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OpenSky’s deal with bot firm to give vital access to developers

The deal follows the announcement earlier this year by OpenSky, which provides digital transformation and back-office automation services for government organisations, of an investment of €2.5 million

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
21st July, 2019
William Flanagan CTO and Co Founder with Michael Cronin

Naas-based OpenSky has secured a deal with UiPath, a robotic process automation company (RPA), that will give the Co Kildare business access to a 400,000 strong developer community.

The deal follows the announcement earlier this year by OpenSky, which provides digital transformation and back-office automation services for government organisations, of an investment of €2.5 million, along with plans to double its staff to 160.

“It’s a very important partnership for OpenSky. This is a vital tool as...

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