The two companies are set to bring Intelligent Enterprise Robotic systems to retail, transportation, and logistics (RTL) customers, to allow them to overcome currently strained supply chains.

The partnership has surfaced after a surge in demand for online retail orders, to allow logistics providers the ability to integrate end-to-end intelligent robotic systems, and visibility.

Atos will implement and integrate Berkshire Grey’s AI-enabled robotic systems into its clients’ complete supply chains, to encourage the flow of information across systems of record as smoothly as materials transition through the warehouse.

Guillaume Beuscart, SVP Global Head of Retail, Transportation and Logistics at Atos said: “Many organisations are considering implementing robotics and automation, but they struggle with implementing the transformative change needed to achieve the full benefits. Together, Berkshire Grey and Atos can provide retail, transportation and logistics clients with holistic solutions that meet their needs.”

Neil Berry, SVP and General Manager for EMEA at Berkshire Grey added: “Berkshire Grey and Atos believe digital transformation and robotics are two sides of the same coin for those looking to transform the supply chain for today’s on-demand world.”