UiPath announces winners of 2020 Automation Excellence Awards | Daily News

UiPath announces winners of 2020 Automation Excellence Awards

UiPath, a leading enterprise Robotic Process Automation (RPA) software company, last week, on the closing day of the Reboot Work Festival, announced the winners of its second edition of the UiPath Automation Excellence Awards. The awards aim to recognize and celebrate UiPath customers in India and South Asia, for the business impact created by driving innovation using automation in their respective fields. Expolanka Holdings, PWC, Oracle Consulting, Bennett and Coleman, were among the 37 winners across the 14 award categories.

The increase in adoption of automation in Sri Lanka is reflective of UiPath’s commitment to driving end-to-end automation. The awards are organized to inspire companies to think beyond the norm and explore ways in which RPA can be used to create impactful innovations, and specifically this year to display resilience in business. The selection was based on project or process level impact, business-level impact, and strategic level impact derived from their use of automation toward business functions.

“The pandemic led businesses to accelerate their digital transformation across functional processes this year, and I am elated to see how leaders rose to the challenge and used automation to present innovative solutions,” said Manish Bharti, President, UiPath India and South Asia.

Speaking on the occasion, Rajesh Kumar, Vice President - Marketing, India and South Asia, UiPath said, “These awards showcase the most impactful ideas in leveraging automation. The work presented is a testament of the fast-paced automation adoption our region is witnessing.”

The entries received were shortlisted by independent consultants based on the forms and supporting documents submitted.

The winners were selected by a jury panel, comprising of eminent senior industry executives such as Mohit Bhatnagar, Managing Director - Sequoia Capital India LLP, Ashok Pai, Vice President & Global Head, Cognitive Business Operations - TCS, Pari Natarajan, CEO - Zinnov, Pranjal Sharma, Author of ‘India Automated: How the fourth industrial revolution is transforming India’, Sanjiv Rangrass, Group Head for R&D, Sustainability and Projects - ITC and AnubhutiSanghai, Head of Operations and Customer Service - ICICI Bank.

Reminiscing the judging process, Sanjiv Rangrass, Group Head for R&D, Sustainability and Projects, ITC said, “ The judging process for the UiPath Automation Excellence Awards over two days was perhaps the most comprehensive and energizing. Every idea broke existing barriers for me and proved once again that ‘we are only limited by our imagination.’