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AD01 Blue Prism Developer

Achieving Partner Certification is a requirement of the Blue Prism Engage Partner Program and any partners that do not achieve the minimum requirements will need to make an appeal to our program teams. We want to reward those partners that make the investment in achieving the Partner Certifications and so you can expect the following.

Increasingly customers are wanting to work only with certified
partners which is why we have made this a requirement within the first
year of being a Blue Prism partner. Our Partner Locator tool will be the
primary source of information for customers to identify partners to
provide support for their connected-RPA initiatives.

CAPABILITY PROVIDER - Partners that help build scalable, resilient

Blue Prism connected-RPA capabilities for clients using accredited

Blue Prism resources.

• DELIVERY PROVIDER - Partners that deliver successful

Blue Prism connected-RPA client projects using accredited

Blue Prism resources.

• SERVICE PROVIDER - Partners that provide scalable, resilient proven

Blue Prism connected-RPA capabilities as a managed service for clients using accredited Blue Prism resources.

The relevant criteria for your certification will be defined by which of
the three types youre being assessed on – but youre not limited to just
one type. Partners can be certified as Capability, Delivery, and Service
providers, once the relevant certification has been achieved.

We have three levels of certification - Platinum, Gold and Silver - which
reflect the level of quality a Partner has/can provide. Platinum is the
highest level, reflecting where a Partner has demonstrated
exceptional customer success, and a has maintained an all-encompassing base of highly qualified, accredited Blue Prism resources.

Blue Prism Developer
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In addition to Microsoft’s AI Builder, which brings focused and generative AI and machine learning capabilities to Power Apps and Power Automate, a number of other companies are adding AI capabilities to their low-code and no-code software development and robotic process automation products.

Note that we’re not considering low-code and no-code AI and machine learning development here, such as you’ll find in Amazon SageMaker, DataRobot, Google Cloud AutoML, and Dataiku. That’s another kettle of fish.

Airtable AI (beta)

Airtable, which I reviewed in 2022, announced earlier this year that it was adding unspecified AI capabilities to its product. In June, Airtable opened this feature set to selected enterprises in a customer beta program. Airtable AI initially launched with generative foundation models provided by OpenAI, the developer of GPT.

According to Airtable, “Product teams can add an AI component to their roadmap app to instantly generate a product spec. Marketing teams can connect an AI component to their requests app that will write thoughtful, thorough creative briefs that speed up the marketing creative handoff. And HR teams will be able to automatically generate job descriptions for any of their open roles simply by adding an AI component to their hiring pipeline app.”

Appian Platform

The Appian Platform for process automation provides a unified and low-code design experience. Appian 23.2 includes three AI skills: Document Classification, Document Extraction, and Email Classification. The Document Classification AI Skill enables you to automatically classify and route documents. The Email Classification AI Skill lets you build a custom machine learning model that classifies emails based on business-specific labels, making it easy to route email messages to the correct team or aid in case creation. The Document Extraction AI Skill enables you to automatically extract important text from structured documents so you can use that data in your applications with little effort. Appian 23.3 will include Appian AI Copilot, which promises to bring a generative AI chat interface to forms design and process modeling.

Creatio Atlas

In May, Creatio announced that it is integrating a ChatGPT connector into its Creatio Atlas low-code platform and customer relationship management (CRM) products. That connector augments the predictive machine learning models already built into Creatio Atlas.

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Killexams : Blue Prism

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. It is currently worth about 500 million pounds, a tenfold increase in value since it went public in March 2016.

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Killexams : SS&C Blue Prism Named a Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ RPA Leader for Fifth Year Running

WINDSOR, Conn., Aug. 7, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- SS&C Technologies Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq: SSNC) today announced that SS&C Blue Prism has been recognized as a Leader for the fifth consecutive year in the 2023 Magic Quadrant for Robotic Process Automation (RPA).

"We're delighted SS&C Blue Prism has been recognized as a Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Robotic Process Automation for the fifth time in a row," said Bill Stone, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, SS&C Technologies. "With SS&C Blue Prism at the leading edge of the RPA market, we are well positioned to help our customers optimize their processes and transform their organizations."

SS&C Blue Prism provides intelligent automation (IA) across 2,800 companies. The SS&C Blue Prism Intelligent Automation platform delivers visibility, orchestration and control mechanisms to help enterprises manage the workforce and end-to-end processes.

For a deeper dive into 2023 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Robotic Process Automation, obtain a complimentary copy of the report here.

SS&C Blue Prism digitizes operations across financial services, insurance, health and pharma, banking and more. Speak to an expert about SS&C Blue Prism's intelligent automation offering.

About the Magic Quadrant
Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Robotic Process Automation, Saikat Ray, Arthur Villa, Melanie Alexander, Andy Wang, Mukul Saha, Sachin Joshi, 2 August 2023.

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About SS&C Technologies

SS&C is a global provider of services and software for the financial services and healthcare industries. Founded in 1986, SS&C is headquartered in Windsor, Connecticut, and has offices around the world. Some 20,000 financial services and healthcare organizations, from the world's largest companies to small and mid-market firms, rely on SS&C for expertise, scale and technology.


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Killexams : Blue Prism Group PLC

Blue Prism invented the term Robotic Process Automation. Its software platform enables business operations to be agile and cost-effective through rapid automation of manual, rules-based, back-office administrative processes, reducing cost and improving accuracy by creating a “virtual workforce”.
The virtual workforce is built by the operational teams or accredited Blue Prism partners using the company's robotic process automation technology to rapidly build and deploy automation through leveraging the presentation layer of existing enterprise applications. The automation schemes are configured and managed within an IT governed framework and operating model that has been iteratively developed through numerous large scale and complex deployments.

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Killexams : Riyad Bank Chooses SS&C Blue Prism to Boost Customer Experience and Operational Excellence

Saudi Arabia's Riyad Bank accelerates operational transformation by automating 200 processes with SS&C Blue Prism intelligent automation platform

WINDSOR, Conn., Aug. 15, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- SS&C Technologies Holdings, Inc. SSNC today announced Riyad Bank, one of the largest financial institutions in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Middle East, has successfully transitioned its automation program to SS&C Blue Prism. The bank sought to upgrade its automation solution to support three main business objectives: customer experience, innovation and performance culture.

"We've been able to transform operations at great scale in a very short timeframe due to the unrivalled support from SS&C Blue Prism and our capabilities in Riyad Bank," said Abdulrahman Al-Huthail, EVP Operations, Riyad Bank. "With greater automation infrastructure, pipeline and delivery, Riyad Bank's workforce is now fully invested in intelligent automation due to the benefits it has seen over the past six months. We are excited about what transformational results we can achieve next."

So far, the Bank has implemented automation across eight areas of operations, including corporate payment operations, ATM and cash management, consumer finance operations, retail operations, governance, and operational excellence.

Throughout the six months, SS&C Blue Prism digital workers have:

  • Handled up to 200 processes across eight areas of operations.
  • Returned more than 150,000 hours to the business, providing time for more innovation, an opportunity to better serve its customers, and a better working environment for its employees.

Among improvements, Riyad Bank is benefitting from intelligent automation in the end-of-day transaction handling for bank tellers. Previously, bank tellers were preparing the customers transfer of check and cash deposit forms manually. The manual process meant more time and resources had to be allocated to complete these transactions by end-of-day. The automation team worked with the business unit on nine processes, which reduced processing time from 240 seconds to 45 seconds (81%) per document. The automation improved working conditions for team members and enabled them to concentrate on higher-value tasks.

"The results Riyad Bank has achieved in just six months demonstrate the significant transformational value automation can bring when you have right culture and support in place," said Jerry Hubbard, General Manager, EMEA, SS&C Blue Prism. "Alongside SS&C Blue Prism's trusted partner, we're excited to see how Riyad Bank continues to take its organization forward while benefitting its employees and customers."

More than 2,800 customers worldwide run their operations on SS&C Blue Prism, digitizing operations across financial services, insurance, health and pharma, banking, and more.

About Riyad Bank

Riyad Bank is one of the largest financial institutions in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Middle East. Established in 1957, with a paid-up capital of SAR 30 billion. The Bank's professional and dedicated staff base has mainly driven its success throughout the years. With more than 5,900 employees, Riyad Bank takes pride in being among the Saudi organizations with the highest national employment rate of 95%. 28% of them are women.

Riyad Bank provides a comprehensive range of products and services fully compliant with the Islamic Sharia' to meet the needs of both retail and corporate customers, including small and medium-size enterprises. Riyad Bank offers innovative and remarkable financing solutions through a network of 340 licensed branches, and more than 138,511 POS, in addition to more than 2,242 ATMs well distributed in strategic & carefully selected locations around the Kingdom.

About SS&C Technologies

SS&C is a global provider of services and software for the financial services and healthcare industries. Founded in 1986, SS&C is headquartered in Windsor, Connecticut, and has offices around the world. Some 20,000 financial services and healthcare organizations, from the world's largest companies to small and mid-market firms, rely on SS&C for expertise, scale and technology.

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Killexams : Getting Started with Cpputest for Embedded Applications

Unit testing application code in embedded applications is a fundamental need that embedded developers often overlook. At first, glance, getting a unit test harness up and running can seem complicated. However, developers can get a unit test harness environment up and running relatively quickly. This post will explore Cpputest and how developers can leverage existing resources to get an environment up and running quickly.

Introduction to Cpputest

Cpputest is a C/C++-based testing framework that is used for unit testing and test-driving code. In general, Cpputest is used for testing C and C++ applications. The framework provides developers with a test harness that can execute test cases. Cpputest also offers a set of assertions that can be used to test assumptions. If the result is not correct, then the test case is marked as having failed the test.

Cpputest provides a free, open-source framework for embedded developers to build unit tests to prove out application code. With a bit of extra work, developers can even run the tests on target if they so desire. In general, I use Cpputest to test my application code that exists above the hardware abstraction layer.

Installing Cpputest

Several different installation methods can be used to set up Cpputest that can be found on the Cpputest website. The first is to install pre-packaged installed on Linux or MacOS. (If you want to install on Windows, you'll need to use Cygwin or a similar tool). Alternatively, a developer can clone the Cpputest git repository.

If you are looking to get started quickly and experiment a bit, I recommend a different approach. James Grenning has put together a Cpputest starter project that has everything a developer needs to get started. The start project includes a docker file that can be loaded and a simple command to install and configure the environment. If you want to follow along, clone the Cpputest starter project to a suitable location on your computer. Once you've done that, you can follow James' instructions in the README.md or follow along with the rest of this section.

Before getting too far, it's essential to make sure that you install docker on your machine. Mac users can find instructions here. Windows users can find the instructions here. For Linux users, as always, nothing is easy. The installation process varies by Linux flavor, so you'll have to search a bit to find the method that works for you.

Once docker is installed and running, a developer can use their terminal application to navigate to the root directory of the Cpputest starter project directory and then run the command:

docker-compose run cpputest make all

The first time you run the above command, it will take several minutes for it to run. After that, the command will obtain docker images, clone and install Cpputest and build the starter project. At this point, you would see something like the following in your terminal:

Image 1.png

As you can see above, there was a test case failure in tests/MyFirstTest.cpp on line 23 along with an ERROR: 2 message. This means that Cpputest and James' starter project is installed and working correctly.

Leveraging the Docker Container

The docker-compose run command causes docker to load the cpputest container and then make all. Once the command has been executed, it will leave the docker container. In the previous figure, that is the reason why we get the ERROR: 2. It's returning the error code for the exit status of the docker container.

It isn't necessary to constantly use the "docker-compose run cpputest make all" command. A developer can also enter docker container and stay there by using the following command:

docker-compose run --rm --entrypoint /bin/bash cpputest

By doing this, a developer can then simply use the command "make" or "make all". The advantage of this is that it streamlines the process a bit and removes the ERROR message returned when exiting the docker image from the original command. So, for example, if I run the docker command and make, the output from the test harness now looks like the following:

image 2.png

To exit the docker container, all I need to do is type exit. I prefer to stay in the docker container, though, to streamline the process.

Test Driving Cpputest

Now that we have set up the Cpputest starter project, it's easy to go in and start using the test harness. We should remove the initial failing test case before we add any tests of our own. This test case is in /tests/MyFirstTest.cpp. The file can be opened using your favorite text editor. You'll notice from the previous figure that the test failure occurs at line 23. The line contains the following:

   FAIL("Your test is running! Now delete this line and watch your test pass.");

FAIL is an assertion that is built into Cpputest. So the first thing to try is commenting out the line and then running the "make" or "make all" command. If you do that, you will see that the test harness now successfully runs without any failed test cases, as shown below:

image 3.png 

Now you can start building out your unit test cases using the assertions found in the Cpputest manual. The developer may decide to remove MyFirstTest.cpp and add their testing modules or start implementing their test cases. It's entirely up to what your end purpose is.  


We've briefly discussed how to get up and running with Cpputest quickly. Working with Cpputest is straightforward, and the results can be compelling. Developers can leverage their test harnesses and assertions to check that code is working as expected. If something is amiss, running the test harness will point the developer to the failing test case and provide the line number for the failed test. Test harnesses can help developers perform automated regression testing and quickly identify bugs in their code.

Developers don't necessarily have to use Cpputest. There are many unit test harnesses available. However, embedded developers need to be using some type of test harness, and Cpputest is easy to get up and running and integrated into nearly any build process.

Jacob Beningo is an embedded software consultant who works with clients in more than a dozen countries to dramatically transform their businesses by improving product quality, cost and time to market. He has published more than 200 articles on embedded software development techniques, is a sought-after speaker and technical trainer, and holds three degrees, including a Master of Engineering from the University of Michigan. Feel free to contact him at [email protected], at his website www.beningo.com, and sign-up for his monthly Embedded Bytes Newsletter.

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Killexams : How developers will test their apps before Vision Pro launches
Developers sit at a Mac with a Vision Pro headset on the table
Enlarge / A promotional image made by Apple to convey what the in-person developer labs for Vision Pro will be like.

Apple needs third-party apps for Vision Pro when it launches next year, but most developers don't have the headset yet. That would seem at first glance to be a conundrum, but on Monday, Apple opened up three different ways app developers can start testing their apps on Vision Pro hardware well before the product launches to the public.

None of them are surprises, of course—Apple previously laid out these plans at WWDC. But now developers can actually start signing up for and using these resources.

It has been possible to get at least some serious work done since Apple made a beta release of Xcode available with support for visionOS. That version of Xcode (Apple's IDE for Macs that is required to build apps for the company's various platforms like iOS) includes a visionOS Simulator that presents work-in-progress visionOS apps in a virtual 3D space navigable with keyboard and mouse or trackpad controls.

In theory, what works in the visionOS Simulator will often work fine on real hardware, but there are, of course, additional complexities, especially with something like Vision Pro. That's where these three newly launched programs come in.

Apple Vision Pro developer kits

First off, developers can apply to be sent Vision Pro developer kits. They'll be sent real Vision Pro hardware on loan, and they'll be offered help getting it set up, regular check-ins with "Apple experts for UI design and development guidance," and two code-level support requests.

It seems unlikely that everyone who wants a developer kit for any reason will get one, though. Apple is holding the keys and (as is its custom) isn't being all that specific about what will get some developers access over others. Here's what the company writes about it on its developer website:

You’ll need to be an Account Holder in the Apple Developer Program, provide details about your team’s development skills and existing apps, and agree to the terms and conditions. Applications will be reviewed and priority will be given to applicants creating an app that takes advantage of visionOS features and capabilities.

We're not sure yet whether these kits will be free. Apple's developer kit program for the first Apple Silicon Macs required developers to pay a fee for access, even though the device in question still had to be returned after a period of time.

Update: I've now learned that the Vision Pro dev kit loaners are free for developers.

Apple Vision Pro compatibility evaluations

Alternatively, developers can simply send their apps to Apple so Apple employees or contractors can test the apps on their behalf.

Once developers have gone through a checklist of pretty obvious basics, like making sure the app actually launches, they can submit the app to Apple to test on real hardware. Developers will get a list of issues back (if there are any) along with relevant screenshots and logs.

Apple's testing group will deliver an evaluation "within a few weeks," and requests will be handled on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Apple Vision Pro developer labs

The third method for testing on hardware is booking time in Apple's visionOS developer labs in the company's headquarters in Cupertino, California, as well as in London, Munich, Shanghai, Singapore, and Tokyo.

Apple describes these labs as places where you can do "self-directed" coding and design work. You'll be able to bring your development machine and not only test your apps on hardware in person but also take some time to iterate with access to said hardware.

As with the remote evaluation, requests to use these labs will be granted on a case-by-case basis. Developers need to submit a screenshot of their app running in the Xcode Simulator, and Apple recommends that both a designer and an engineer book time in the lab together when it comes to teams where people wear specialized hats.

Rolling the dice on Apple’s Vision

There are currently two ways for developers to make visionOS apps. The first is using Xcode and SwiftUI, and the second is via the Unity game development tool. Last week, Apple and Unity jointly announced visionOS support in Unity, including the ability to preview directly to either an Xcode visionOS Simulator or to real hardware by pressing the play button in the Unity editor.

So if someone really wants to make a visionOS app and see it up and running on Apple's App Store when the hardware launches to consumers next year, there are various ways to make that happen. That said, there's little incentive to do so at this time other than to build up a reputation both with Apple and early adopters at a ground level. There won't be a huge install base at launch, given Vision Pro's steep pricing ($3,499) and Apple's expected low-volume production of the headset. On the bright side, that install base is likely to be affluent early adopters with money to burn, and competition will probably be light, so developers could potentially get away with charging steeper premium pricing for apps on visionOS than they do on the crowded iOS platform.

I'm not sure that's enough to make this work profitable for most or even any developers right out of the gate, though. Putting the time and effort into developing for visionOS is a gamble right now—in doing it, you're placing a bet that Apple's platform will go somewhere as the price comes down and the production ramps up in later successors to the first Vision Pro. If you've got the cachet and the experience by then, you might be in a better position than other developers playing catch-up.

The investment will obviously be wasted if the platform doesn't achieve widespread adoption—or, if like the Apple Watch, it becomes a popular device but without a lot of user interest in third-party apps.

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Killexams : PREVIEW: Blue Jackets face stiff test against Panthers
BLUE JACKETS (26-23-1) at PANTHERS (35-11-5)   

Thursday, 7 p.m. ET, FLA Live Arena, Sunrise 

TV: ESPN+/Hulu 

Radio: Blue Jackets radio network (105.7 FM)  

Two years ago at this time, the Blue Jackets were becoming pretty familiar with all the rest stops on I-71. 

A seemingly endless parade of injuries meant players were shuttling back and forth from Cleveland to Columbus. At one point, half of the CBJ lineup was composed of players who had spent the majority of the season with the AHL's Monsters. 

And yet, despite all odds, the Blue Jackets kept winning, at one point claiming points in 24 of 26 games. The run eventually petered out, but it was a true example of how a team going through adversity somehow rallied around itself and found plenty of success. 

Things aren't quite that bad this year, but the Blue Jackets are in the midst of a red-hot run that has come with its fair share of ups and down as well. Regulars Alexandre Texier, Eric Robinson and Jake Bean are out, and Zach Werenski (day to day, upper body) now joins them after not making the trip, yet there seems to be a new hero each night as the team has won six of seven since the All-Star break. 

GAMEDAY GUIDE: Werenski out with upper-body injury vs. Florida

Young forward Trey Fix-Wolanksy scored his first career goal in his NHL debut in the third period of the streak-starting win at Washington. Brendan Gaunce has come up from Cleveland and scored three times in seven games, all of them key goals in CBJ victories. And veteran goalie Jean-Francois Berube has emerged victorious in his first two starts in nearly four years. 

"It's inevitable it's going to happen," head coach Brad Larsen said of injuries. "You like to space them out if you can, but the game decides who is hurt and who is out. You fight through it. You're going to have at times four or five different faces than maybe you are used to. 

"It shows what (coach Trent Vogerhuber) and those guys are doing down there with Mark Letestu and the group and the goalie coach, what they are doing with those guys in Cleveland. They're doing a real good job for us and (The players) are coming up prepared and ready to go." 

And if anything, it's provided a bit of a energy for the Blue Jackets in what can be the toughest time of year. February is known as the "dog days" in NHL circles, the time when the toils and travels of a long season start to add up but the excitement of the trade deadline and the final days of the playoff push have yet to take root.  

But for Columbus, the new faces trying to establish themselves have brought in a bit of excitement during what normally is a tedious time. 

"Guys feel that," Larsen said. "It's fun. Guys will block an extra shot or go an extra mile for those guys that come in. The players sense their excitement. They talk about the dog days in the NHL, but those guys that are coming up, there's no such thing as dog days, right? You're just excited to get in that jersey." 

Add in strong performances by mainstays like Patrik Laine, Boone Jenner, Gustav Nyquist and Jakub Voracek and the Blue Jackets have seemingly found their games after things got rough in November and December. 

"Losing is the worst, winning is awesome," defenseman Andrew Peeke said. "Finding that consistency I think was the biggest thing we had to go through on a night-by-night basis, how to play and be successful. I think the past few weeks we have really found that. Obviously it brings joy to the room, and the guys are buying in.  

"It's an exciting time. We're trying to make a push here and see where it takes us." 

Know the Foe 

If there's one foe the Blue Jackets know quite well this year, it's Florida, and it hasn't been an enjoyable set of meetings to this point. The Panthers made easy work of Columbus during the team's previous trip to Sunrise, posting a 9-2 victory on Jan. 15 that might not have even been that close in what might have been the CBJ's worst performance of the season. The Jackets were much better when Florida made a return trip to Nationwide Arena on Jan. 31, but the Panthers still pulled away to an 8-4 victory. 

Those two games speak to the offensive firepower Florida possesses, as there's both high-end talent and depth options that can put the puck in the net. The point about depth was driven home in Columbus, as the Panthers' third line of Mason Marchment (2-4-6), Anton Lundell (0-5-5) and Sam Reinhart (3-1-4) led the way in that game. 

On the whole, Florida has nine players with at least 10 goals and 12 players with at least 20 points. Add it all up and the team leads the NHL with 4.12 goals per game, which has the Panthers on pace to be the first NHL team since Pittsburgh in 1995-96 to average at least four goals per game. Perhaps even more impressive, the team has a goal-scoring advantage of 143-96 at 5-on-5, which helps make up for the fact the team is 15th in the NHL in power play (20.8 percent) and 19th in penalty kill (79.0 percent).  

Jonathan Huberdeau leads the way on the scoring front with the winger boasting 55 assists on the season, 10 more than anyone else in the NHL. He adds 17 goals and has 72 points, third in the NHL behind the Edmonton duo of Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl.  

Center Aleksandar Barkov is the top goal scorer with 23 on the year among his 45 points, good for 20th in the NHL, but it's the depth of scoring that makes Florida so hard to defend. Sam Bennett is next with 22 tallies, followed by former Blue Jacket Anthony Duclair (20), Reinhart (18), Huberdeau, Carter Verhaeghe (16), Aaron Ekblad (14), and finally Lundell and Marchment (11 apiece). Ekblad's plus-35 rating is also fourth in the NHL overall and tops among league defensemen.  

In net, former CBJ goalie Sergei Bobrovsky places third among NHL goalies with at least 20 games played in goals saved above expected per 60 minutes per MoneyPuck.com, and overall he is 26-5-3 in 36 games/starts with a 2.58 GAA and .917 save percentage.  

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