Senior Software Consultant Esben Ehrenskjold has achieved the advanced SAP IRPA certification ‘How to Build Bots with SAP Intelligent Process Automation’, allowing Amillan to provide its customers with greater IRPA solutions. 

This development comes after Amillan’s partnership with SAP to offer tailored IRPA solutions to its clients, formed in July 2019.

The course provides a solution overview and step-by-step tutorials on how to create a bot, from initial application declaration to workflow design, deployment, and how to design user interface elements and make bots run in attended and unattended modes.

Amillan Director of Operations, Patrick Daly had this to say: “Having Esben complete this advanced SAP course allows Amillan to expand on it’s already advanced RPA offering to existing and prospective customers. We look forward to continuing our work with SAP solutions to enhance the IRPA offering to our clients. Also, a huge well done to Esben, who is leading the way for Amillan in IRPA.”

Now having completed the course Esben will be able to create bots in the SAP Desktop Studio, know how to configure and monitor them with the SAP Cloud Factory, and understand how to make them run as digital workers or digital assistants, all fantastic assets for Amillan.


Software robots can accomplish multiple simultaneous activities, tirelessly, quickly and accurately, freeing up their human counterparts for more complex, high value, and sensitive tasks that require human attributes such as emotional intelligence, reasoning or judgment.

New innovative RPA applications are being developed by our team for end-user clients daily. Find out more about what RPA can do for your business here.

About Amillan

Amillan is a leading solutions integrator delivering unified communications, IP voice and data networking, contact centre, ICT infrastructure, robotic process automation and mobility solutions on-premise or in the cloud.

About SAP Intelligent RPA

SAP stands for Systems, Applications, and Products in Data. SAP was founded in 1972 in Walldorf, Germany and now has offices around the world.

SAP innovations help 437,000 customers worldwide work together more efficiently and use business insight more effectively.

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