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Automation Anywhere partners with DataRobot

Monday 24th December, 2018

Automation Anywhere has announced a partnership with DataRobot a pioneering architect of automated machine learning. The integration with DataRobot’s platform extends Automation Anywhere’s cognitive automation capabilities to include decision-making using automated machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI).

Automation Anywhere’s digital workforce platform allows any business user to build software bots to automate repetitive work across any industry. The combination of RPA, cognitive and analytics technologies already allows automation of complex business processes that involve unstructured data embedded in documents and emails. Machine learning models can be trained using this data and applied to real-world business problems to automatically make decisions and recommend actionable outcomes to the user.

Enterprises today collect vast amounts of data for business processes such as loan applications, insurance claims, and medical records. The combination of Automation Anywhere and DataRobot allows enterprises to further democratise and accelerate digital transformation.

Peter Meechan, Chief Corporate Development Officer at Automation Anywhere, said “By combining our solutions with DataRobot, we greatly increase the depth and breadth of use cases that can be automated using the industry’s most widely adopted Digital Workforce platform.”

Seann Gardiner, SVP of Business Development at DataRobot said, “DataRobot incorporates the knowledge, experience, and best practices of the world's leading data scientists to deliver unmatched levels of automation, accuracy, transparency, and collaboration with advanced machine learning models.”

“The partnership between DataRobot and Automation Anywhere brings together our common focus to give enterprises the tools to fully democratise and combine AI with business process automation. In addition, we see RPA developers as having the perfect skill set to leverage DataRobot and become one of the earliest and largest populations of AI developers.”