Romanian startup OCTAVIC lists its first software robot on UiPath Marketplaces
The Romanian startup and digital solution provider Octavic has listed the first software robot for automating repetitive processes in factories on UiPath Marketplace. The listing of the solution on the UiPath Marketplace will help the company increase its monthly recurring revenue by up to 20%.
“We are expanding beyond the B2B sector and now addressing a wider range of customers, from new sectors and industries. In addition, if until now we were addressing directly to 75% of the departments of a factory – most of them being those directly related to the shopfloor – now we can also meet the needs of other operational areas, such as human resources, where we can track the performance of operators, financial departments, to calculate the total costs of energy consumed with a product or a customer, in just a few seconds”, says Paul Harfaș, co-founder of OCTAVIC for Business Review.
The unique technology developed by OCTAVIC, in partnership with prestigious foreign universities, transforms conventional factories into smart units, by streamlining production processes, reports Business Review.
By implementing the solution of the Romanian startup, businesses can save time, money, energy, and reduce costs and human errors. So far, Octavic has worked with some of the largest European brands in the pharma, tobacco, food&beverage and automotive industries.
In addition, the goal of OCTAVIC is to contribute significantly not only to digitization but to the efforts of industrial producers to reach ESG targets by integrating technology specific to Industry 5.0.
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