• April 25, 2024

WonderBotz, a New Jersey-based firm that helps businesses identify and implement intelligent automation solutions for a variety of use cases, recently said it has joined the Virginia Academic Intelligent Automation Community of Practice (CoP).

A program launched nearly a year ago by George Mason University’s Intelligent Automation Initiative, the CoP said it is focused on how colleges and universities in Virginia can use intelligent automation technology to advance their educational mission by becoming more effective and efficient as they build higher levels of student experience.

“We founded the CoP with the belief that collaboration between the academic, public and private sectors could solve the most pressing problems of today’s higher education institutions” said Dr. David K. Rehr, who leads the Intelligent Automation Initiative and is a professor at GMU. “We are delighted to be partnering with WonderBotz with their thought leadership and ‘hands-on” experience and commitment to VA schools, especially as our reach continues to grow.”

WonderBotz, which partners with many major process automation technology and data analytics providers, said the CoP is a way to continue its investment in higher education.