RBC Technology Group chosen to participate in the global beta program for HP Workpath

RBC Technology Group chosen to participate in the global beta program for HP Workpath

RBC Technology Group Participates in the HP Workpath Beta Program

In December 2019 RBC Technology Group chose to participate in the global beta program for HP Workpath, making RBC Technology Group the first HP Premier Partner to develop and deploy applications to the platform in the Asia PAC region. With an initial release of applications and connectors for their process automation platform, Docs2me, RBC Technology Group is showing how HP Workpath can be leveraged to integrate HP devices with productivity applications to drive automation in the workplace.

“Docs2me was a logical starting point for our development team,” said David Wheeler, RBC Technology Group Managing Director. “HP Multi-Function Printers are quite often the starting point for automating business processes. Through Docs2me, HP Workpath has allowed us to provide digital onramps and workflows into all business applications.”


RBC Technology Group’s flagship business automation platform Docs2me delivers document and workflow automation which is easy to implement, configure, use and modify. Users have long appreciated increased productivity, shorter cycle times, improved compliance and control of critical corporate content.  And now the new suite of applications built on the HP Workpath platform allows users to initiate workflow directly from HP multifunction devices and extract data, assisting the control of the document lifecycle.

RBC Technology Group’s suite of applications are in the process of being made available to HP Beta channel partners as well as HP Premier Partners.

“MFPs are now transformed from a print and copy device into an office work station. HP Workpath allows HP partners and customers to create applications that optimize business processes,” said Paul Birkett, Director Workflow Solutions, HP Inc.

Phrases like “connectivity” and “pushing automation to the edge” are commonly used these days, however the collaboration between RBC Technology Group and HP has now made both a reality for Australian office workers, with businesses and individuals set to reap the benefits.

“This is just the beginning, we’re looking to roll out a suite of applications which increase the focus on improved efficiency and productivity for users,” he said

RBC Technology Group is one of Australia’s largest independent and privately-owned technology integrators with a large market penetration, founded from its core business as a print and imaging solutions company. Formed in 1975, RBC Technology Group is in its 44th year of operation and is 100% Australian owned and operated. A shared vision to help businesses reduce the cost and hassle of document output management has evolved into the company’s current portfolio, which includes IT infrastructure, cloud hosting and a complete managed service. Today, RBC Technology Group has emerged to become one of the fastest-growing and most successful businesses in Australia with consistent year on year growth. The company currently provides managed services to over 3,000 clients nationally, comprising both hardware and software solutions, as well as maintaining billions of prints and associated devices.