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Automation Anywhere Launches Free Community Edition for Students, Developers and Small Businesses

Automation Anywhere

05 March 2019, India:

Robotics Process Automation (RPA) startup Automation Anywhere, today released it’s free offering for students, developers and small businesses – Automation Anywhere Community Edition.

Users will have access to the full suite of Automation Anywhere products, including RPA, IQ Bot (AI), Bot Insight (embedded analytics) and Bot Store, the online marketplace for preconfigured downloadable RPA bots.

Mihir Shukla, Chief Executive Officer, Automation Anywhere, said, “We envision a future where digital workers are working side by side with every employee in businesses of all sizes. 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.”

Mark Trepanier, chief operating officer of transformAI., said, “As a developer and deployer, having access to Community Edition will allow us to bring our automation expertise to more people and do it with speed. We are “creative heroes” for our clients, and this gives us the opportunity to leverage Automation Anywhere’s platform to build game-changing RPA technology solutions that could alter the course of business for us, and most importantly for our clients.”

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.

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