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UK-headquartered robotic process automation software company Blue Prism has partnered with India's second largest outsourcing company, Wipro, to launch the new Wipro Automation Lab in Melbourne.

Under the deal, as a strategic partner Blue Prism will be able to use the Automation Lab to demonstrate the capabilities of its Digital Workforce to key customers and prospects and will provide direct access to both Wipro and Blue Prism executives, product managers and leaders to drive “new levels of collaboration and customer-led innovation”.

Blue Prism says Wipro’s lab is designed to facilitate discussion and demonstration around intelligent automation, as well as providing a technology proof of concept workshop for customers, bringing together transformative enablers like a Digital workforce, connected-RPA, Cognitive Automation, Workflow and Analytics - as well as providing opportunities for graduates and skilled talent in Australia to get certified in the latest automation technologies.

“The market momentum for RPA in Australia and New Zealand continues to skyrocket,” says Rob Mills, Vice President of ANZ for Blue Prism.

“The Automation Lab is going to be a great vehicle to facilitate collaboration and the sharing of best practices. We are committed to working with Wipro to drive global innovative change for our customers. Together we are delivering a digital workforce that scales.”

Manoj Nagpaul, Senior Vice President and Business Head, Asia Pacific and Japan, Wipro Limited said, “The combination of RPA, cognitive automation, and analytics is a game changer for data-processing and for gaining real-time insights for our customers.

“We are happy to be partnering with Blue Prism to demonstrate the potential their scalable enterprise-grade connected-RPA can bring to our clients via Blue Prism’s unique strategic approach and delivery model.”

The Wipro Automation Lab is now open and located in the Wipro premises in South Melbourne.

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