Over the past year, Blue Prism® (www.BluePrism.com), a global leader in intelligent automation, has donated resources to those who need them most during the pandemic as part of its COVID-19 response program (https://bit.ly/31MgimF). COVID-19 hit industries quickly and with force and it was imperative that solutions be deployed quickly to tackle the challenges head-on.
Blue Prism’s AI-powered robots have been at the forefront of this effort. By relieving humans of time and resource-intensive processes, Blue Prism (https://bit.ly/3ftOTO8) technology has enabled workers to focus on what really matters: high-value, life-centric care. customer. By supporting organizations in 14 sectors to date, the program has been instrumental in keeping health workers safe through PPP supplies, helping small businesses stay afloat and people keep their jobs by speeding up requests. loan, which facilitated the recording and reporting of essential statistics and facilitated the remarkable effort to obtain vaccines in arms.
“From supporting frontline health workers to maintaining business continuity in times of uncertainty, we are honored to have been able to give something back. Providing assistance through technology was an obvious way for us to help during this crisis as we went online to deal with the challenges we all faced. says Jon Theuerkauf, Director of Client Strategy and Transformation, Blue Prism.
The intervention program has donated over 500 licenses, worth over £ 4million of software, to help organizations under pressure become more efficient and able to handle the operational challenges they face. On average, out of more than 60 projects, 8,000 hours were saved by these organizations (or more than three years of human hours worked) per project, representing millions of pounds in financial return.
By donating software licenses and services to digital workers, organizations that lacked access or the means to implement or scale intelligent automation were able to use the best technologies or extend their existing services for free to mitigate the impact of the pandemic.
“Blue Prism’s free services have enabled us to support even more teams during the pandemic. We used Blue Prism’s additional intelligent automation capability to further ease our administrative burden so our Suffolk Short Breaks team had more time in the field, helping families who needed support. The intervention program helped us to help others, when they needed it most. says Richard Small, head of intelligent automation, Suffolk County Council.
Blue Prism always helps organizations by donating licenses and services to digital workers. Learn more (https://bit.ly/3dnNgif) on how to apply for the COVID-19 response program.
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