25 April 2019

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

25 April 2019

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

UiPath, the leading enterprise Robotic Process Automation (RPA) software company, today announced that it has partnered with DVT, a software development services company with offices in South Africa and the UK, to provide RPA services and help complement DVT’s services in AI, data and analytics.


To gain market advantage in today’s highly competitive landscape, organisations are increasingly seeking solutions to help them expedite operational processes, enhance agility and deliver greater value to customers. Digital transformation requires companies to change their business operations, work culture, business processes, and technology. DVT is therefore at the inflection point to extract true value to its customers through RPA.


By partnering with UiPath, DVT will enable clients to complete routine tasks – including processes such as supplier invoice entry, customer queries, and support calls – 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.


Karl Fischer, DVT’s Executive Head for AI, Data and Analytics, said:

RPA is an incredibly promising technology capability getting a great deal of attention at the moment. We are now pleased to be able to offer RPA services including consulting, implementation and maintenance to the South African market.The reality of RPA is that it has a specific sweet spot for real ROI and a dependence on highly capable consultants that can bring innovation and insight to business process. We are confident in the strength of both our selected platform, UiPath, as well as our highly experienced consulting team members that we have the right combination of technology and people to deliver success in RPA to our clients.


Anand Nagwani, VP of Partnerships EMEA at UiPath, said:

By opening an office in South Africa we made a commitment to be closer to our partners as well as current and future clients. We were happy to recognize a strong partner in DVT and are looking forward to joining forces and provide the local market with the best RPA platform currently on the market.

For more information about DVT, please visit www.dvt.co.za.


About DVT

DVT provides business solutions in software development and related services throughout South Africa. Its services include custom software development for mobile, Web and traditional platforms, UX/UI design, cloud application services, BI and data analytics solutions, robotic process automation (RPA), project management, business analysis, DevOps and Agile consulting.


The DVT Academy, the company’s training division, provides agile related training courses, international agile certifications, a UX fundamentals course and soft-skills workshops and coaching.


Now in its 20th year of operation, DVT has grown to over 500 staff with regional offices in Johannesburg, Centurion, Cape Town and Durban. DVT is a company within the software and technology group Dynamic Technologies where skills development and training form an integral part of the group.


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.


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by Georgeta Gheorghe

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