With the acquisition of Doculayer, ProcessMaker integrates Intelligent Document Processing into its business process management platform to enable its customers worldwide to automate complex processes.
Low-code BPM and workflow automation company ProcessMaker announced September 27 that it has acquired Doculayer, an Intelligent Document Processing provider, expanding its comprehensive approach to process orchestration and automation.
Through this acquisition, ProcessMaker is taking an even more holistic approach to process automation by integrating Doculayer’s Intelligent Document Processing solution into its BPM platform, which ensures that unstructured data can be leveraged without manual extraction. In this way, ProcessMaker aims to ensure that enterprises focused on digital transformation and operational excellence can improve their processes and accelerate automation decisions.
Richard Smit, founder and CTO of Doculayer, explained: “What ProcessMaker is doing with the acquisition of Doculayer is completing the picture by adding intelligence from documents alongside their proven modeling, orchestration, and automation. This provides a complete process improvement vision to tackle the toughest process challenges faced in the enterprise.”
Brian Reale, CEO of ProcessMaker, further explained: “A large portion of our customers are still plagued by inefficiencies around documents, images, and emails that prevent them from gaining efficiencies from automation. Doculayer has processed more than 500 million documents for some of the world’s leading brands across dozens of highly complex process use cases. We are thrilled to welcome the highly skilled Doculayer team and the opportunity to bring further innovation to the world of process automation.”
The full press release can be found here.
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