AI and Robotics integrator RobotLAB signs its first Robotics Integration Franchisee

RobotLAB signs first robotics integration franchisees in Dallas-Fort Worth area. (Photo Business Wire)

RobotLAB, the robotics integrator has signed its first franchise partners, Prashant and Ruchika Nagrath of Requis Inc. The Texas-based husband-and-wife duo have acquired exclusive RobotLAB franchising rights to the entire Dallas-Fort Worth territory, which encompasses more than 120,000 businesses and seven million residents. Created to meet the growing demand for AI and robotics integration in all sectors, RobotLAB’s first-of-its-kind robotics franchising program will increase access to automation and operational efficiency solutions like cleaning, delivery and customer service robots, allowing business owners of all sizes to implement cost-saving technologies into local enterprises.

“Until recently, robots were relegated to movies and science fiction, but they have quickly become an undeniable reality that reward businesses with lower costs and countless other benefits thanks to the reliability they deliver and the relief they provide to the humans that work alongside them, who are freed from menial tasks to focus on higher-level customer service,” said Elad Inbar, founder and CEO of RobotLAB. “Prashant and Ruchika’s considerable interest in our franchise model, coupled with their tremendous tech-fueled passion for the efficiencies robotic technologies bring to business operations, reinforced a belief we’ve held for many years, and we’re emboldened to see it come to life with our first franchisees.”

While robotics integration franchising is a new-to-market opportunity, the Nagraths were attracted to the program because of their longstanding entrepreneurial background in technology, franchising and small business ownership. With more than 20 years each in the tech industry, and nearly a decade in combined franchise experience, the Nagraths will leverage their significant experience and expertise as RobotLAB’s first franchise partners. Residents of Irving, Texas, they will focus initial franchising efforts on the immediate area, with growth plans that include the entire Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex – the sizeable territory where they have exclusive rights to develop.

“As franchisees and small business owners ourselves, we are acutely aware of the struggles that plague businesses, like labor shortages and increasing economic headwinds, because we are dealing with those same challenges across our own portfolio,” said Prashant Nagrath, President and COO of Requis Inc. “Through our new RobotLAB partnership, we’re looking forward to sharing revolutionary robotics solutions with other Dallas-Fort Worth business owners because we have experienced how automation solves those problems, and pays dividends.”

With an impressive roster of longstanding partnerships spanning the world’s top robot manufacturers and more than 10,000 robots deployed across the globe, RobotLAB will share its 15-plus years of expertise with its franchise partners and the local communities in which they serve. Aiming to increase access to robotics and AI solutions across the U.S., the revolutionary franchising opportunity allows local franchise partners to seamlessly introduce all businesses in their territories to the power of automation. RobotLAB’s franchise program boasts minimal overhead, comprehensive online and in-person training, limited staffing requirements and attractive revenue opportunities in a fast-growing industry with limitless potential. Plus, the program’s low cost of entry and thorough training makes it ideal for entrepreneurs looking to enter the franchising world, as well as experienced franchisees wanting to diversify their portfolios with a first-of-its-kind opportunity.


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