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Spire Data, Krista Soft announce new partnership for AI-driven services

Spire Data is partnering with Krista Soft to provide AI-driven Intelligent Automation to Enterprises in Middle East and Africa

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IT News Nigeria:

Spire Data announced today it has partnered with Krista Software to provide AI-driven Intelligent Automation to Enterprises in Middle East and Africa (MEA).

The partnership will see “Krista”, Krista Software’s AI-led automation platform being delivered through Spire’s big data portfolio to enterprise customers for automating business processes, improving efficiency, and reducing costs.

According to Tausif Sayyed, Head of Business at Spire Data, “There’s a growing need for organizations to find a balance between reducing operational costs while increasing productivity. We are excited to partner with Krista Software to help achieve this by orchestrating people, apps, and AI with their world-class intelligent automation technology. By combining Spire Data’s capabilities with Krista’s technology, we will offer a highly efficient method to deploy AI organization-wide and across several functions.”

“The market is ripe for enterprise-wide adoption of automation in the MEA region,” said Kiran Karri, VP of APJ and MEA regions at Krista Software. “Krista is perfectly suited for diverse and complex business environments that customers in MEA have, and together with Spire, we will alleviate their automation challenges.”

IT News Nigeria also gathered that Krista is a modern intelligent automation platform designed to easily leverage existing IT assets and SaaS apps in automated business workflows. Krista’s unique approach enables business process owners to quickly build new automation without having to wait for expensive IT resources. Creating automation in Krista is as simple as describing a conversation between people and apps.

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