Kainos, a leading supplier in digital services and platforms, has launched its latest practice, Intelligent Automation, to support organisations with the growing need to drive efficiency up and cost down. Intelligent Automation is based around creating rapid end-to-end business process automation and encompasses several areas including robotic process automation (RPA), process mining, chat bots and intelligent optical character recognition (OCR). A fast-growing market, Intelligent Automation has been widely recognised as a leading future technology trend.
Kainos’ range of Intelligent Automation offerings cover an end-to-end service from opportunity identification, building and implementing a solution and supporting the ongoing operations. The solutions are built around specific customer challenges including optimising operational efficiency, accelerating existing processes and reducing costs, spanning HR, IT, Finance and Supply Chain functions. A key aspect of the Kainos approach is to enable customers to become self-sufficient in order to drive future efficiencies independently.
With Kainos’ market-leading delivery and technical expertise, it is uniquely placed to offer Intelligent Automation as part of a wider service offering encompassing digital transformation, data, AI, cloud, design and Workday services. Following the delivery of several successful customer implementations, Kainos is actively recruiting to further grow its practice and establish itself as a market leader in this area.
Nathan Cairns, Head of Intelligent Automation practice, Kainos, says: “Intelligent Automation represents an exciting opportunity for Kainos. The technology can solve specific customer challenges and bring fantastic benefits such as significant scalability and workplace empowerment. I look forward to working closer with our customers across public, private sector and healthcare wherever they are in their automation journey.”
Russell Sloan, Kainos’ Head of Digital Services, added: “I’m delighted that our suite of offerings continues to grow and diversify to stay ahead of market demand. With the creation of our Intelligent Automation practice, there is significant opportunity to help customers increase their efficiency as they respond to rapid changes in their own business.”
To learn more about what Kainos is doing in this space, listen to Nathan Cairns at an upcoming webinar on Intelligent Automation and its potential, hosted by Digital Catapult Northern Ireland. Register here.