Blue Prism, the company delivering the world’s most successful digital workforce, has been named to the MIT Technology Review’s 50 Smartest Companies 2017.Compiled annually by the esteemed publication’s editors, the list recognizes companies globally with the most innovative technology and effective business models. Blue Prism is undergoing tremendous growth and customer adoption, including a 3x increase in enterprise customer deals for its leading Robotic Process Automation (RPA) platform in the first half of the year.As MIT Technology Review notes, “If companies could hand off their mundane administrative tasks to software robots, employees could focus on higher-level work. That’s Blue Prism’s pitch, and an increasing number of companies—in finance, health care, law, and other industries—are receptive. Blue Prism’s ‘Robotic Process Automation’ software mimics the way humans complete rules-based tasks, such as manually entering data from a paper form into a database. The U.K.-based firm recently expanded its U.S. and Australian operations and signed partnerships with Accenture and IBM.” Blue Prism is only one of two U.K.-based companies to make the list.Read more here.