- Intelligent Automation (IA) company, Botminds, has launched the Botminds Developers Certification Program for its community members intending to upskill over 90 percent of automation developers worldwide.
- All Botminds AI invite-only community members can be enrolled in the certification program.
- The program consists of Level 1-Foundation, Level 2-Advanced, and Level 3- Architect certifications.
Ansari Ismail, the co-founder of Botminds Inc, said they are building a dedicated team to help their community members unleash their creativity in Intelligent Automation using the AI Platform.
Headquartered in Seattle, the company has an R&D center in Chennai. The firm claims that the AI Developer Certification program will be a game changer for collaborators to bridge the gap in applying AI to RPA (Robotic Process Automation) with a no-code approach.
Gokul Ganapathi, CEO at Botminds Inc, said they look to contribute to the global IA community by setting a long-term goal of upskilling 90+% of automation developers worldwide with skill sets in Intelligent Document Processing and Intelligent Automation.
The firm said in a statement that several enterprises talk about Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) without knowing how to upskill employees in using AI to normalize data for better decision-making. The Botminds Developers Certification program provides community members a magic wand in the form of the Botminds AI platform to apply AI and ML in real time across various business verticals.
Anizudeen Imamudeen, Head of Community Development and Evangelist at Botminds Inc, said that AI-based data capture and automation is the future, resulting in an exponential growth in demand for these skills. They look to bridge this gap by up-skilling all their community members for a rewarding career in Intelligent Automation.
The statement said that each level of the Certificate Program is crafted with an application-oriented pedagogy. Applicants are assessed using a combination of online course material and project work.