The new U.S. relationship expands Ingram Micro’s emerging hyper automation practice, specifically around unstructured data and workflow solutions. It also provides channel partners access to Alkymi products including Intelligent Document Processing (IDP), which historically has been underserved by automation technology.
“We view hyper automation as a strategic growth opportunity for Ingram Micro and our channel partners and are actively seeking best-in-class offerings in this space to complement our flagship vendors, which now includes Alkymi,” says Donald Scott, director, Emerging Business Group, Ingram Micro. “Alkymi’s powerful, AI-driven product portfolio, along with their experienced team, stood out and aligned with our core RPA strategy—making it all the more rewarding to play such a vital and growing role in their channel-focused go-to-market strategy.”
The Ingram Micro / Alkymi relationship is a milestone for both companies. Unstructured data processing has been a long-time roadblock for many companies seeking to offload repetitive work to software bots. Alkymi enables non-technical users to build their own data collection, centralization, extraction and normalization flows from over 27 file formats, such as emails, documents and scanned files.Read more