Software and Services Honored by CIO Applications
Digitech Systems is pleased to announce that they have been selected by CIO Applications as one of the Top Ten Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Solution Providers for 2019.
Digitech Systems has been selected by CIO Applications as one of the Top Ten Robotic Process Automation (#RPA) Solution Providers for 2019. #ECM
CIO Applications is a technology magazine dedicated to helping business buyers understand which technologies can help them solve the challenges they face while offering significant Return on Investment (ROI). They focus on identifying core market trends and explaining technologies and innovations while maintaining a focus on business applicability and the achievement of business goals for their readers. The magazine reviewed hundreds of RPA providers and selected those they felt best helped companies to tackle their information challenges.
The Top Ten list honors RPA providers who are at the forefront of tackling today’s information management challenges. They look specifically for organizations and technologies that are leading innovations and providing solutions that create a significant impact for customers.
“We are honored to have our RPA products recognized by CIO Applications,” said HK Bain, CEO of Digitech Systems. “While we’ve enabled process automation using PaperVision® Enterprise WorkFlow for more than a decade, we continue to expand our commitment to helping companies automate routine tasks. For example, PaperVision Forms Magic eliminates manual effort involved in sorting documents prior to scanning and hand-keying business data from electronic files into ECM and other line-of-business applications. Over the last year, we’ve also announced additional automation tools that simplify business processes by enabling sharing of information between applications and using electronic bots to log into software and automatically perform tasks that were previously done by humans. These products help our customers to save thousands of productive hours and millions of dollars every year,” concluded Bain.