Minsait partners with UiPath to accelerate process automation in the Philippines

Madrid, 3 (European press)

Minsait, a subsidiary of the Indra Group, has been recognized by business automation company UiPath as one of its leading software automation technology partners in the Philippines, according to a statement.

The Spanish technology company was awarded “Best Professional Reservation Service” and “Best iARR Sourcing Partner Award” from the company in the Asian country, in recognition of the implementation and development of projects using the automation platform.

UiPath recently introduced the latest generation of its platform, which includes new “low-code” capabilities and extends robotic process automation.

Minsait has led projects related to the hyper-automation of processes not only in the Philippines, but also in other countries such as Spain, Italy, the UK, Mexico, Peru, Colombia, Brazil or Argentina.

Its experts have automated more than 1,000 processes, and the robots deployed by Minsait have the ability to perform more than 4,000,000 million man-hours per year, prompting them to emerge in success stories in various sectors and provide far-reaching impacts to various fields of Organizations you have collaborated with.

Among these projects, those focused on automating incident management for asset vulnerabilities stand out in the telecom operator, which saved 6000 hours of work.

In the field of public administration, Minsait designed a solution for mass downloading of tax return forms that was able to reduce runtime from 10 minutes to seconds and reduce the error rate by 98%.

Minsait has a Center of Excellence of more than 250 operational efficiency and process automation professionals backed by a global deployment network that supports projects developed in Europe, Latin America and Asia, specifically having over fifty dedicated RPA professionals at its headquarters in the Philippines.

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