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KPMG Thailand Partners UiPath to Provide Customers Robotic Process Automation

KPMG Thailand Partners UiPath to Provide Customers Robotic Process Automation
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Professional service company and one of the Big Four auditors, KPMG, recently announced that KPMG Thailand has entered into a new partnership with the leading enterprise Robotic Process Automation (RPA) software company, UiPath. The goal of this new partnership is to provide RPA solutions to companies in Thailand with the aim of helping them to improve service quality and productivity.

As a result of the two companies working in conjunction with each other, KPMG in Thailand will enable the business to complete routine tasks with optimal agility. The RPA solutions will be applied to targeting front and back-end processes, and repetitive, rule-based tasks in a whole host of areas from finance and accounting to branch operations and HR.

Company employees can now focus on more strategic, creative, productive and customer-facing initiatives while the virtual workforce of software robots are delegated other processes.

KPMG Thailand CEO, Winid Silamongkol explained, “We see many benefits of RPA for both our clients and the Thai economy as a whole, Thailand is developing quickly and local companies are starting to expand and compete internationally. RPA helps make companies of all sizes more competitive, improving service speed and overall efficiency. UiPath is a reputable RPA vendor with a proven track record of delivering for customers in Asia, and KPMG in Thailand looks forward to leveraging their knowledge and experience to provide better service – and results – for the companies we work with.”

UiPath ASEAN Head, Malina Platon added, “I am pleased to enter into a partnership with KPMG in Thailand and provide our RPA solutions for their existing and future clients. KPMG in Thailand is constantly at the forefront of technology and innovation and understands the role that RPA plays in their customers’ success. The current projects we are working on with them have been a success, and I look forward to many more RPA implementations in the future.”

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