Alkymi Partners With Top Consulting Firms To Accelerate Digital Transformation For Investment Management, Commercial Real Estate And Insurance Customers
GCS Group, InfoGrate Inc. and Zen & Art sign on as first strategic partners to deliver segment-specific workflow automation solutions powered by Alkymi Patterns
Alkymi, the leader in data workflow automation, announced strategic partnerships with GCS Group, InfoGrate and Zen & Art to co-develop solutions for industry segments in financial services, real estate and insurance markets. These partners will lend their process expertise within each important business segment to build and offer ready-to-use Alkymi Patterns – delivered via Alkymi’s platform – to help their customers optimize their data-heavy processes.
“Our partners have a long history serving as trusted problem-solvers and corporate advisors within their industries,” said Harald Collet, CEO and co-founder of Alkymi. “We’re excited to provide our partners with a business-user-friendly, no-code platform to help them deliver tailored solutions that address their clients’ specific business challenges.”
GCS Group, InfoGrate and Zen & Art will each collaborate with Alkymi to develop Alkymi Patterns to automate the identification and extraction of incoming data from emails and documents, surfacing filtered-down, process-relevant information via Alkymi Data Inbox to accelerate review, approval and faster decision-making. Each turn-key solution will be directly provided by the partners, significantly accelerating the implementation and time-to-value for customers looking to automate their processes.
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“We were struck by the simplicity and comprehensiveness of Alkymi and its pattern recognition technology,” said Doug Del Porto, partner, GCS Group. “There are multiple use cases across insurance – from underwriting (intake of multiple inconsistent brokerage forms for quotations such as employee lists or commercial auto inventory) to claims (consumption of dissimilar loss run data, often across multiple prior carriers) – that will benefit from workflow automation. We see Alkymi’s technology as a quick-to-implement and high-ROI solution for the digital insurer.”
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“Our customers look to us to deliver end-to-end solutions to address their complex data problems,” said Sandesh Shetty, CEO, Zen & Art. “Within commercial real estate, many data workflows are ripe for digital transformation, and Alkymi Patterns gives us the tools to develop a unique offering that will make a significant difference in our customers’ decision-making, risk management, and service delivery.”
“Unstructured data has been a significant burden for our ultra-high net worth clients,” said Tania Neild, founder and CTO, InfoGrate. “By designing our own Patterns, we’re able to combine our expertise with cutting-edge technology to make our customers more efficient.”
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