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Sutherland’s Teresa Weipert: Govt to Adopt Robotic Process Automation to Transform Ops

Teresa Weipert
Teresa Weipert

TYSONS CORNER, VA, December 29, 2015 — Teresa Weipert, executive vice president of the government solutions business of Sutherland Global Services, sees increased public sector interest in robotic process automation as a tool to boost operations, ExecutiveBiz reported Monday.

Weipert wrote in a guest piece published Thursday on Nextgov that the adoption of RPA in government is part of efforts to apply commercial best practices and technologies amid a growing digital economy.

“[When] it comes to keeping government programs cost-effective, streamlined and sustainable, RPA will play a growing role in the quality operations of government, ” she said.

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