HDFC Life Rolls out 100+ AutomationEdge RPA Bots to Drive Intelligent Automation

August 2, 2018

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HDFC Life, one of the largest insurance companies in life insurance space, celebrated go-live of 100 RPA bots. AutomationEdge bots are live in production across enterprise thus serving numerous use cases in multiple processes like underwriting, policy servicing, payout, actuarial, new business to name a few.

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