The move extends the firm’s reach into the intelligent cloud sector and allows Blue Prism robots greater access to Microsoft Azure apps, with more than 175 accelerators for Microsoft products available within Blue Prism’s digital exchange.
Linda Dotts, Blue Prism chief partner strategy officer, said: “This combination of Blue Prism and Azure Cognitive Services gives our customers a greater choice with AI-enabled, self-service experience that is provisioned via Microsoft Azure. Advanced intelligent automation in the cloud provides multiple advantages for our customers, most notably the ability to instantly scale to meet enterprise demands.”
Jason Kingdon, Blue Prism CEO and executive chairman, added: “Customers can embrace the transformative potential of intelligent automation and drive impactful change within their organizations, and this is now fully supported by Microsoft. We are offering customers more flexible cloud deployment options delivering on Blue Prism’s vision of giving customers end-to-end automation solutions that cover the broadest range of IT environments, including on-premises, hybrid, public cloud, and SaaS.”