Through this partnership, TCG Process will integrate its Intelligent Document Processing (IDP) platform with RBC’s automation platform, eliminating the need to manually process documents in applications and providing even greater value to customers.
TCG Process, a provider of intelligent process automation software that includes Intelligent Document Processing (IDP), announced February 2 that it has partnered with RBC Group, an Australian technology integrator. Together, they aim to provide enhanced automation to both enterprises and SMEs.
TCG Process will integrate DocProStar, its IDP platform, with RBC’s cloud automation platform Docs2me, which connects multi-function devices in SMEs to automated business processes such as finance, mailroom and forms processing. In addition, RBC Group will use DocProStar to automate high volume, complex business applications, such as loans, claims, and onboarding for enterprise customers. The integration of TCG Process DocProStar will strengthen the capabilities of RBC’s automation platform to eliminate manual document handling in applications and provide a user-friendly experience.
Frank Volckmar, Managing Director at TCG Process Pty Ltd, the Australian subsidiary of TCG Process, said: “We are excited to work with RBC Group to deliver automation to both enterprise and small & medium enterprise organisations to increase competitiveness locally and globally. RBC brings considerable experience, skills and a loyal customer base.”
Arnold von Bueren, CEO at TCG Process, commented: “Our team is proud to enter this strategic partnership with RBC Group, which is based on shared values and a passion for creating value for customers. With a proven record of great leadership, RBC’s skilled team has a strong international reputation.”
Baar, Switzerland-headquartered TCG Process develops and integrates input management and intelligent process automation software, including DocProStar, its Intelligent Document Processing (IDP) platform.
The full press release can be found here.
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