Blue Prism accelerates adoption of digital workforce in public sector

Blue Prism accelerates adoption of digital workforce in public sector
New programme will enable robotic process automation deployment across government agencies

Elly Yates-Roberts |

Digital workforce provider Blue Prism has released a new programme which will enable robotic process automation (RPA) deployment across federal, state and local government agencies.

This new initiative allows Blue Prism partners such as Deloitte, EY and KPMG to help government agencies improve operational efficiency and service levels. According to McKinsey & Company, up to 30% of the hours worked globally could be automated by 2030.

Blue Prism’s digital workforce provides public sector agencies with the tools needed to be more responsive to changing regulations. Autonomous multi-skilled software robots, also known as ‘digital workers’, perform error-free rule-based administrative transactions, allowing agency personnel to focus on other tasks.

The company also leads the RPA market in supporting industry-recognised security standards, including HIPAA, PCI 3.2 and Veracode, while enabling users to leverage leading edge artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, analytics, and cloud capabilities from vendors such as Microsoft.

Blue Prism is working with several channel partners including KPMG to help drive more efficiencies from federal government customers including the United States Department of Defense (DoD).

“KPMG has been at the forefront of driving digital transformations for government agencies at the federal, state, and local levels,” said Kirke Everson, government intelligent automation lead at KPMG. “Together with Blue Prism, we are working to address the unique needs of these agencies, especially as it relates to security and governance while assisting our clients automate a number of time-consuming and repetitive tasks. Examples include automating the generation of daily aging reports, vendor management, travel, and financial management tasks for large DoD and grants management agencies.”

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