Jun 28, 2017

As enterprises become more comfortable with RPA bots in general and cognitive-powered bots in particular, they will be willing to try them out in more and more business processes.

May 20, 2017

Today, Automation Anywhere delivers the industry’s most comprehensive enterprise-grade RPA platform with built-in cognitive capabilities and embedded analytics. Over 500 of the world's largest enterprises use the platform to manage and scale their business processes faster, with near-zero error rates, while dramatically reducing operational costs.

Apr 20, 2017

Today, I built a web crawler that auto-populates a spreadsheet with stock prices. It wasn’t very advanced: It pulled a few companies’ quotes from CNNMoney and funneled them into an Excel file, along with time stamps. But it was the first bot I’ve ever made, and I did it in under an hour with almost nonexistent coding experience.

Apr 06, 2017

CEO Mihir Shukla refers to the company’s mission as building a global “digital workforce.” He says Automation Anywhere has deployed 450,000 bots to date and is aiming to have 3 million placed by 2020. That kind of growth augurs a potential transformation for companies’ decisions on where to locate operations. “The interesting thing about the digital workforce is that it’s geography-neutral—once it happens anywhere, it can happen everywhere,” Shukla tells CFO.

Dec 10, 2016

"Shukla anticipates employing a “digital workforce” of 3 million such bots, already used by companies such as AT&T and ANZ Banking Group, by 2020. That, he declares “in a manner of speaking” could make the company the world’s largest employer, somewhat like Uber Technologies Inc. could be seen as the world’s largest taxi company even without owning taxis or employing drivers."

Nov 22, 2016

"RPA provides you with a very simple way to automate a lot of transactions that humans are doing today so that bots can take them over,” said Abhijit Kakhandiki, vice president of products at RPA-platform provider Automation Anywhere. “Humans can act more as supervisors to those bots and do higher value things."

Oct 03, 2016

"Automation is a continuum and we have designed a platform that allows you to automate a single process, a part of a complex process, or an entire complex process,” says Khiyara. “We are seeing a high demand for robotic process automation that leads to the creation of a digital workforce."

Sep 15, 2016

"Shukla of Automation Anywhere offered an even rosier outlook for back-office workers. ‘The workforce will change and skills requirements will shift,’ he says. ‘Our customers tell us they’re seeing sighs of relief from employees, who hate the mundane tasks they have had to do over and over. Imagine human employees metaphorically working next to software bots. When the humans have something that must be done repeatedly, they hand it off to a bot.’"

Aug 19, 2016

"Automation Anywhere will be rewarded in the marketplace by greater share and profitability. More importantly its customers will benefit because they can buy what they want, when they want it, without stranding large amounts of capital on tools that they only use part of the time. Automation Anywhere’s model is an extremely important development in the marketplace, and it’s good to see that a major automation provider has moved to attack the constraints."

Jul 19, 2016

“Automation Anywhere has 300 hundred employees in 10 offices worldwide. Mihir’s goal is to become one the world’s largest employers without having any employees. How will they accomplish this? Projections show in the next four years, Automation Anywhere will reach 3 Million software bots worldwide which are producing at the capacity of 3 Million people.”

Jun 02, 2016

"In this PoV, HfS examines two different models for deploying Automation Anywhere's RPA technology at scale within an advanced and successful SSC/GBS environment as identified after site visits with the Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ) in Bangalore and AT&T in Dallas.​"

May 18, 2016

“Shukla said 16 of the largest 20 IT service providers partner with the company and its RPA software...The company's channel partners, he said, are taking RPA to "an industrial scale," training thousands of employees on the technology. But while RPA is most prevalent among large companies, Shukla said the software robots will move downstream to smaller service providers and eventually become a consumer technology.”

May 18, 2016

“Mihir Shukla, CEO of Automation Anywhere, said software robots and human workers will form partnerships over time, likening the link-up to familiar human-machine partnerships such as construction workers operating heavy equipment on a building site. ‘This will become natural in the workplace," he said. "One day … we will have a robot as a partner.’”

May 15, 2016

According to Automation Anywhere customer AT&T "Using these bots for manual activity, we can improve cycle time for customers and get service to them faster." Read the full story on AT&T’s RPA journey here.

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