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Laiye officially cooperates with IAC to add another “major” to Intelligent Automation

More and more companies today are interested in exploring intelligent automation. Whether it is to improve quality and efficiency or to accelerate digitalization, intelligent automation is the best option. However, when it came to selecting a professional service provider, finding the best option was not easy.

A few days ago, Laiye, a leader in the field of intelligent automation, announced that it has reached a cooperative relationship with the world-renowned intelligent automation expert IAC. In the future, both parties will give full play to their respective advantages and provide one-stop solutions for more enterprises seeking a way out of digitalization.

IAC is an experienced enterprise with a team of globally recognized experts and pioneers. In terms of IA solutions, IAC has achieved first-class results, and there are sufficient cases to prove its strength. “Intelligent automation enables organizations of any size to drive their digital transformation. Europe has a wealth of opportunities and room for growth,” stated Neil Parker, General Manager of the Laiye’s EMEA region. “Partnering with IAC helps us serve this dynamic and fast-growing market and industrialize AI, cognitive, and RPA capabilities. We look forward to working together.”

Choosing to partner with IAC is a monumental step for Laiye. Laiye and IAC both share a common pursuit —  to be the strongest service partner in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA). The partnership promises to bring the most sophisticated and innovative solutions currently available to the Intelligent Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Intelligent Document Processing (IDP) and Conversational Chatbot markets.

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The ultimate goal of the partnership is to bring forth a new “wave” to the field of intelligent automation. IAC hopes to achieve a significantly higher return on investments than past RPA solutions. By combining traditional automation with intelligent artificial intelligence functions, both the original field of “intelligent” business and the service process of the enterprise will be surpassed and optimized.

In the future, the partnership between Laiye and IAC will expand to include France, Spain, Italy and Portugal, as well as the Middle East. Laiye aims to promote more intelligent automation to the European continent and further expand Laiye’s global influence. Data shows that Laiye has already provided services for one-fifth of the Fortune 500 companies, including companies headquartered in Europe such as Porsche, Johnson & Johnson, and LVMH. The list is only going to grow longer.

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