Deloitte China, Laiye's Strategic Alliance: Mining Booming Intelligent Automation Market

The company's two core strategic development directions are globalization and building a developer community consisting of partners and dynamic developers. The company set up a Singapore team to expand its overseas business in 2021. Since its inception, it has hoped to become a global company, inspired by its vision to assist everyone with robots. Apart from tapping into Singapore, Laiye has built the largest RPA developer community in China, and its applications have been downloaded and installed more than 100,000 times. Its UBstore provides customized robots with prices starting from CNY 500 per year, with over 100,000 users. The prevalent cases include e-commerce website information capture, customer service reply and inventory synchronization.

In a nutshell

The pandemic has accelerated the adoption of RPA in China and beyond. With major global professional service provider Deloitte and local AI innovator Laiye working together, the potential of China's RPA market is poised to be further explored. For Deloitte, China's RPA is still an untapped market. Combining its vast client network and the technological products of top domestic suppliers, Deloitte's advantage in China's enterprise service consulting will further grow. Laiye, in turn, may also greatly benefit from this strategic partnership.

1 2 3 4
View single page >> |

Disclaimer: Please consult your own advisor before making any investment decision. 

How did you like this article? Let us know so we can better customize your reading experience.

Comments

Leave a comment to automatically be entered into our contest to win a free Echo Show.