Blue Prism has partnered with ImmixGroup to deliver intelligent automation solutions to the US Army and other US Department of Defense (DoD) agencies.

Delivered through its Computer Hardware Enterprise Software and Solutions (CHESS) Programme, Blue Prism is working with ImmixGroup to simplify the procurement process and meet the Robotic Process Automation (RPA) demand.

Previously available to the US Government agencies, the software was procured through the ImmixGroup General Service Administration (GSA) Schedule.

As a CHESS-approved software provider, Blue Prism is making the RPA easy for its end-users to purchase through the company’s Digital Workforce.

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Further, CHESS also permits authorised commissioners to procure other diverse IT services and solutions.

Blue Prism Public Sector Alliances & Channels regional VP Mike Pullman said: “Blue Prism is excited to partner with ImmixGroup to support the US Army through this strategic contract initiative.

“By making Blue Prism’s Digital Workforce available on the ITES Software vehicle, this team can provide the transformative intelligent automation solutions the US Army requires.”

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The RPA provides an intelligent digital workforce or software robots, with the capability of self-learning and continuous improvement.

This gives access to artificial intelligence (AI) and cognitive capabilities using a drag-and-drop interface.

The partnership will help the US Army and the Federal workforce to maintain economical, streamlined and sustainable missions using task automation within existing security policies.

Additionally, the company is evolving the capabilities and intelligence of its Digital Workforce, that will offer multiple skills to an organisation.

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