Just a few months after their first investment round from Neogen Capital, the Romanian startup Tailent starts its international expansion by making Tailent Automation Platform Studio, for robot development, and Tailent Automation Platform Control Center, for managing robots in production environments, available to clients and partners all over the world.
Tailent Automation Platform (TAP) offers unprecedented flexibility, performance and scalability in developing and using software robots. The TAP Studio solution facilitates both every day automation in a low-code or no-code manner, but also the technical ability to tackle complex automation with the powerful built-in custom code functionality. Some examples are the automation of repetitive or redundant processes, integration of systems that were not intended to communicate with each other, key business solutions that no longer receive support from technology providers or systems where the development and integration of new features is expensive.
“We rely heavily on technical innovation in order to deliver our skilled digital robots to target virtually any type of automation scenario. Coupled with our capabilities of seamlessly encapsulating bots as web services, this provides a unique and extremely enticing value proposition. We’ve got an exciting roadmap, with new functionalities to follow, focusing on machine learning and artificial intelligence, which will increase the ability of robots to respond to the ever-changing business challenges”, said Cristian Oftez, CTO Tailent.
“This launch is a milestone, paving the way from the traditional RPA provider to a new ecosystem that offers partners a new revenue stream by creating skilled reusable bots, ready to be put at work and help companies faster succeed in their Digital Transformation journey”, added Mario Popescu, CEO Tailent.
Tailent customers are Romanian companies, ranging from public institutions, hotels, and Fortune 500 companies. The team is now focusing on adding technology partners and opening new markets in Europe, North and South America and Asia.