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Endpoint Automation Services Shares AI Insights with Key Educational Institutions

The highly innovative team at Endpoint Automation Services (EAS), will be imparting key knowledge on how educational institutions can leverage Artificial Intelligence (AI) to improve the student experience, as part of their presence at a leading educational event. 

The Robotic Process Automation (RPA) specialist, will be giving a talk and inviting universities and colleges onto their stand at the HEPN event at Horwood House, Milton Keynes, taking place on 14-15 November.

The HEPN event is designed to showcase best in class solutions, allowing Vice Chancellors, CTOs and CIOs in universities to gleam valuable insight and a chance to hear from the most inspirational, transformational suppliers in the sector who are able to support them in using the latest technology to overcome current and emerging challenges.

Russell Lawrie, Commercial Director at EAS explains: “A major focus for higher education bodies is enhancing the student experience from the initial admissions enquiry and onboarding process to filing expenses, submitting course-work and accessing results. Our class-leading AI technology solutions allow us to leverage conversational virtual assistants to work with educational clients to empower students to support them in self-serving, thereby undertaking all these elements on the move, whist delivering operational efficiencies for the back-office staff.

“To date we have worked with several education bodies to support them to this effect and are keen to share our knowledge on what can be achieved with the conference delegates.”     

With a business model perfectly suited to today’s business challenges, software solutions business EAS, was founded in 2015 and produces intelligent software automation solutions to organisations nationally including, educational and public health bodies (including the NHS), manufacturing industries, insurance and legal sectors.

Physical robots have already transformed the plant floor, and now software robots are transforming everything else. EAS’s automation drives efficiencies in R&D, operations, supply chain management, customer engagement, and employee productivity.

EAS specialises in producing Robotic Process Automation (RPA) solutions, and with a background in complex IT and cloud automation, offer automated processing. Since establishing the business in 2015, EAS has achieved to date over £3 million in cost savings for its clients, through the development and deployment of software robots to replace manual, repetitive processes and freeing up valuable employee time to focus on more complex tasks.

The company achieved a turnover of in excess of £1.8m for 2021, up from £820,000 in 2020, and is now targeting sales of £2.2m for 2022.

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