Automation consulting company, Ofi, and Celonis enable customers in Latin America to unlock real business breakthroughs with the Celonis Execution Management System
As a process automation leader in Latin America, many of Ofi´s corporate clients recognized the power of process mining and execution management from Celonis. The Celonis Execution Management System (EMS) leverages artificial intelligence to identify execution barriers in a company’s processes and Ofi now established a center of excellence to strengthen its EMS delivery capacity. As a certified partner, Ofi is currently shining on selling and implementing Celonis throughout Latin America.
“What Celonis is doing is completely unique and will revolutionize how companies measure and improve business outcomes,” Ofi´s CEO, Peter Ostroske, said. “We believe that all current and aspiring market leaders will require an Execution Management System to stay competitive and our objective as a Celonis certified partner is to support clients as they unlock millions in savings by optimizing their most important processes.”
“Business execution is what sets the leaders apart,” said Karina Vogl, VP Partner Management EMEA at Celonis. “The Celonis Execution Management System provides companies with a modern way to run their business processes driven by data and intelligence, addressing fundamental limitations of running business processes across a complex set of aging, fragmented transactional systems, desktops, devices and edge applications. By partnering with Ofi, our EMS will help enterprises across Latin America close the execution barriers that have been holding them back from achieving full execution capacity and allow them to unlock their full execution capacity.”
Ofi is a digital consultancy that provides enterprise customers with three offerings: Automation, Cloud Management and Modern Workplace. Ofi´s team consists of approximately 200 consultants, engineers and specialists across Colombia, Mexico, Brazil and the United States. The company has delivered over 5,000 projects in eight years with important customers such as Amazon, BASF, Old Mutual, Ecopetrol, Praxair, among others. Ofi is currently backed by institutional investors in the US, Mexico and Colombia.