Kryon Systems Announces Innovative Cloud-Based Robotic Process Automation Platform as a Service
New PaaS Offering by Virtual Workforce Leader Requires No Backend Integration with Supported Applications or IT Infrastructure Reconfiguration.
NEW YORK, February 22th, 2018 — Today, Kryon Systems, the leading provider of intelligent Robotic Process Automation (RPA) solutions, has announced an RPA Platform as a Service (PaaS) available on the cloud. This new level of accessibility enables Kryon’s customers to plug into intelligent Robotic Process Automation activities through an enterprise-ready platform. Kryon’s cloud-based offering allows enterprises to access and expand workplace automation processes via web-based internet browsers and applications. Businesses will now be able to implement Kryon’s technology immediately through the cloud without technical infrastructure configuration traditional to the RPA space, saving time and costs in implementation.
Kryon’s RPA cloud solution will help the enterprise to decrease the overhead costs and efforts related to infrastructure deployments, maintenance, configuration and support. Cloud accessibility will allow the robots to be more easily deployed, while better serving virtual environments with no footprint on an organization’s core business infrastructure. The platform is flexible and extendable, can be installed on premises, or on a private or public cloud. Kryon’s out-of-the-box ready PaaS is supported through online or onsite training.
“To be a partner for global enterprises, we at Kryon know that RPA technology must not only move at the speed of business, but also exceed it,” said CEO of Kryon Systems, Harel Tayeb. “RPA is already showing significant results in decreasing operational costs and the benefits of shifting towards cloud services will provide even more value and increased flexibility to grow and scale without overhauling existing IT infrastructure.”
As part of this implementation, Kryon Systems is partnering with leading and trusted names in the cloud security space to ensure sophisticated protection of company data. The server is responsible for managing and controlling security and access to content, and makes said content available for privileged users while blocking others. It can seamlessly integrate with the organization’s Active Directory to enable single-sign-on (SSO) authentication. In addition, the server is able to provide predictive and insightful analytics to increase RPA activity within the organization and makes it more efficient and effective. It also provides a full audit trail & logs of the virtual workforce activities.
“The use of cloud services within RPA execution is one of the most secure investments enterprises can make in protecting sensitive company information. Our clientele are able to scope out the exact access rights that robots are privy to,” added Raanan Yogev, Vice President of Product at Kryon Systems. “We are committed to the data security and scalable growth efforts for our customers and look forward to continued partnership efforts to meet their goals.”
Learn more about Kryon Systems and the numerous Fortune 500 organizations already benefiting from its products at www.kryonsystems.com
About Kryon Systems
Kryon Systems delivers innovative, intelligent Robotic Process Automation (RPA) solutions empowering companies to transcend the processes which consume their most valuable resource – time. While other RPA vendors provide tools that focus solely on automating repetitive process-oriented tasks, Kryon aims for a complete and lasting solution, ultimately removing these tasks entirely from the day-to-day workflow of enterprises. Using patented visual and deep learning technologies, Kryon’s RPA enables companies to discover the innovators and creators amongst them by reducing the noise, complexity, errors and wasted time which go hand in hand with process execution. Kryon’s intelligent RPA is changing the reality of today’s process-focused business world by offloading the repetitive, soul-crushing processes to a digital workforce not only for the increased productivity, reduced error rates, and lower operating costs, but also so that companies can focus on what they want to be – creative, imaginative, revolutionary, and with greater revenue.