Leidos Names Two Firms to Supply Base Partner Network

Leidos Names Two Firms to Supply Base Partner Network

Leidos has included Automation Anywhere and Tanium in a program that seeks to expand the Reston, Va.-based defense contractor's supplier base network.

Leidos said Monday it has added the companies to the Leidos Alliance Partner Network as Emerging Technology Partners.

Partner companies are selected based on their technical roadmap awareness, product quality and opportunities on training and joint independent research efforts.

Rushabh Parmani, co-founder and executive vice president of customer success and operations at Automation Anywhere, said the inclusion in the partner network will enable the firm to optimize robotic process automation offerings.

"By leveraging intelligent RPA, users are alleviated from repetitive tasks and are able to focus on value-added, strategic projects to help increase efficiency and customer satisfaction,“ added Parmani.

Tanium has developed a unified endpoint management and security tool that works to help organizations mitigate potential cyber threats and disruptions.

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