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Roboyo is the world’s largest Intelligent Automation professional services company, with locations in 18 cities, across 12 countries, and 3 continents. It has been recognized as an IDC Innovator for Intelligent Automation and as a Major Contender in Intelligent Process Automation by Everest Group.

Roboyo helps clients to operationalize a full spectrum of AI-powered automation technologies, creating hybrid Human+digital workforces that elevate enterprise performance gains from increments to multiples. This holistic approach to process automation helps businesses re-engineer enterprise operations, performing processes at many times the speed, a fraction of the cost and with zero errors, significantly improving both employee and customer experience.

This has earned Roboyo a reputation for successfully empowering public offices to adapt to a rapidly changing operating environment and deliver next level citizen service and government modernization.

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