ElectroNeek, an end-to-end intelligent automation platform that lets business users with no prior IT skills automate repetitive tasks, has announced their partnership with Microsoft to help customers to increase the scalability of their automation initiatives with Azure cloud infrastructure.
The announcement came soon after ElectroNeek attracted $2.5M in a venture funding round led by NYC-based 645 Ventures. In the most recent release, ElectroNeek lets users automatically discover automation opportunities and build software robots.
“We are incredibly proud of the success ElectroNeek has had over the last two years, as organizations around the world are using the ElectroNeek platform to robotize time-consuming business processes and increase their productivity,” said Sergey Yudovskiy, Co-founder and CEO of ElectroNeek Robotics, “We are delighted to partner with Microsoft as we continue to strengthen ElectroNeek and expand the capabilities and services of our platform. The partnership with Microsoft will not only improve our offerings to our current clients but will also allow us to scale to new opportunities quickly.”