Symphony today announced a strategic partnership with RPA software provider UiPath. The partnership serves to combine Symphony’s RPA consulting, implementation and managed services offerings with UiPath’s leading software solutions for enterprises looking to digitally transform operations.
As part of the partnership, Symphony becomes an Implementation Partner enabling delivery and ongoing support for organizations that have selected UiPath as their RPA tool of choice. Symphony also becomes a licensed reseller for UiPath software, offering a single purchase-point for organizations seeking services and software.
Symphony and UiPath have charted similar courses marked by recent financing rounds and expansions into territories including Latin America and India. The partnership formally solidifies an already robust working relationship where Symphony has helped clients leverage the power of UiPath in industries including healthcare, insurance, entertainment and aviation.
Leading Symphony’s UiPath practice and training program is Richard Denton. Denton previously served as a senior automation consultant at Genfour (acquired by Accenture), a known pioneer in the RPA space. Denton has a strong relationship with UiPath and has been recognized by its Community Forum as a top contributor to the success of its software. He brings experience working in the outsourcing, telecommunications and financial services industries, essential to establishing sound RPA practices in these key vertical markets. Denton leads a global team of UiPath developers that have undergone advanced and project-based training to implement UiPath’s solutions.
Symphony is a sponsor and exhibitor at two UiPath Forward conferences this month. The first will be held in New York City on November 16 and the second will be held in London on November 30. For more information on the conferences, visit https://www.uipath.com/uipath-forward-2017 .
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