Automation Anywhere: Bringing Bots to Your Business

Automation has been mainstream for a long time when you think about it, however, the types of automation typically seen were machines and robots designed to perform manual tasks. Many of the repeatable tasks performed by humans today are done in software, so why not automate all the repetitive business processes being performed by task workers? As part of a digital transformation project, RPA from companies like Automation Anywhere can help companies realize greater efficiencies and better user experiences. Ken Nalbone digs into what they presented at Tech Field Day earlier this year.

Top 4 Takeaways From RPA’s 1st Tech Field Day

We always love having new companies present at Tech Field Day. Sometimes these are companies coming out of stealth, showing off new solutions for the first time. But just as important is bringing new categories of solutions to light, those that might have been around but outside the immediate experience of the delegates but definitely of interest. That was the case with Automation Anywhere. They are a leader in Robotic Process Automation and did a great job introducing the concepts and specific solutions to the delegates.

Automation Anywhere: Robotic Process Automation (RPA) for Everyone

At tech Field Day earlier this summer, Automation Anywhere presented for the first time at the event. While the company has been around for almost two decades, not many of the delegates were familiar with their Robotic Process Automation. Ather Beg breaks down how the company uses bots to emulate human actions without huge investment or disrupting infrastructure in this piece.

Computer, Prepare My Report

Automation Anywhere definitely made a splash with their first presentation at Tech Field Day. They’re a long time player in the fast growing Robotic Process Automation market. Alastair Cooke digs into their presentation and solution in this post.

Digitalizing Workplaces With Automation Anywhere RPA

Pietro Piutti attended Tech Field Day last month, and got to hear Automation Anywhere present for the first time at the event. While new to Field Day, the company is not new to Robotic Process Automation. They showed off their solutions for the fast-growing RPA market during their presentation. Before the presentation, Pietro was skeptical and even a little worried about the implications of RPA solutions. After though, he had his eyes opened to whole new possibilities.

Automation Anywhere – the Bots Are Here to Help

Robotic Process Automation isn’t a topic we’ve seen a lot of at Tech Field Day in the past, which is why the presentation from Automation Anywhere really grabbed a lot of attention. Dan Frith digs into their presentation in this piece. While the topic might have been new to the delegates, Automation Anywhere has been at the game since 2003 and is well established in the space. For Dan, the exciting advantage of RPA is not that it can change how we work, but rather change what we can work on.

Cloudy With a Chance of APIs – Reflections From Tech Field Day 19

Tech Field Day is all about bringing together the different disciplines of the data center into a single event, bringing a diversity of views from both the presenting companies and invited delegates. Adam Fisher definitely go that experience at Tech Field Day last month. The event featured presentations from diverse topics as Robotic Process Automation to cloud visibility solutions. The unifying aspect of every company was the presence of some kind of public cloud integration into their solutions, and the availability of well documented APIs. It’s no surprise that these are dominant trends in IT, but surprising to see them on display from such a wide array of presenters.

Automation Anywhere: What Did the Bot Eat for Lunch?

Liselotte Foverskov heard from Automation Anywhere while a delegate at Tech Field Day last month. They are a competitor in the fast growing Robotic Process Automation market. They think that their platform will enable anyone to create helpful bots to automate routine tasks, allowing for employees to focus on more creative efforts. In light of a recent visit to the computer history museum, it was a thoughtful presentation.

Introduction to Automation Anywhere

Marina Ferreira heard from Automation Anywhere at Tech Field Day last month. They showed off their Robotic Process Automation solutions at the event. It struck Marina that we often look at network automation in IT as a way to eliminate repetitive tasks, but not as a business process or workflow solution. By framing Automation Anywhere’s RPA in that light, she sees it as allowing employees to focus their time on value-add tasks, rather than simply avoiding repetition.

Automate All the Things With Automation Anywhere

Automation Anywhere made a big splash with their presentation at Tech Field Day last month. The company showed off their solutions around Robotic Process Automation. For Adam Fisher, it was the first time he had heard from a company with that focus. Their bots allow for automation of a wide variety of tasks, and Adam was impressed that this wasn’t limited to specific verticals. He really appreciated that their goals wasn’t to replace humans, but rather to allow us to focus our efforts on more creative work that the bots can’t do.

Automation, Anywhere You Want It

At Tech Field Day, Jim Palmer got a look into the fascinating world of Robotic Process Automation, thanks to the folks at Automation Anywhere. While this is the fastest growing enterprise software market, it was one that Jim hadn’t heard much about before. He was impressed by the company’s vision of having a “digital assistant” for every worker. They provide not just a platform to make this happen, but lead the industry with their education resources. For someone new to the space, that was an invaluable aspect for Jim.

Hot Take From TFD19 – RPA With a Security First Mindset

Scott Driver was at Tech Field Day last month, and got to hear from first time presenter Automation Anywhere. They showed off their Robotic Process Automation (RPA) solution, something that caught Scott’s eye as his financial sector background is just starting to really look in that space. What really impressed him in the presentation was Automation Anywhere approaching their solution from a privacy and security first perspective.

Tech Field Day (#TFD19): A Heads-Up

Before heading to Tech Field Day this week, Ather Beg wrote up a little homework in this blog post. He gives an outline of what to expect from each presenter. For those watching along on the live stream or catching up on the video later, it’s a good one stop shop for background information. He’s got links to relevant material, as well as his own thoughts on the presenters.

RPA Industry’s First Tech Field Day 2019

It’s always great to hear from new companies at Tech Field Day. This week, we’ll be introducing Automation Anywhere to the delegates. They published a preview of their presentation, and it looks to really stand out. They’ll be focusing on their AI-augmented robotic process automation, including an architectural deep dive and a look at their Bot Store. Definitely make sure you check out the live stream or the edited video for this one.

Tech Field Day 19 – I’m on My Way!

Liselotte Foverskov is returning to Tech Field Day with our event next week. This time around, she’s looking to join in the conversation around the table a little bit more, we can’t wait! In this post, she gives a little preview of what she’s expecting from each of the presenters. We can’t wait to hear her thoughts after the event.