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Blue Prism Expands Public Sector Offering by Making RPA Available on GSA IT Schedule 70

U.K.-based robotic process automation (RPA) provider Blue Prism (AIM: PRSM) has made its software available to federal agencies on GSA IT Schedule 70.

The RPA offerings, which aim to streamline government agencies’ ability to implement “digital worker” bots into their operations, are being made available through EC America, a Virginia-based subsidiary of ImmixGroup, Inc. and a Blue Prism distribution partner.

“The United States’ federal government has placed a strong focus on modernizing and improving service delivery as outlined in the recent president’s management agenda,” said the company in a statement.

“This has resulted in additional pressure on existing government agencies that are becoming increasingly cash-strapped, understaffed, and often lack modern capabilities,” he added. “These factors, in addition to workforce reductions and changing regulatory expectations, make management of expanding workloads a challenge.”

Blue Prism said that this is another step forward in its push to expand its public sector offerings for governmental agencies in the United States and elsewhere.

“We are experiencing strong demand for Blue Prism’s RPA software in the government market, and this vehicle makes it much easier for our agency customers to acquire the software on very favorable terms,” said Jim Fawcett, vice president of Blue Prism’s government solutions division.

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