Hyper Automation Specialist vElement Enters European Market With Dedicated Team
RPA market in a phase of disruption:
While growing, the RPA market is in a phase of disruption. As new offerings, vendors, and business models are emerging rapidly, RPA alone is no longer enough. To increase business agility, companies need to maximize the breadth of RPA use cases and stay ahead of market trends. Gartner projects that this renaissance in RPA is part of the bigger trend of hyper automation. Hyper automation refers to an approach in which organizations rapidly identify and automate as many business processes as possible. It involves the use of a combination of technology tools including Artificial Intelligence (AI) , Machine Learning, Blockchain and RPA tools to deliver work.
vElement enters European market with European team:
vElement is an end-to-end Hyper Automation solutions provider specialized in areas such as Data Science, Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and Artificial Intelligence (AI). With the immense potential of AI and RPA, vElement is able to transform processes, systems and industries. Partnering with UiPath, Automation Anywhere and Blue Prism vElement brings years of proven experience and technology to the European market. vElement enters the European market with a dedicated local team.
vElement is spearheaded by CEO Manoj Karde, an industry leader in customised client engagement solutions and management of CoEs. Manoj Karde says: ‘our team of skilled professionals focuses on delivery of path breaking and new-age technologies. By deploying time-tested and cutting-edge RPA solutions we revolutionize industries. We partner with a European team to tailor our vast knowledge and global use cases to the European needs.’
vElements’ European headquarters:
The European team of vElement is led by Thijs van Hofwegen and Wieger Toering. Combining IT, business and innovation consultancy, they kick-start local RPA conversations and requests. Working from the Dutch headquarters, they bridge time issues and flatten cultural differences in Europe. This local strategy is highly appreciated by European clients. Thijs van Hofwegen says: ‘Technology works global, but IT success is made local, for the devil is in the details’.