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Released: 27th November 2013
Paris/London/Frankfurt, November 27, 2013- Automic, the world’s most comprehensive platform in automating businesses, today announces that it has opened a new office in Paris, expanding its global presence and footprint across the European region.
For more than 30 years, Automic has been the preeminent global leader in business automation, best practices and opportunities to advance businesses through automating the everyday. The opening of a new office in Paris, led by Stefan Zeitzen, Senior Vice President of Sales and Services for Continental Europe, will better serve the existing French client base and will grow activities and impact across EMEA.
“Our mission is to free up business leaders to deliver the services and products of the future by automating the day to day tasks and eliminating errors, ensuring compliance, reducing costs and maintaining services at all times. It enables companies to focus on innovation and customer service. Automic’s solutions have been implemented by more than 2,000 enterprises globally, including leading retail, telecoms and financial services firms,” says Stefan Zeitzen. “By opening an office in Paris, we are bringing our global expertise and offering to the region in a more focused way to help more companies grow.”
In a dynamic, information-driven economy, business leaders must aim to deliver innovation to the market while simultaneously driving down operational risks and costs. However, with business processes, applications and infrastructures often brought together from varying sources, end-to-end automation helps to orchestrate this fragmented ecosystem and deliver consistency. At the same time, application development plans are becoming increasingly fluid, and automation aims to bring compliance and sense to allow for continual delivery to market.
Automic has offices across Asia (in Australia, Singapore, Vietnam, and Hong Kong), in Europe (Paris, Vienna, Frankfurt, Zurich and London), in South America (São Paulo), and in North America (Seattle, Chicago and Denver).
Published by: electronicdawn Ltd.