ABBYY to drive IPA with new global programme

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ABBYY has announced the launch of its new global partner programme ABBYYOne, which it says will enable partners to accelerate Intelligent Process Automation (IPA) throughout the enterprise.

The new ABBYYOne program has been designed to connect a diverse ecosystem of global partners with ABBYY’s Intelligent Document Processing (IDP) and Process Intelligence solutions.

ABBYY says the initiative will embrace over 1,000 existing Business Partners, Technology Alliance Partners (TAPs), and Technology Licensing Partners, with a particular emphasis on strategic alignment with those that are “most committed to driving mutual success”.

All training and certifications will also be offered free via ABBYY University, the firm’s online education hub and training centre.

“ABBYY is used by thousands of organisations worldwide, often through our partners who are specialists in particular industries, use cases or regions,” commented Neil Murphy, vice president and global channel chief at ABBYY.

“Our mission with the new ABBYYOne program is to build upon the existing success of our ecosystem by creating an aligned global partner strategy that delivers depth of focus to our committed partners.”

The move comes as the IPA market continues to go from strength to strength, with research firm IDC estimating that the market will grow an average of 20.1% over the next few years, hitting $42.4 billion by 2025.

Essentially, IPA converges AI with automation to provide the enterprise with greater control over business operations, as well as simpler ways to automate and improve processes and decision making.

To help tackle this growing need, ABBYY offers two key solutions: ABBYY Vantage, a no-code intelligent document processing platform, and ABBYY Timeline, a process and task mining solution.

“We want new and existing partners to grow their business by solving customers’ intelligent automation challenges with ABBYY Vantage and Timeline, and we are committed to providing them the support they need to succeed,” Murphy added.

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