Perspecta Named UiPath Partner of the Year; Mike Kirkland Quoted

Mike Kirkland
Mike Kirkland

UiPath has recognized Perspecta for the latter's utilization of robotic process automation technology to manage digital delivery efforts in the government market.

Perspecta said Thursday it received the Impact Partner of the Year in the public sector category during Partner FORWARD 2019 event that took place in Las Vegas.

Mike Kirkland, senior vice president of offerings and solution development at Perspecta, said the company uses  UiPath's platform in efforts to help federal, state and local government customers deliver services and increase employee satisfaction.

"Through the adoption of RPA, government can improve the productivity, efficiency and job satisfaction of its employees, which is critical as it tries to both position itself as an innovative employer and prepare for a shrinking workforce," said Chris Townsend, vice president of federal sales at UiPath.

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