Automation is transforming the workplace as we know it. Using Robotic Process Automation (RPA), everyone — from the tech-passionate business user to the professional software developer — can build software robots, or bots, to automate any business process.
You can participate in the revolution starting now. Join us for Bot Games Virtual — the online, global RPA competition. This is an awesome way to showcase your bot masterpieces, connect with the world’s leading RPA professionals, and win amazing prizes.
Your mission, should you choose to accept it:
Work by yourself or form or join a team with up to four people to work on a project that’s close to your heart. Use the Automation Anywhere platform (the only platform that combines RPA, artificial intelligence (AI), and business insights) to build bots that improve company productivity and free employees from mundane, repetitive work. We encourage you to be creative in your thinking.
During the contest, you can partake in weekly webinars and receive advice and support from Automation Anywhere technical mentors to help develop your project.
But don’t delay: The clock on bot submissions stops at a set time.
What happens then? Automation Anywhere experts will select five finalists to advance to the next round. The judging will be based on the following criteria: complexity, comprehensiveness, creativity, resiliency, and reusability. In other words: Criteria = (3 * C) + (2 * R).
When the end game happens, each of the five finalists will present their project online to the Automation Anywhere executive team. One lucky winner will walk away with $10,000 USD and bragging rights as the next Bot Genius.
Download the free Community Edition of the Automation Anywhere RPA platform to start building your bots. And, just for fun, here’s a little quasi-program that summarizes the above:
public class setACourseForGreatnessAndEngage
public String submitYourBot (Bot myAwesomeBot)
Bot Finalist = new Bot();
If (Finalist == myAwesomeBot);
String theNewBotGenius = judgingTheFinalFive(MyAwesomeBot, fourOthers);
String theWinner = “Here’s to ” + theNewBotGenius + “, Congratulations!!!!”;
return theWinner (and the grand prize of $10,000!!!!);
Brendan Foley is vice president of product management and developer experience. With more than 19 years of experience in the tech industry, he's led strategy and its execution across B2B and B2C sectors.