Endpoint Automation Services (EAS) is offering free places on its software automation seminar series

With momentum building for Endpoint Automation Services (EAS) free-to-attend webinar training series on organisational productivity, the software automation business has made more places available for its next session on 13 October.

Entitled ‘Get Smarter Work Done’, the seminar will offer attendees insight into how to identify and prioritise processes for automation and how to scale beyond task-level automation.

In delivering the complimentary workshop, EAS has partnered with international technology company Soroco, and Chris Duddridge Vice President of Sales will be giving a short presentation, followed by live demos of a technology platform in action.

Russell Lawrie, EAS Commercial Director comments: “We have already held two very successful and over-subscribed webinars, so have taken the decision to make this next session accessible to a larger number of businesses.


“The series will be particularly beneficial for business managers, procurement teams and IT specialists, who are keen to acquire real insight on saving resources and increasing productivity through automating organisational processes.

“We expect the webinar to be especially useful for existing automation users and teams, to provide them with the discovery tools that will allow them to further identify automation opportunities, potential, and insight.”

For more information, please visit the Endpoint Automation Services website which lists contact details.

With a business model perfectly suited to today’s business challenges, software solutions business EAS, was founded in 2015 and produces intelligent software automation solutions to organisations nationally including, pharma and public health bodies (including the NHS), manufacturing industries, insurance, legal and higher education sectors.

Physical robots have already transformed the plant floor, and now software robots are transforming everything else. EAS’s automation drives efficiencies in R&D, operations, supply chain management, customer engagement, and employee productivity.

EAS specialises in producing Robotic Process Automation (RPA) solutions, and with a background in complex IT and cloud automation, offer automated processing. Since establishing the business in 2015, EAS has achieved to date over £3 million in cost savings for its clients, through the development and deployment of software robots to replace manual, repetitive processes and freeing up valuable employee time to focus on more complex tasks.

The company achieved a turnover of in excess of £1.8m for 2021, up from £820,000 in 2020, and is now targeting sales of £2.2m for 2022.