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Perspecta Named UiPath Public Sector Impact Partner of the Year; Mike Kirkland Quoted

Jeff Brody
Mike Kirkland

TYSONS CORNER, VA, December 17, 2019 — UiPath recognized Perspecta (NYSE: PRSP) as Impact Partner of the Year for applying the former's robotic process automation technology to support public sector customers, ExecutiveBiz reported Dec. 6.

Perspecta said Dec. 5 it uses RPA applies in digital delivery efforts across the federal, state and local government markets.

"We pride ourselves on bringing bold and innovative ideas to our customers every day so they can work smarter and faster," said Mike Kirkland, senior vice president of offerings and solution development at Perspecta.

"Leveraging emerging technologies like the UiPath RPA platform is one way we're doing just that," he added.

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