experience, efficiency, and success. We look forward to working with ABBYY and our resellers to help the Public Sector accelerate their digital capabilities.”
“The public sector faces significant challenges being document heavy and having processes that have been in place for decades in some instances. As they embark on their digital journeys to improve and transform how they work, we will be their champion to ensure they emerge more agile, connected, and streamlined,” commented Bruce Orcutt, Senior Vice President, Product Marketing and Management at ABBYY.