20 September 2019

UiPath Appoints Tugrul Cora as Country Director to Accelerate RPA Adoption in Turkey

20 September 2019

UiPath Appoints Tugrul Cora as Country Director to Accelerate RPA Adoption in Turkey

UiPath, the leading enterprise Robotic Process Automation (RPA) software company, announces today the appointment of Tugrul Cora as Country Director for Turkey. After spending the last year managing UiPath partnerships in Eastern Europe, CIS region, Middle East and Africa, Cora is now taking over from Tansu Yegen, who moved to a Regional Vice President role in spring this year.  


Since the launch of the Turkish operation in October 2018, UiPath is now working with over 75 local customers and signing more every month. Reputed local companies including Aksigorta, Albaraka Turk, Allianz, Arvato, BSH, Coca Cola Bottling, Denizbank, Is Bankasi, Mapfre, Otokoc, TAV, TFKB, Tupras, Vodafone, Yapi Kredi Bankasi, Yildiz Holding, and ZER are accelerating their businesses with RPA on the UiPath platform. 


Bringing to the team more than 25 years of sales and corporate strategy experience, Cora will lead and support the local people to continue the exponential growth of the UiPath platform adoption on the Turkish market.  


Tansu Yegen, Regional Vice President UiPath, comments:

In a short time span, our ambitious team has helped many prestigious brands expand their digital workforce, complementing their employees with software robots. I welcome Tugrul in his new role as Country Director, and I am confident in his abilities to promote our Automation First mindset to the local market. We remain customer-centric, dedicated to supporting our customers scale their automation journeys and derive excellent results while doing this.  


Tugrul Cora, Country Director UiPath Turkey, adds:

I am proud to lead an agile and committed team that is instrumental in reshaping the workplace of the future. Automation is not only producing fast results in terms of business efficiencies, reducing operational costs, and eradicating errors while boosting compliance, but also increases employees’ morale. 


In July this year, UiPath Academic Alliance - a global collaboration programme – has signed partnerships with several prestigious universities that will educate 200,000 students in RPA and Artificial Intelligence (AI), preparing them for future jobs. 

by Anna Ghica

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