Chinese RPA provider Laiye has unveiled a partnership it will leverage for expansion in Europe and beyond. The company said it has signed a strategic partnership with intelligent automation services provider IAC to begin providing process automation technology to the Paris-based company’s clients in the EMEA region.
Laiye named an international CEO nearly a year ago and opened a U.K. office last November to expand its footprint beyond Asian markets where it has a strong presence. The company said it already serves 20 percent of Fortune 500 companies including Porsche, Johnson & Johnson and LVMH and hopes to leverage the partnership for additional growth.
“Intelligent automation enables any size organization to fuel its digital transformation,” said Neil Parker, general manager of EMEA at Laiye. “Europe is rich in opportunity and growth, and working with IAC helps us serve this dynamic and fast-growing market and industrialize AI, cognitive, and RPA capabilities. We look forward to working together.”
Laiye and IAC’s collaboration will cover resell for France, Spain, Italy and Portugal as well as the Middle East, the companies said in a joint statement.