Case Study: FMCG

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Case Study: FMCG


Launched in the early nineties, this leading UK food manufacturer had reached a growth milestone that required them to run a 24/7 service. Their service provider believed it was impossible to automate this process, due to the complexity of the task and commercial restrictions.


Using virtual workers, we automated a variety of expert tasks that were otherwise considered impossible to automate. By automating these processes, this food manufacturer can now run a 24/7 service and is making savings of 500k annually.

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