gen-E, a global IT process automation (ITPA) software company, has been chosen as a finalist in the 5th annual
The coveted annual
“It was an amazing honor to be chosen by the
gen-E Resolve IT Process Automation provides a uniquely personalized, interactive approach to automation – extending across business areas such as cloud, customer care, provisioning, service desk and more. Resolve addresses the most important challenges that businesses face today, providing new levels of IT and organizational agility to accelerate growth even amidst extraordinary competition. The software is used by leading global financial services and transportation firms as well as communications service providers and other companies around the world.
"I congratulate our entire team on this recognition as gen-E continues to set the stage for innovation through seamless collaboration and easy-to-implement automations that transform the way businesses resolve their most complex IT and customer care issues," said Duke Tantiprasut, Ph. D., Chief Technology Officer for gen-E.
Golden Bridge Award winners will be announced and honored during the 5th annual awards dinner and presentation on
About the Golden Bridge Awards
Golden Bridge Awards are an annual industry and peers recognition program honoring Best Companies of all types and sizes in
gen-E is an IT process automation (ITPA) software company that places human ingenuity at the forefront of workplace activity. The company’s award-winning Resolve™ software breaks down traditional organizational and process constraints through an innovative approach to automation. Powered by actionable and dynamic knowledge management capabilities, Resolve allows organizations to realize cost savings of as much as 200 percent within months of deployment. For more information, please visit http://www.gen-e.com.
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