11 February 2019

UiPath Partners with GMCS to Offer Customers Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Services

11 February 2019

UiPath Partners with GMCS to Offer Customers Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Services

UiPath, the leading enterprise Robotic Process Automation (RPA) software company, today announced it has partnered with GMCS, оne of the leading companies on the Russian IT market, to provide solutions that increase operational efficiency and improve business performance using RPA to automate repetitive, time-consuming tasks. Via the partnership, launched in 2018, GMCS will enlist its extensive experience in the digital transformation and process automation fields and utilize UiPath’s AI-powered RPA platform towards delivering fully integrated solutions to GMCS clients, both in Russia and abroad.


In order to gain market advantage in today’s highly competitive landscape, organizations are increasingly seeking solutions to help them expedite operational processes, increase agility and deliver greater value to customers. By partnering with UiPath, GMCS will enable clients to complete routine tasks – including finance, accounting, corporate planning, HR, supply chains, customer service, IT support – with optimal agility. By delegating these processes to a virtual digital workforce of software robots, company employees will be able to focus on more strategic, creative and customer-facing initiatives.


Ekaterina Korbutova, Business Development Director and RPA Program Manager, GMCS, said:

We are happy to partner with UiPath, a leading provider of RPA solutions. If the previous few years have been a kind of a preparatory period, the time is now for enterprise RPA to truly take off. Unlike humans, software robots will be working tirelessly 24/7, 365 days a year. To date, we have about 10 RPA pilot projects. We are also building a portfolio of our own RPA solutions based on our project experience and best global practices.


Razvan Atim, VP of Sales CEE & Russia, UiPath, added:

We have shown our commitment to the Russian market by being the first RPA vendor to open an office, and set up a team to cater to local partners and customers. UiPath has been investing in the localization of the platform and service for Russian-speaking users in order to make automation even more accessible. GMCS is a strong partner to go to market with and help our common customers improve their work environment by creating a digital workforce and developing a culture of innovation in one of our strategic markets.


For more information about GMCS, please visit www.gmcs.ru/en


About GMCS


GMCS is a leader in business applications implementation, software development and application management in Russia. Founded in 1997, since October 2018 the company is a member of Sovcombank Group, one of the largest privately owned banks in Russia. The company has extensive experience working with major companies in various sectors and countries. GMCS helps customers accelerate their digital transformation using technologies and solutions from leading suppliers, as well as the company's proprietary solutions (VerEx Platform). The company is headquartered in Moscow, branches - in St. Petersburg, Penza, Perm and Kazan.


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About UiPath


UiPath is leading the “Automation First” era – championing one robot for every person, delivering free and open training and collaboration and enabling robots to learn new skills through AI and machine learning.  Led by a commitment to bring digital era skills to more than a million people, the company’s enterprise Robotic Process Automation (RPA) platform has already automated millions of repetitive, mind-numbing tasks for business and government organizations all over the world, improving productivity, customer experience and employee job satisfaction.


Recently named by Comparably as the 6th happiest place to work and recognized as having the 11th best company culture among large businesses in the US, UiPath has become one of the fastest growing enterprise software companies in history. The company is backed by over $400 million in funding from Accel, CapitalG, Credo Ventures, Earlybird’s Digital East Fund, IVP, Kleiner Perkins, Madrona, Meritech, Seedcamp and Sequoia.

by Georgeta Gheorghe

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