Industry’s First Phase III Designation for RPA as a Service, demonstrates the Department of Defense’s Strategic Adoption of Automation to Support the Mission
ATLANTA, GEORGIA, UNITED STATES, September 26, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — INVOKE Public Sector, a number one RPA and Intelligent Automation providers and answer supplier, in the present day introduced the US Air Force has awarded INVOKE with the coveted Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase III procurement contract for Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Development as a Service. This contract builds on the intensive work INVOKE has carried out in partnership with the Rapid Sustainment Office (RSO) and the Business and Enterprise Systems (PEO-BES) group for the previous 3 years. As the solely RPA options vendor incomes the Phase III designation, INVOKE has been established as the Air Force’s supplier for RPA options, setting the customary for the Department of Defense.
Matthew M. Roberts, Program Manager, DAF RPA Center of Excellence, added “The DAF RPA Center of Excellence has awarded a SBIR Phase III to INVOKE Public Sector to continue developing robotic process automations for all facets of Air Force operations. INVOKE’s outstanding work with the Rapid Sustainment Office under a SBIR Phase II, to develop automations for our supply chain operations made the decision to continue working with them a no-brainer. Their ability to rapidly develop and deploy automations is critical in the ROI realization that automation can provide, and we look forward to continuing this partnership moving forward.”
This Phase III contract helps the US Air Force’s focus to liberating Airmen to deal with the mission by leveraging automation to cut back administration and drive operational efficiencies. The RPA program has been a high-growth success at the Air Force partially as a result of the robust collaboration between INVOKE and UiPath, the main supplier of Robotic Process Automation software program. Over the previous three years, INVOKE has labored carefully with UiPath to launch and scale the Digital Wingman program for the Air Force, aimed to develop the RPA program and create an automation-mindset for Airmen by efficiently coaching hundreds of citizen builders, supported by INVOKE’s skilled improvement crew. Along with the supply of many enterprise-grade automation initiatives by INVOKE, the Air Force’s RPA program is delivering impactful advantages with a basis established to scale even additional.
“It’s amazing to see how the Airmen have been able to adopt RPA and accelerate the pace in such a short time,” mentioned Neel Joshi, Partner and Head of INVOKE Public Sector. “We are extremely humbled by the continued trust the Air Force has placed in INVOKE to help with this journey. INVOKE is proud to be yet another example of how the SBIR program helps accelerate the pace of innovation by bringing experience and learnings from leading commercial solution providers to the Federal Government. We are excited to be part of the mission and what is rapidly becoming the largest RPA program in the world.”
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INVOKE Public Sector is an Intelligent Automation providers and answer supplier centered bringing industrial learnings and main practices to the Public Sector. INVOKE supplies options associated to Robotic Process Automation as a Service, centered on supporting its prospects by way of all phases of the automation lifecycle. Through modern options and providers, INVOKE is on a mission to simplify the buyer journey of digital transformation by way of the lens of Intelligent Automation.
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