The right RPA tool can make the difference between a project that succeeds and one that fails. There are many different tools on the market, and they all have their own unique features. In this post, we’ll take a look at three popular RPA solutions: UiPath, Automation Anywhere, and Blue Prism. We’ll also compare them in terms of ease of use/training/implementation, APIs, integrations with other solutions (like AWS or Salesforce), and more!
The most popular RPA tool among enterprise customers is UiPath. It has the largest customer base, with over 100 enterprises having adopted it. The company also boasts one of the highest numbers of active users and developers. It also has one of the largest ecosystems, with over 250 partners and integrations. The company is also rapidly expanding its global reach with offices in North America, Europe, and Asia. UiPath is a popular RPA tool that has been around for several years. The company, which was founded in 2007, has over 10,000 customers across the globe and more than 5 million users. The software is available in multiple languages, including English, French, and German.
UiPath offers many features that help automate processes across multiple platforms—including web browsers and mobile devices—and can be used to automate tasks on any desktop or mobile application. The platform also allows you to integrate third-party systems such as ERPs (enterprise resource planning) or CRMs (customer relationship management). The learning curve for UiPath isn’t steep; if you already know how to use Office 365 tools like Word or Excel then you’ll pick it up quickly because they share similar functionalities with your favorite productivity apps.
Automation Anywhere is a cloud-based RPA tool that allows you to automate business processes across various platforms. It has a wide range of integrations with third-party applications and can be used on-premises or in the cloud.
The platform is integrated with Microsoft Office 365, Salesforce, SAP, and Oracle databases through APIs. Other integrations include Google Sheets, Dropbox, and Box for file management; Slack for team communications; Zendesk for customer support; Xero accounting software; Workday human resources management (HRM) software; Tableau data visualization software; Veeam Backup & Replication backup & recovery software; Jira bug tracking tool; Confluence wiki tool, etc., which makes it easy to connect your existing systems while automating new ones at the same time. Anywhere has a wide range of automation capabilities including data extraction and transformation, document creation & editing, and social media monitoring. The platform allows you to create business rules using a visual workflow designer or write code in Python.
Blue Prism is a cloud-based RPA tool built on a proprietary platform. It’s meant for large enterprises and projects that need to be accomplished quickly, such as cutting costs and streamlining operations. While it has some limitations in terms of customization, Blue Prism is a good fit for companies that don’t have the resources or expertise necessary to develop their own software solutions. The software is easy to use and can be deployed quickly. Its main benefit is that it’s capable of automating processes that would otherwise require a large number of human workers.
WorkFusion, like most RPA tools on the market, is cloud-based and easy to use. It has a low learning curve and an intuitive interface that makes it simple for anyone to get started with automation projects. WorkFusion offers some unique features that aren’t available in other RPA tools. For example, it’s the only tool that can handle data migration—no matter what systems (including virtual ones) your company uses. You can also run WorkFusion in any environment—on premise or in the cloud—to suit your needs and budget.
The company’s support team is also highly responsive to customer needs. They’ll help you get set up, walk you through your first project, and answer any questions or concerns you have along the way.
As you can see, there’s no “one-size-fits-all” solution when it comes to automating business processes. The right tool depends on your company’s specific needs and goals. It may also depend on whether or not you already have an existing software platform that can be integrated into your RPA project. However, with so many options available today, there is a good chance that one will work for you!