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Aggregate Industries recognised by Aecus

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Aggregate Industries has been named a 2017 Aecus Automation Award Winner. The global awards recognise companies that sre on the cutting-edge of digital transformation, including smart automation, robotic process automation, cognitive computing, and advanced analytics.

Aggregate Industries was awarded the accolade in recognition of its innovative financial robotics system, Risk and Collect, developed with Rimilia. The system essentially automates customer payment history, enabling efficient forecasting and payment patterns, which in turn allows the team to deliver ore comprehensive internal reports, as well as a better service for its customers.

Phil Rice FCICM, Head of Credit at Aggregate Industries, comments: “It is such an honour to be recognised by the Aecus Automation Awards, as the winners encompass some of the hottest trends in digital transformation technology and demonstrate the advances being made in this critical area.”

Paul Morrison, Managing Director of Aecus, comments: “Each year, it’s always impressive to see how much further companies are taking smart automation. This area is maturing at a rapid pace, and it’s playing a greater role in the quest to make companies leaner, smarter and more agile. This year’s winners showcase the cutting edge of smart automation - fast, cost effective and disruptive tools that are being used to drive a broad array of powerful business benefits.”

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