Blue Prism launches India's First RPA community targeting Global Capability Centers

Blue Prism launches RPA community targeting Global Capability Centers

Robotic Process Automation software enterprise Blue prism launched the first RPA community targeting the Global Capability Centers (GCC) in India.

Founded in 2001, Blue Prism offers a robotic process automation software tool which holds the capability of virtual workforce supported by the software robots. This helps the organizations to automate the business operations in an agile and cost-effective manner. The tool is based on the Java Programming language and offers a drag and drop functionalities.

The announcement comes days after the Blue prism competitor and Indian heritage RPA firm Automation Anywhere announced an investment of $100 million in India.

Executive Opinion

Blue Prism India Managing Director, Peter Gartenberg said, "GCCs were the first adopters of strategic, enterprise-scale RPA in India, as offered by Blue Prism. We believe India’s GCCs will continue to be strong adopters of our connected-RPA platform and make it a cornerstone for their global digital transformation initiatives. Blue Prism has been building a significant presence in India in order to better serve the GCC community. In order to offer local support, we’ve established our global field operations, which includes customer support, professional services, customer success, academic and sales alliances as well as marketing here in India. The community will not only host separate industry-specific user groups but also facilitate discussions and meet-ups for RPA practitioners, professionals,and innovators."

India's First Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Community

The Blue Prism will increase investments in India as RPA adoption has soared in the country, home to the world largest concentration of GCC’s.

The online RPA community is meant for the stakeholders at the GCC’s and aims to offer a forum for the members to share information and learn some of the best practices for scaling and deploying the Blue Prism technologies, the announcement notes.

Some other competitors in the robotic process automation (RPA) include the Pega and UiPath.

Blue Prism has established a global field operation which includes customer success, customer support, professional services, sales alliances, and academic as well as the marketing in India.

In June, Blue Prism has agreed to acquire Thoughtonomy, which will extend its RPA capabilities on the Microsoft Azure while helping out with the customers in the key regions, which includes India.

Some of the other biggest players in the Robotics Process Automation include the Automation Anywhere, which sees India as its second-largest market as GCC’s are increasingly buying its software for automation their business process and operations.

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