Wizlink won 1st prize for the best IT solution in the category of banking and finance. A 34-person jury consisting of top IT managers selected our RPA solution out of many others with high potential for impact on contest industries.
Wizlink is a tool helping companies automate routine tasks, including such as entering or copying data, writing emails or working with documents. It does not require any changes related to the integration of the application. The user who creates the scenarios does not need to know the code or data structures. Wizlink communicates with the screen presentation layer of the application, but can also use databases, Excel spreadsheets or web services. WizLink reads and writes data to/from the application by communicating through display objects.
“In today’s world time is converted directly into money. Effective business processes are a competitive advantage. And that’s what matters. Therefore, RPA technologies are gaining more and more popularity. They are welcomed by organizations that want to reduce costs, increase productivity and gain a competitive advantage. WizLink is an extremely intuitive and effective tool that was designed for business users, not for programmers. With its drag-and-drop simplicity Wizlink has a great chance to win the market.” – says Tomasz Finogenow, CEO at Eversis.
Eversis invested in Wizlink at the beginning of 2018. The investment was a response to the growing market demand for RPA (Robotic Process Automation) solutions, especially in the banking or insurance sector where the company implements complex and difficult projects in the area of big data, custom development, speech analytics and contact centre.
“WizLink has been designed to provide the maximum efficiency using current systems without the need to change them. The value provided arises thanks to the integration of the applications owned by the client without referring to the database or the source code. Developers are not needed for this (zero-code). Wizlink is a business tool with versatile possibilities.” – says Michał Wawiórko, CEO at First Byte.