Digital Workforce expands operations to Denmark and hires a new Country Manager

Finnish RPA service company, Digital Workforce recently expanded operations into the Danish market. Denmark is a northern hot spot for large international corporations and serves as a gateway to the rest of the Europe. The robotic opportunity is vast and Digital Workforce has assigned a new Country Manager, Tony Minana to take on the job of discovering RPA’s share in it.

Tony Minana starts as Digital Workforce’s Country Manager for Denmark on November 1st, 2017. He comes from a position of Client Executive in IBM, where he has managed large Danish clients within Retail, Telco, Transportation, and finance. Tony has been educated within IT and Business and holds an MBA from Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh.

Tony’s strength lies in in his unique understanding and first-hand experience from both, startup environments and global, international sales environments. He has obtained an extensive network within the Danish enterprise community from his long line of experience and understands the needs of different operators.

The Danish market for robotics is growing rapidly as enterprises and organizations begin to realize the potential and benefits of the technology. Digital Workforce, with its RPA expertize, expects to be able to play a substantial role in assisting Denmark-based corporations that strive to improve their performance and quality while freeing up vital resources to more productive tasks. Immediate candidates include organizations operating within the sectors of Telco, banking and finance, or public services.

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