Industry experts like Gartner, Forrester, and others consider Automation Anywhere to be a leader in Robotic Process Automation (RPA). And this is for good reason. Over the years, our RPA product has evolved from automating basic, rote tasks to now being a fully cognitive solution which incorporates Artificial Intelligence (AI) including machine learning (ML), optical character recognition (OCR), and more. The combination of RPA, cognitive automation and analytics creates a powerful solution, that is intuitive and user-friendly.
Where do some of the brightest minds in tech go to battle?
Glad you asked. Because we just wrapped up Bot Games – the Robotic Process Automation industry’s premier event for developers – in Bengaluru, India on September 18, 2018. This was the largest gathering of RPA developers in a physical location anywhere in the world.
They came in numbers that we couldn’t anticipate in our wildest dreams. They fought wars and won feuds. They raised their IQ by a few points and let their genius shine through. They made new professional connections and gained new skills. But not least in the order of importance, they had fun. It was a blast! If you ever doubted that developers, architects and program owners can party, you’ve got to check out Bot Games.
Welcoming KPMG in the Netherlands to the Automation Anywhere
global partner network
Buckle up. The pace of change of digital transformation continues to accelerate with Robotic Process Automation (RPA) at the frontlines. Looking to 2025, according to a new report from KPMG in the US, 32 percent of industry leaders expect to increase RPA investment by 20 percent or more, with nearly two-thirds of respondents planning to fully implement RPA within three years.
We are at a pivotal moment in society and technology where the convergence of the two is redefining the way we live and work. The software automation industry has hit an inflection point in adoption as organizations accelerate digital transformation to meet business demands and stay ahead of competitors.
Tuesday, May 29, 2018, marked a day the RPA industry will remember. It was the day of the inaugural Bot Games, our flagship event for RPA developers and program owners held at the Sheraton Times Square Hotel in New York City. The event attracted a diverse group of RPA users from beginners to seasoned experts, providing them with a great platform to network, compete, collaborate and showcase their skills. But most importantly, it was a day of fun and games!
Recently, Automation Anywhere CEO Mihir Shukla had a chance to catch up with the Wall Street Journal on what’s becoming a hot topic everywhere: robotic process automation in the workplace. This particular article, geared toward CFOs, focused on financial automation and ultimately what a “robotic bookkeeper” looks like for a business.