Roboyo is the world's largest Intelligent Automation professional services company, with locations in 24 cities, across 15 countries and four continents. Bringing together strategists, technologists, business analysts, and Six Sigma Lean practitioners, they create harmonious Human workforces, helping clients operationalize a full spectrum of intelligent automation technologies, including Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Intelligent Document Processing (IDP), Conversational AI/NLP, Low-code/BPM, and Process Mining & Task Mining.
Roboyo partners with Appian to deliver low-code automation solutions that empower organizations to revolutionize their operations with intelligent automation. Together, we are committed to providing cutting-edge automation solutions that drive tangible and sustainable business outcomes for our clients to deliver scalable enterprise value through hyperautomation, elevating performance gains from increments to multiples.
Through the acquisition of Procensol (now a Roboyo Group company), Roboyo offers over a wealth of experience, expertise, and know-how after over a decade delivering Appian services. Our wide range of services, delivered by masters of their craft, means that your project – from start-up to digital transformation through tune-up – is more assured of success, since it is in the hands of people who have in-depth knowledge based on hands-on practice.
With a reputation second to none, you can rely on our award-winning expertise. Whether you need to fill skill gaps, train your own staff or deliver a complete solution, we have the Appian services tailored for your organization.
Complete project lifecycle services including program management, requirements analysis, solution definition, configuration, integration, data migration, training and testing
Guidance in agile delivery, including preparing the organization for the speed of change
Specialists in understanding and translating business requirements into Appian solutions
Wide variety of training and testing services, including train-the-trainer and test automation