Enate, a U.K.-based provider of automation orchestration technology, netted a £2 million ($2.23 million) funding round and publicly introduced its new CEO.
Enate’s no-code intelligent automation orchestration platform enables users to leverage RPA, AI, NLP and/or machine learning from any vendor and integrate human and digital workers for end-to-end automation with visibility across the entire enterprise. The company said it will use the funds from the Series B round, led by British investment firm Mercia, to expand its geographic footprint and the number of verticals it serves.
“I am delighted that Mercia is delivering on their promise of being a long-term value-add partner to us,” said James Hall, new CEO of Enate. “Mercia sees the successes clients such as TMF, CapGemini and LBG are having using our technology. Enate is becoming ‘the’ platform for clients embarking on digital transformation and intelligent automation at scale and in their operations.”
Hall, the recently minted chief executive, comes to Enate after founding and leading RPA service provider Genfour.