Posted: October 27, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. MDT|Update: 30 minutes ago
SAN FRANCISCO, October 27, 2021 / PRNewswire / – ElectroNeek, a leading provider of RPA for Managed Service Providers (MSP), has signed a partnership with Ricoh Australia to offer affordable robotic process automation (RPA) and optical character recognition (OCR) services to educational centers through Australia.
Through our innovative RPA ecosystem, ElectroNeek will equip Ricoh with RPA tools such as Studio Pro, Bot runner, and SaaS orchestrator, as well as with cutting edge partner success tools designed to generate revenue from Ricoh digital initiatives. Together, our two companies will work hand in hand to achieve a collaborative goal of bringing scalable and affordable digital transformation solutions such as RPA to organizations in all countries. Australia.
“ElectroNeek is proud to partner with Ricoh to expand our RPA and OCR technology alliance in Australia. The combination of our two teams – enterprise documentation software coupled with scalable automation and expert technical leadership – will enable Ricoh to deliver truly transformative digital solutions to its customers.
Entering the Australian market is a big step for ElectroNeek. We look forward to meeting the challenge of this new region by providing our partners with cutting edge RPA tools and partner success strategies designed to enable Australian businesses to succeed with next generation digital initiatives. “
Sergey Yudovskiy, co-founder and CEO, ElectroNeek Robotics Inc.
âThe partnership with Electroneek will enable Ricoh to provide our customers with a truly scalable and profitable managed RPA service at a time when organizations seek to deploy digital transformation and employee experience strategies to emerge stronger in 2022. Indeed , finding ways to derive the optimal ROI from digital initiatives like RPA has never been more important.
We look forward to working with Electroneek to deliver a winning combination of cutting edge technology and expert technical knowledge, skills and experience to Australian businesses. “
Neal ross, CTO, Ricoh Australia Pty Ltd.
ElectroNeek’s innovative partner ecosystem for MSPs
ElectroNeek’s core business model is to support the growth of the RPA activities of our partners. Through our Global Partner Success Program, ElectroNeek helps MSPs generate high profits through a robust product line, joint business initiatives and free bot licenses that enable our partners to provide their end customers with solutions Affordable and scalable RPAs.
This focus on the success of MSP partners sets a new standard for RPA providers in the industry and symbolizes ElectroNeek’s commitment to providing MSPs of all sizes with easy-to-develop and deploy RPA tools and business strategies.
ElectroNeek is the leading provider of RPA for Managed Service Providers (MSPs) with offices in North America, India, Europe, and Latin America. Over 500 customers and partners trust ElectroNeek around the world to provide hyper-automation solutions and support.
ElectroNeek is the preferred RPA provider for many recognized regional MSPs around the world, such as BDO, HLB and Compasso, and corporate customers such as Electrolux, Epiroc, Sage and 7-Eleven.
Ricoh strengthens digital workplaces by using innovative technologies and services that enable people to work smarter from anywhere. With knowledge cultivated and organizational capabilities nurtured over its 85-year history, Ricoh is a leading provider of digital services and information management, as well as printing and imaging solutions designed to support the digital transformation and optimize business performance. Based at Tokyo, Ricoh Group has significant operations around the world and its products and services now reach customers in approximately 200 countries and regions. During the year ended March 2021, Ricoh Group achieved worldwide sales of 1,682 billion yen (about. $ 15.1 billion).
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