The solutions will provide intelligent automation at scale
Bengaluru, NFAPost: Happiest Minds Technologies Limited, a ‘Born Digital. Born Agile’, digital transformation and IT solutions company, and UK based Robotic Process Orchestration (RPO) solutions company Enate announced a partnership to accelerate the enterprise intelligent automation journey using advanced process orchestration capabilities.
Founded in 2017 by Kit Cox, who is also Enate’s Global CEO, Enate’s RPO offers a Lite BPM, Workflow and Workforce management platform to help increase efficiencies and streamline operations between human employees and future-of-work technologies such as RPA bots, OCR platforms, NLP/AI/ML technologies, etc.
Enate’s RPO solution combines with Happiest Minds suite of digital technologies and domain expertise to help enterprises scale up their automation initiatives through smooth integration with RPA, AI, ML, OCR, NLP, and more future-of-work technologies.
Happiest Minds Digital Business Services CEO Rajiv Shah said integration of Enate’s RPO solution with Happiest Minds platform is ensuring the acceleration of hyper-automation initiatives of our customers.
“Happiest Minds works with specialized technology partners like Enate to create a scalable automation ecosystem for its global client base,” said Happiest Minds Digital Business Services CEO Rajiv Shah.
Happiest Minds Digital Business Services Chief Operating Officer Sandeep Agarwal said the current pandemic has fast-tracked automation initiatives for most of the clients and there is an inherent need to scale automation by connecting technologies like RPA, AI, ML, OCR, and many more to improve employee productivity and deliver operational efficiencies.
“Happiest Minds has always believed in implementing the best of breed automation ecosystems for our clients to ensure business continuity during testing times like these. Partnering with Enate is a step further in this direction and will ensure hyper-automation at scale,” says Sandeep Agarwal.
Enate India Managing Director Uday Jose said with Happiest Mind’s expertise in implementing enterprise digital transformation initiatives, and Enate’s technology to scale intelligent automation, he is excited that this will help enterprises ensure end-to-end process automation.
“Enate’s orchestration platform leverages lite workflow, bpm, and hybrid workforce management capabilities purpose-built for human & digital efficiency as well as smooth integration across various new-age automation technologies,” says Enate India Managing Director Uday Jose.
Enate and Happiest Minds have also created pre-built solutions and integrations for industry use cases like Freight Audit Automation to help customers drive operational efficiencies and generate better automation ROI.
Happiest Minds Technologies Limited (NSE: HAPPSTMNDS), a Mindful IT Company, enables digital transformation for enterprises and technology providers by delivering seamless customer experiences, business efficiency and actionable insights.
The company does this by leveraging a spectrum of disruptive technologies such as: artificial intelligence, blockchain, cloud, digital process automation, internet of things, robotics/drones, security, virtual/augmented reality, etc. Positioned as ‘Born Digital .
Born Agile’, the company’s capabilities span digital solutions, infrastructure, product engineering and security. Hapiest Minds also delivers these services across industry sectors such as automotive, BFSI, consumer packaged goods, e-commerce, edutech, engineering R&D, hi-tech, manufacturing, retail and travel/transportation/hospitality.
Enate is a UK- headquartered Robotic Process Orchestration SaaS platform with an APAC office in India. Enate combines Lite BPM, Workflow, and Workforce management capabilities to bind together all human team members and/or automation technologies into one framework.
The platform is deployable within weeks and enables the delivery of services from multiple locations. Enate was named a Hot Vendor 2019 by HFS Research and includes brands like Mizuho, a global banking major in its clients, amongst other names such as Capgemini, Capita, and a Big 4.