Synechron Inc. announced a strategic partnership with Blue Prism, a global leader in Robotic Process Automation (RPA). This partnership will help banks, asset managers and insurance companies define business cases where Blue Prism’s connected-RPA platform can help drive intelligent automation for increased productivity and enhanced Return on Investment (ROI).
Synechron is accelerating digital initiatives for banks, asset managers and insurance companies, and as they continue on their digital transformation journeys leveraging RPA solutions is a key part of that strategy. With Blue Prism’s solution approach focused on business-led transformation governed by IT, Synechron’s business consulting-led use case development and enterprise-scale technology delivery capability will allow us to accelerate our shared clients’ RPA initiatives. Synechron’s Digital capability will go beyond creating a digital workforce and move to advising clients on how to advance cognitive robotic process automation with advanced machine learning for additional value creation.
Chad Gailey, VP of Channel Marketing at Blue Prism said, “At Blue Prism, we are consistently looking for partners that drive innovation through new intelligent automation capabilities. We’re delighted to partner with Synechron and add them to our list of partners. Given Synechron’s strong commitment to accelerate digital transformation initiatives and their robust automation capabilities, the partnership is a natural fit.”
Diana Kearns-Manolatos, Global Head of Marketing at Synechron stated, “Given Blue Prism’s status as a leader in RPA and its work with more than half of the world’s top financial institutions, we saw tremendous need and opportunity with our clients to advise them on their automation strategies. As we build our Blue Prism Center of Excellence, we look forward to contributing Synechron’s deep domain expertise in financial services, technology and digital innovation, to allow us to guide clients as they continue working on their digital transformation goals.”