Leidos, a FORTUNE 500 science and technology leader, announced the addition of Automation Anywhere and Tanium into the Emerging Technology category of the Leidos Alliance Partner Network. This category includes start-ups or companies that have a capability that either improves upon an existing technology or is entirely new.
As a leading services integrator, Leidos focuses on connecting the right companies to help cultivate the right technological solutions for customers. Some of the key attributes the company considers when adding new suppliers include: innovative products; joint independent research and development opportunities; technical roadmap awareness; and extensive training opportunities.
Automation Anywhere, a global leader of robotic process automation software (RPA), was recently named a leader in both Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for RPA software and NelsonHall’s NEAT evaluation of intelligent automation platforms. The company enables organizations to operate efficiently by automating various parts of the enterprise with the company’s Intelligent Digital Workforce. The partnership will enable Leidos to provide differentiated solutions in critical areas by using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning.
“We are enthusiastic about partnering with Leidos to help the Federal Government and other related organizations implement RPA for improved productivity,” said Rushabh Parmani, co-founder and executive vice president of Customer Success and Operations at Automation Anywhere. “The adoption of Automation Anywhere’s RPA technology is enhanced by collaborating with Leidos as the company continues to bring exceptional innovations to the government. By leveraging intelligent RPA, users are alleviated from repetitive tasks and are able to focus on value-added, strategic projects to help increase efficiency and customer satisfaction.”
Tanium gives the world’s largest government and enterprise organizations the unique power to secure, control and manage millions of endpoints across the enterprise. With the Tanium platform, IT security and operations teams have accurate endpoint data to more effectively protect against and recover from modern-day disruptions and cyber threats.
“Whether you’re a military organization, a government agency, or a highly-regulated industry, you need full visibility and control of your endpoints – including laptops, servers, virtual machines, containers, or cloud infrastructure,” said Ralph Kahn, federal vice president at Tanium. “Tanium offers a single platform that unites IT security and operations teams so they can stay ahead of threats and technology-based disruption, and we are delighted to work with Leidos to provide these solutions to our mutual customers.”