Kryon, Temasek Polytechnic to push automation in APAC

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Kryon has entered into a partnership with Temasek Polytechnic in Singapore to offer students the opportunity to access licensed robotic process automation (RPA) courses and training programs, granting each graduate Kryon RPA certification.

By cultivating the development of the next generation of its leaders, the two partners intend to shape the future of the Asia-Pacifictechnology and innovation industries.

Powered by proprietary AI technology, Kryon’s full-cycle automation suite maximizes returns, cuts overhead costs and accelerates implementation time by up to 80%. With its Kryon Process Discovery platform, Kryon can automatically identifies business processes, evaluates them and then recommends which ones to automate, and then pushes seamlessly to its RPA solution, enabling companies to perform tasks at a higher level of proficiency while optimizing individual and group effectiveness.

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“The response we are receiving from Singapore’s business community, in regard to automation, is outstanding,” said Warren Ledingham, general manager for Asia Pacific at Kryon.

“By partnering with Temasek Polytechnic, an organization with some of the best education programs and teaching capability in the Asia-Pacific region, Kryon will be a strong contributor to Singapore becoming the most productive workforce in the world,” Ledingham said.

Ledingham added that they are also starting a joint showcase to demonstrate how a large institution like Temasek Polytechnic can adopt Kryon’s automation technology to transform their digital workforce to increase productivity and employee satisfaction.

Kryon will work directly with Temasek Polytechnic to facilitate the installation of Kryon’s RPA software within their existing computer labs.

“This partnership with Temasek Polytechnic will provide an enormous boost for students and adults keen to become Kryon RPA certified and business users’ ready to understand the benefits of automated Process Discovery,” said Richard French, chief revenue officer at Kryon.

John Leong, director of  Temasek SkillsFuture Academy, said the polytechnic is committed to bringing the benefits of RPA to the workforce, and will develop courses with Kryon to train corporates in adopting this technology which will improve productivity in their workplace.

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