For developers, Automation Anywhere Community Edition provides the most advanced bot development environment to create and bring new automation solutions
Automation Anywhere, the world leader in robotic process automation (RPA) launched its free offering – Automation Anywhere Community Edition, for small businesses, developers and students.
By providing unfettered access to its digital workforce platform, Automation Anywhere has eliminated the barriers to RPA adoption for small businesses and developers as well as students.
Users of the Community Edition will have access to the full suite of Automation Anywhere products, including RPA, IQ Bot (AI), Bot Insight (embedded analytics) and Bot Store, the industry’s first online marketplace for preconfigured downloadable RPA bots.
The new offering gives students, young professionals and career builders full access to the RPA platform and empower them to play their parts in shaping the future.
Help small businesses in automation
Commenting on the development, Mihir Shukla, Chief Executive Officer, Automation Anywhere, said, “We believe Automation Anywhere’s digital workforce platform is the most tangible example of how RPA and AI can transform and enrich the lives of millions of people. To accelerate this journey, we are providing free access to our industry-leading RPA platform with built-in AI, smart analytics and the industry’s first Bot Store. This will especially help small businesses turbocharge their automation initiatives while empowering a whole new generation of RPA developers,” he said.
For developers, Community Edition provides the most advanced bot development environment to create and bring new automation solutions to market faster. Technology vendors can use the platform to build bots with skills directly related to their service offerings and upload them to Automation Anywhere’s Bot Store.
Enterprises are enhancing their human workforce with a digital workforce, led by the reality of a rapidly-aging global workforce. The global RPA market is emerging as a US$ 100 billion opportunity, according to Arvind Ramnani, equity research analyst at KeyBanc Capital Markets.
Gartner has predicted that by 2020, 40 per cent of large enterprises will deploy RPA software, up from less than 10 per cent today.