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7 June 2018

UiPath and Booz Allen Hamilton Partner to Drive Process Efficiencies in the Public Sector

7 June 2018

UiPath and Booz Allen Hamilton Partner to Drive Process Efficiencies in the Public Sector

UiPath, the leading enterprise Robotic Process Automation (RPA) software company, and Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) today announced they have partnered to help federal agencies drive process efficiencies with RPA. Combining UiPath’s market-leading RPA platform with Booz Allen Hamilton’s renowned management and IT consulting capabilities, the partnership offers government agencies the most advanced solutions for enhancing core processes, delivering improved service and enabling federal employees to focus on more value-add work.


Brett Fraser, Director of Automation, Booz Allen Hamilton, said:

This technology has the potential to drastically improve the ways we work, from enhancing employee operations to improving user experiences. We are proud to partner with one of the RPA market leaders to usher in a new work paradigm and ultimately deliver the experiences our citizens deserve.


UiPath’s partnership with Booz Allen Hamilton addresses mounting federal interest to develop and leverage AI-related technologies. Earlier this month, the White House announced the Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence to forge better collaboration between industry, government and academia to ensure continued AI leadership.


Jonathan Padgett, Vice President U.S. Public Sector, UiPath, said:

The U.S. public sector has been incredibly enthusiastic about RPA. We are of course very bullish on how RPA and other AI technologies can enable better ways of working, and are excited to have Booz Allen Hamilton and so many forward-thinking federal agencies share in our vision. We’re living in a very transformative time, and we’re thrilled to be at the helm of such positive changes.

by Anna Ghica

TOPICS: partnership

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