Kofax, provider of document, robotic and financial process automation software that helps to digitally transform business with capture, BPM, RPA, analytics and mobile capabilities, announced it has formed an alliance with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), a leading multinational professional services firm, to deliver intelligent automation solutions to digitally transform organizations and thereby improve customer engagement, reduce operating costs, mitigate compliance risk and increase competitiveness, growth and profitability.
PwC chose to work with Kofax as a result of its comprehensive portfolio of software products that are needed to provide intelligent automation solutions around the globe. The Kofax software leverages artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning, robotic process automation (RPA), multichannel capture, workflow and case management capabilities to deliver intelligent automation solutions on a single platform. This speeds deployments and return on investment, and represents key differentiation and competitive advantage.
According to the announcement, PwC will provide strategy-through-execution assistance and consulting services to deliver the intelligent automation solutions, resulting in greater business value and impact for its clients. “Kofax offers an incredibly powerful portfolio of software products for intelligent automation solutions,” said Reynolds C. Bish, Chief Executive Officer of Kofax. “We’re very pleased to partner with PwC and work together to meet its clients’ digital transformation objectives.”
This alliance will also enhance PwC’s ability to identify and work with Kofax to develop innovative, industry specific solutions, paving the way for continued collaboration on client opportunities. With intelligent automation from Kofax, PwC clients will have the ability to digitally transform a wide range of human and information intensive processes across front and back office operations.In fact, it is already helping PwC clients digitally transform their businesses.
“Our intelligent automation strategy encompasses RPA, AI, deep learning and analytics – technologies delivered by Kofax’s broad and proven product portfolio,” said Scott Likens, New Services and Emerging Technologies Leader at PwC. “Through this alliance, our clients are capitalizing on the unique capabilities thousands of Kofax customers have used to their competitive advantage.”
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