PwC offers intelligent automation through alliance with Kofax

Big Four firm PwC has formed an alliance with Kofax, a provider of automation and analytics for businesses, to deliver intelligent automation solutions to clients.

Kofax software uses artificial intelligence and deep learning, robotic process automation, multichannel capture, workflow and case management capabilities to create a single platform for automation, allowing users to improve customer engagement, reduce operating costs, mitigate compliance risk and increase competitiveness, growth and profitability.

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Danielle Alston of Union City, Tennessee, center, talks on her cell phone outside the PricewaterhouseCoopers offices at 300 Madison Avenue in New York, Friday, August 25, 2006. Her mom, Beverly Alston, stands at left. Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg News.

PwC’s contribution to the combined offering will be providing strategy and execution assistance and consulting services to deliver the automation solutions. The allies also aims to develop industry-specific solutions to bolster continued collaboration on client opportunities. Kofax serves the banking, government, insurance and transport and logistics verticals, automating both front- and back-office operations.

“Our intelligent automation strategy encompasses RPA, AI, deep learning and analytics – technologies delivered by Kofax’s broad and proven product portfolio,” said Scott Likens, new services and emerging technologies leader at PwC, in a statement. “Through this alliance, our clients are capitalizing on the unique capabilities thousands of Kofax customers have used to their competitive advantage.”

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