Automation Anywhere (AA) Implementation Team

Logeshbabu Jothy
Head Transformer at FLSmidth
We did our own implementation with assistance directly from Automation Anywhere's technical support team. There was a bit of a hand-holding in the beginning because Automation Anywhere developers came and developed a few bots for us. Beyond that, it is all on our own. We have been very independent. We hardly got support from the Automation Anywhere team after that. From our own experience, the tool is pretty easy to understand and start using. The bot creation process has different processes depending on what we automate, e.g., accounts payable, IT, and procurement. These are miles apart. The complexity would differ based on the different applications that we trying to integrate using RPA. We try to check the different applications involved for automation and whether they are compatible with Automation Anywhere. Then, we understand the process. We do a value stream mapping, e.g., what are the non-value-added activities that we are currently doing to make it lean, simple, and re-engineer the process. We identify the activities that can be automated using RPA, or any tool. There'll be the extensive workshop conducted before we conclude what we want to automate, how we want to automate, and how long it is going to take to automate. We do an extensive study to determine: * What'll be the return on investment? * What type of a return that you'll get by automating the process? We document it and prepare it as a business case. We send it to the sponsor for approval. Once it is been approved, then we will kick-start our development. Once the development is completed, there will be UAT and we will roll it out to go live. There will be a burn-in period where we will be providing the support. It's like a normal SDLC. It's the same model. However, we analyze the process in detail and a BRD will be prepared, then we will start the development. A simple process might take somewhere around four weeks from start until the end. Something which is very complex in nature might take up to 12 weeks. Anything which is very complex, we would like to break into small pieces, then automate it step-by-step. We don't try to take the entire thing and digest it. We would rather try to break it into small portions, then move on. View full review »
AutoMan9843
Automation Manager - Nordic at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
We used Accenture, they're our technology partner in Norway. We had good experiences with them, but I think it could have been better planned on both sides. We were not able to mirror their organization as we should. Ideally, we would have been more self-sufficient after those ten weeks, and it was only by chance that I had the time to be present during all ten weeks, every day, in the project. If we didn't have the people learning how to develop, how to do the business analysis side, and working closely with them, we would have been in some trouble going forward. The project was a success either way, given where we're at right now. But they should have been a bit clearer on how much time people would need to spend and what was expected of us. It's always better to make the customer self-sufficient. I think they also proposed a bit too-ambitious operating model with a bit too many people from the get-go. That was not that well received by our management. We're a larger organization right now than what they proposed, but I don't think that our management would ever have accepted or have had the guts to do the leap of faith and say, "Okay, we will have six people working full-time with RPA from today," in 2016. They didn't know the potential and didn't really see that we had that many manual processes. These are small things. In general, we're happy with what they did. It's just that if I were to point my finger at something that could have been done better, those are the things that could have been done better. Regarding the number of people involved in the deployment, from Accenture's side there were two developers, two business analysts, and one project leader. On our side, we had a project leader and seven or eight other people, but eventually, it was just me and the project leader who spent our full time on the project, while it was going on. Everyone else was also doing their day-to-day jobs. And with all those people, it was still too few. View full review »
Priya Batish
Business Advisory Manager (AVP) at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Before implementing, you do the assessment of why the organization wants to automate: Imperatives for Robotic Automation * What do they want to automate? * What are the key objectives the organization wants to achieve through robotic automation? * Is it a process optimization or is it cost cutting? * Who is driving the automation? Is it client-driven or is it vendor-driven? Then, you have to build the business case in terms of what you want to try to automate. E.g., how much can actually be automated? That assessment should be done. Even the cost and time of automation versus that benefits that you're going to get out of it needs to be done. # Process Degeneration: When we start automating, we do a process desegregation. This means whatever processes are under scope that we try and understand the task level, activity level, and precedence details. We make activity diagrams, then try and assess out of all of these which one can be automated. So, if the automation index is pretty high, which means that most of the process can be automated, e.g., up to 80 percent, then it might make a better business case than if the automobility is only say 30 to 40 percent. Then, the cost of automation might be way higher. # Setting the right expectations with the client: t is also important to set the right expectations with the organization. Are they new to automation or do they some prior experience with automation? Because this helps us set the right expectations in terms of the benefits which can be had. The customer might also want to understand what are the impacts if automation fails and the fallback mechanisms. For example: * How do you mitigate or remediate the impact of automation failure? * What is a criticality of the process you're automating? * What are your points of failure and choke points? * What are your backup plans if things aren't going well? The most important thing is the business case as to the cost versus the benefits of automation. # Legal and Compliance Regulations: Also, are any legal or compliance regulations which are applicable because technically it might be feasible to automate, but legally or from a compliance point of view, it might not be good idea to automate. You might want to still have human intervention in terms of verification and validation. # Criticality of the process: From a financial impact standpoint, things that require a bit of background investigation might be better kept as a manual process or require a human approval rather than automating it completely. View full review »
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ShripadMhaddalkar
Director of Operations at XLNC Technologies
We start off with the planning phase. Then, we go into the asset process gathering phase. We map it along with data gathering, wherein we gather data about the collaterals, the documents which are required in the process, standard operating procedures (SOPs), user login credentials, access rights, and business logics. Once that is done, we recommend a target operating model. Once approved by the business, that's when we start development. We start doing regression testing when post development is over. Finally, we do the handover the new app to the customer operations and can deploy the bot. If I have to do a process discovery, which includes understanding the data gathering and creating an address process map, it takes a maximum five to ten business days (simple process). It takes this amount of time because the SME has to give me their time, and I never get all the information that I need in one shot since there are a lot of business and technical exceptions that I have to cater to. I have to be quite inquisitive in asking in the process, then the process gaps and the exceptions. I have to make a map, follow up with a sign off, then get it close. A medium level complexity project can take 25 man days and a complex process could take a least a month and a half. If I am deploying eight to ten processes in a span of six months, I need maximum three developers. If I'm developing out 50 bots in six months, then I need 20 developers. Once the bots are deployed, I need a support team which works in three shifts. My support team would consist of a solution architect and three developers spread across three shifts. The monitoring team would consist of a solution architect and one or two IT support people. This is for a large scale bot development. If it is a smaller scale deployment, a smaller support team is needed for monitoring. View full review »
Guruprasad Belle
AVP at a software R&D company with 10,001+ employees
We hired a dedicated person from Automation Anywhere who supported us at the time of the initial installation. Because we were installing this on the cloud infrastructure, we had to go through a lot of challenges. Because we had a dedicated person helping us to do this insulation, it saved us a lot of trouble, experimentation, and effort. View full review »
BPMan456
BPM Analyst at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Originally, we used HCL Technologies. At a high level, the original implementation went pretty well. Our problems were other things. We started having more issues around coding and our expectations on thought leadership from the vendor, because they were the ones originally doing the coding. We were the business partners to them. As we began to get certified and do some of the coding, we started to realize that there were things that we just didn't know and had a hard time getting some answers. Then, we ended up starting to work with a different vendor. As far as the systems administration work for Automation Anywhere goes, we took that over, and that's what I do. View full review »
Venkata Sreedhar Nalam
Technical Architect at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We have a consultant. and a vendor partner who worked on the installation. We are struggling with our vendor partner also. They are not up to the grade when it comes to knowing the product. So we are having a lot of challenges with our vendor partner setup. View full review »
Abdul Subhan
Senior Automation Engineer at Ryan india
We handled the implementation ourselves, and have not sought out help from anyone. When we initially bought the licenses, we had the Automation Anywhere team come down to train us. This lasted for approximately a week. They also visited on another occasion for documentation, but otherwise, we work on our own. View full review »
ProcessAb41f
Process Architect at a media company with 5,001-10,000 employees
For deployment, at the first company that I worked for, that was all in-house, as we were deploying our own bots. The architecture, development, and deployment were all in-house. At the company that I currently work for, we have a managed services company who does development for us, and we still handle deployments. It is more like a segregation of duties, where we handle the full deployment on the end once code is ready for production. View full review »
Principa8942
Principal Analyst at a Consumer Goods with 10,001+ employees
We did not use an external resource for the implementation, but I was there when the initial setup was in progress. View full review »
BPMan456
BPM Analyst at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
We used an integrator and reseller for the deployment, originally. We worked with HCL Technologies, but we found some gaps in our knowledge because of this. We didn't fully understand the architecture and how it was built. During all the process of the installs, we didn't get all the documentation. This made some things a little difficult for us, especially when we ended up parting ways with HCL. Then, we signed with a different vendor for both development and reselling, OPTIMIX. So, going through with the Automation Anywhere architects and getting it installed was great. View full review »
Shashi Pagadala
Manager of RPA Development at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
If we had been alone during the initial setup, might not have been that successful. However, when we partnered with the other groups, like consulting firms, then we were able to get the right mechanisms in place within a short time. We did the deployment in-house. View full review »
BIManagec9cf
Business Transformation Manager at a maritime company with 10,001+ employees
It has all been done in-house. View full review »
Technica8809
Technical Lead at Verizon Communications
Initially we did use a consultant to get going with the implementation. It was a small group of guys who were also in India who we had come to work with us. Our experience with them was good. When all the big problems were solved and there was nothing immediate on the plate to resolve, we were able to make out what we needed to do and judge the steps to take ourselves. So we slowly got away from support from the implementation group. We are able now to rely on the support that we are getting from Automate Anywhere technical support. View full review »
Gurvinder Singh Dhaliwal
Director at Goldensource
We used a partner for the setup. We have a core lead developer who does most of the development. Initially, we checked on what processes we could automate. We picked a couple and deprioritized a few others, which we are taking on right now. We are trying to create a light governance process to see which candidates are right for RPA, then take them forward. View full review »
Mahaan Pai
IT Analyst at a software R&D company with 10,001+ employees
We developed our architecture on our own by our own, designed to fit with our needs and purposes. We have also done the initial setup now for a number of different customers. View full review »
SeniorDi7ec0
Senior Director, Digital Transformation at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
In terms of our implementation strategy, we used a development partner, professional services, that had knowledge of Automation Anywhere. This is a brand-new program for us, our first foray into RPA, so we had a professional services partner who took us all the way from business process through implementation. We don't have technical resources here who did the implementation. We totally relied on them, initially. Our strategy was to have an experienced professional services partner help us get onboarded and develop bots for us as a PoC. Then, after the PoC and we declared complete, we would move them into production. Our longer-term strategy would be to start building some in-house talent that could do some of the bots as well. The partner we used was independent of Automation Anywhere. They did a really good job in the upfront work, telling us what RPA can provide and about the process for determining if something should be automated or not. Where we struggled a bit is when it came to implementing. We implemented what the business did but we didn't implement what was needed from an operational point of view. In other words, what happens when there's an issue? What happens when there's a scenario that the bot can't handle? How will people get notified? Things like that weren't factored in initially. Some of that might have been because it was a pilot, but ultimately the vendor said, "Yeah, we're going to productionize this." But we've had delays in getting our bots into production because that aspect of usability wasn't factored in. We're in the process of trying to get our last bot into production, and then we'll start trying, in 2019, to develop some more bots. But it has delayed our bot development. We're tracking about two months behind what we expected. Our biggest lesson learned is that we need to factor in usability right from the beginning, not only that the business does these ten steps, but what happens if those steps fail? View full review »
Abhineet Sood
Consultant at Zs
We built up the whole capability in-house. Automation Anywhere helped us with the setup. View full review »
Nachiketh Ramesh
Associate Consultant at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
We implemented this solution ourselves. We developed the Bots like we always do. We uploaded it to a repository and moved it to a production environment that we set up. We then synchronized all of the files that are required to be present in the production environment. Finally, we provided support for a week after the deployment. View full review »
Chinmay Dhabal
Application Developer Analyst at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
One or two people can deploy the solution easily if they understand the requirements. View full review »
RpaDevela833
RPA Developer and BA at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We did not use any consultants for our deployment. We worked directly with Automation Anywhere. Our belief is that we know our business better than anybody so we opted for maximum direct involvement. View full review »
Engineer0ae1
Engineer at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
We managed it ourselves. View full review »
SeniorCo515c
Senior Consultant at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
We used a consultant, and the deployment was very smooth. We have been maintaining three environments: development, UAT, and production. The deployment procedure is pretty simple. We just have to export from one to another environment where the dependency is just a package file. View full review »
Deepinka Singh
Developer at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
We have a team in our company which is responsible for RPA. It's something which we do internally for our company. View full review »
Reginald Christian
Head IT Operations and Infrastructure at a consultancy with 10,001+ employees
We used Ernest & Young for the deployment. They are one of the good partners in terms of understanding the internal processes. The consultation is great. They are with us day in and day out. They are helping us to try and transform the business. View full review »
SameerPrakash
Tax Technology Partner at Ernst & Young
We have developed a very strong capability internally that is proving to be strong differentiator for EY in the market. View full review »
Rajeev Mall
Finance Head of BSO Senior Group Division at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
We brought in a partner. However, it was very easy the way things, and if someone has moved in the industry and business processes, they can do it. It was not that difficult at all. View full review »
Brian Dsouza
Sr IS Manager at Amgen Inc.
We used a combination of an integrator and consultant for the deployment. We have used many different companies who are premium partners with Automation Anywhere, and we are also focused on building a COE internally, so we can do some of it ourselves. View full review »
Madhuvankumar V
Senior Software Engineer at EMC Corporation
Our COE took care of the implementation of this solution. View full review »
Pratyush Kumar
Delivery Manager, Robotics Process Automation at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
I have a technical team of support members who know our internal infrastructure. We built it in-house and the support is not outsourced to any IT vendors. We take care of the infrastructure provisioning, support, etc. We do everything ourselves, along with the help of Automation Anywhere. I have a deployed team of six people for maintenance. View full review »
FinancePefcd
Finance Process Automation Lead at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
We used Automation Anywhere as our initial service provider. View full review »
Kumaran Dayalan
VP of Corporate Finance at Refinitiv
We worked with Genpact predominantly to help us implement bots and automation. Our relationship with them has worked pretty well. We implemented the solution for Genpact but are not users. We have seen the demo and how easy it works, but don't know what happens in the background. View full review »
Dona Manuel
Technical Lead at Titan company
We did not use an external integrator, reseller, or a consultant. We implemented the product ourselves. View full review »
ITProjec26f6
IT Project Lead at a financial services firm with 51-200 employees
We did initially use an integrator (consulting company) to do our training. That was a very important part of the process, and it helped us be successful. View full review »
Businessb9e8
Business Transformation Manager at a maritime company with 10,001+ employees
We deployed ourselves. We own a technology company, so we had that benefit. View full review »
AnkitAnand
Senior Consultant at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We are resellers as well as implementation partners and channel partners. So we have been through and are involved in all the phases of implementation and deployment. We are the vendor team. View full review »
Avinash Nyamati
Senior Analyst at Merck KGaA
We had a dedicated person from Automation Anywhere who was supporting us at the time of the initial installation. View full review »
Manohar-Reddy
Service Delivery and Operations at a pharma/biotech company with 10,001+ employees
Automation Anywhere helped us to set up our Center of Excellence (COA), and their partners assisted us with other aspects of the setup. View full review »
Sujay Ghosh
Team Lead at Accenture
We deployed in-house. View full review »
RpaDevel0b28
RPA Developer at a consultancy with 1,001-5,000 employees
We used Neuralify. They helped a lot in getting us set up and it's been a good experience working with them. View full review »
Suneel Sharma
CRO at Skyzhot.com
We have in-house experts who are learning the solution then deploying it. We are looking for partners to deploy the tool for new projects as we learn how to better deploy it. View full review »
Ronaldo Firmo
Automation COE Manager at a mining and metals company with 10,001+ employees
Our company has a long-term partnership with TCS. We are currently using their consulting support, which has been good. TCS is able to engage with top professionals in the market. View full review »
Sachin Chitranshi
Senior Consultant at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We are a consulting organization, so we have experience with this product now. We have started up administration for the solution for many other clients. We did not use an external reseller or integrator and did everything in-house or ourselves. So we have worked it both ways: we did our own deployment and then we did deployments for other organizations. Right now we are just mainly focusing on our internal development with our workforce only. View full review »
Assistan620c
Assistant Project Manager at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
We partnered with a consultant from a company in Sri Lanka and they are assisting us with the implementation. This includes development and scaling. We give them the strategic plan according to what we want, then they evaluate the process and let us know the architecture. We may also get involved with the architecture in cases where they might not have the in-depth knowledge of our systems. Our long term plan is to have a COE where we will have our in-house developers. This will help in development, as well as post-production. View full review »
Architec82e8
Architecht at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We did it ourselves. View full review »
RpaLead259a
RPA Lead at Juniper Networks
We are using consultants who are developing our bots for us. We receive help from customer support. View full review »
AnilSharma1
Senior RPA Consultant at a Consumer Goods with 10,001+ employees
Only one person is required for deployment: the Control Room administrator. The number of people required for monitoring the solution depends on the amount of bots deployed. View full review »
Saurabh Soni
Manager at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We are a consultant for the deployment. View full review »
VpIsGlob37e5
VP IS Global Development at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We used an integrator (BP3) for the deployment. They've been tremendous to work with, satisfying all of our needs. View full review »
Katherine Herbel
RPA Lead at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
We used a third-party vendor for the deployment. With our initial vendor, we were led to believe that they were experts. We have since come to realize this was not the case. We have changed vendors and reprogrammed our bots from the initial vendor. We are much happier with our current vendor. View full review »
Sangameshwar Biradar
Assistant Professor at Gitam
We handle the deployment of this solution ourselves. If there are special requirements then we will ask. View full review »
Amrit Goswami
Automation Developer at ACronotics.com
The implementation of this solution is something that we assist our clients with, but it depends on the situation. Different organizations have different ways of implementing. For the most part, I create the packages and give my work to the COA teams, and they finish it themselves. When they are not able to do that, we help them further. View full review »
HeadOfAu444f
Head of Automation at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
We had a terrible experience with a local integrator. I don't think that they were ready for the integration/deployment process. We spoke to Automation Anywhere who has implemented more stringent partner qualification schemes to take care of this issues. View full review »
Sunilkumar Venugopal
RPA Solution Architect at Olam International
We started with an integrator, then went directly with Automation Anywhere. Our experience was good. They started by helping us work with the software and understand Automation Anywhere's capabilities. View full review »
Sanjeev-Singh
Software Engineer at Accenture
Automation Anywhere helped us if our bots should be in their Control Room, if they were migrating or adding extra features. Then, they would take care of it. I don't know much about what would be in the background. View full review »
Vimalraj Nagendran
Senior Manager Middleware at Extreme Networks
We used our implementation partner for the deployment and implementing the bots. Our experience with them was good. Most of them are good developers. They have been able to solve a lot of issues and build a lot of processes. View full review »
SeniorIT8b1c
Senior IT Design Analyst at a retailer with 1,001-5,000 employees
We used a consulting firm for the deployment. They were good. View full review »
Consulta48d2
Consultant at Ernst & Young
I am the person with does the integration. I am developer. I can develop an application in three weeks (done and dusted). After moving it to production, there are a lot of challenges. Then, I am spending three hours of my bandwidth being occupied every day with maintenance. View full review »
Technica6e74
Technical Lead at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
We did the deployment in-house. View full review »
Saketha Krishna
RPA Architect at Sage IT
We perform the integration for this solution with our in-house team. View full review »
Automati8812
Automation Architect at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
I am the consultant who does the deployments. View full review »
AnshikaSingh
RPA Developer at Accenture
For evaluating, there is a visibility team which does a visibility check for how the tool should be implemented. I haven't been a part of that. View full review »
Dhaneel Shanthpure
Founder and CEO at Digigro
We used a consultant for the deployment. View full review »
ChiefArc74eb
Chief Architect at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We leveraged a third-party, as far as our bot creation, initially. That is how we did it. We have worked with partners to create bots. View full review »
Kaushik-Mukherjee
Project Manager at ANZ Banking Group
We have an in-house Automation Anywhere team who supports us. View full review »
Eric Dalton
Business Apps at New Jersey Resources Corporation
We used consultants to build our bots. We are still in the learning process. We used KPMG for the deployment. They obviously knew the product very well and were also surprised about the migration issues, but they got us through the deployment. View full review »
Directorb51d
Director Solution Architect at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
We did use an integrator, Cognizant, for the deployment. View full review »
Rahul Sualy
Director at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Originally, when we started our process of standing up our center of excellence (CoE), we used ISG to help build the scale, increase the number of bots, and help deliver use cases for our work. View full review »
ProjectMa81f
Project Manager -Learning and Development at a software R&D company with 10,001+ employees
The deployment was performed by our in-house team, and we have control rooms to monitor the bots. View full review »
Amrutabandhu Choudhury
RPA Consultant at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
We used RPA consultants to assist us with our implementation. You educate them and they are able to use the solution. We have had no problem with them. View full review »
Asif Hussain
Senior Project Manager / RPA Architect at Royal Cyber Inc.
We implemented it ourselves. View full review »
Prabir Roy
Manager at Eli Lilly and Company
We have in-house people who have been trained and handle this for us. View full review »
RpaDevelfc86
RPA Developer at a pharma/biotech company with 10,001+ employees
I set Automation Anywhere up with the help of Acronotics, who came in to train us and help set up our environment. View full review »
Automati7e97
Associate Director, Healthcare Technology Solutions at a consultancy with 5,001-10,000 employees
We worked with Automation Anywhere on the deployment. View full review »
Principa4a5a
Principal Analyst at a Consumer Goods with 10,001+ employees
We are doing our own implementations and upgrades, so we are managing it. View full review »
Luis Romero
CIO at Binary Technologies Inc
We used a consultant for the deployment. View full review »
Bruno Rocha
Workforce Coordinator at a mining and metals company with 10,001+ employees
We used Ernst & Young for the deployment, and our experience with them was good. View full review »
Punith Venkatesh
Consultant at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
We deployed it in-house. We have good technical support team for installation, etc. View full review »
ITDirect5fd0
IT Director at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We had an implementation partner who helped with the deployment. View full review »
ProjectM49fa
Project Manager at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
We initially use EY for the deployment. Our experience was overall good because we were new to this RPA, it was a good learning experience having a COE playbook in place. Our basic baby steps, we did those with them, which helped us grow. View full review »
BIManagec9cf
Business Transformation Manager at a maritime company with 10,001+ employees
We are doing everything in-house. View full review »
Rpa5a1d
Tech Lead at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
Our implementation strategy has been to upgrade development, confirm everything functions as expected, and only then upgrade production. We have a team of six, which consists of developers, a tech lead, and manager. We have set up a run support team to handle maintenance and bot stability issues. Their role is to get the bots back up and running in the event of an issue. View full review »
Solution1ddf
Solution Manager at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We are an integrator and consultant company. We work with clients to do the deployment. View full review »
SeniorAsced7
Senior Associate, IT at a financial services firm with 201-500 employees
We purchased a partner pack. I would not recommend it. The Automation Anywhere support is far superior. View full review »
SeniorMa1140
Senior Manager at a pharma/biotech company with 10,001+ employees
We had some input from other people during the implementation. View full review »
RpaDevel3794
RPA Developer at Verizon Communications
We implemented it in-house. View full review »
reviewer1126875
User at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Our in-house team was used, along with the vendor's documentation and installation guides. Overall, it worked well. View full review »
RpaDevelb9b5
RPA Developer at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
Our IT team set up the automation without the help of a third-party. View full review »
SrAppliced70
Senior Application Developer at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
We have a third-party who manages our IT. They did an IaaS, then we did everything else. View full review »
Operatiobf07
Operations Leader at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We did the deployment. View full review »
Harish Bennalli
Senior App Developer at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Automation Anywhere came in and helped set up the tool for us since it was initially new when we onboarded it. View full review »
Associatdd34
Associate Manager at a pharma/biotech company with 10,001+ employees
We have an in-house team who took care of the implementation. View full review »
Bvs Siva
Architect at a software R&D company with 10,001+ employees
We used a local company to assist us with the implementation of this solution. View full review »
RpaBusin938c
RPA Business Lead at World Bank
We used an integrator. View full review »
reviewer1185765
User
We performed the implementation in-house. View full review »
Jayaraj Pachiyappan
Senior Analyst at a software R&D company with 10,001+ employees
We have a center of excellence team. View full review »
Payal Handiwala
Automation Architect at Moody's Corporation
Just trying to get IT and Automation Anywhere to work together to build a resilient solution was a bit of a challenge, but it was more straightforward. View full review »
Will Haskell
Supervisor at a energy/utilities company with 5,001-10,000 employees
We used a reseller for the deployment. We really enjoyed working with them. View full review »
DigitalAa2c7
Digital Analyst at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We deployed the solution with our in-house team. View full review »
ManagerBf895
Manager, Business Process Integration at a manufacturing company with 501-1,000 employees
We used Thirdware for the deployment. View full review »
Businessa5e1
Business Technology Analyst at a consultancy with 5,001-10,000 employees
We installed it ourselves. View full review »
Vikram Chitale
Process Leader Purchase to Pay at Eaton
We set up all three of our use cases, which were simple, medium, and complex. View full review »
Jian Chen
Systems Engineer at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The deployment was done in-house. View full review »
Jeffery Gant
IT Business Partner at Lyondell Basel Industries
To deploy our initial three bots, we used a partner (Accenture). Now, we are doing our own development. View full review »
SeniorMada6d
Senior Manager Development at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
We used a reseller for the deployment. View full review »
Configur7384
Configuration Specialist at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Initially, we used an implementer for the deployment. Now, we do everything on our own. View full review »
Infrastr17d7
Infrastructure Manager at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
The first time, we used an integrator for deployment. They were good, but we don't work with them anymore. Now, we work with Automation Anywhere. View full review »
Prabu Baskaran
RPA Specialist at a manufacturing company with 1-10 employees
We install the Automation Anywhere Control Room and VMWare on our clients' machines. View full review »
Shashikumar Kasarla
MTS IV Consultant at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
We deployed in-house. View full review »
DigitalP1c7d
Digital Product Coordinator at a retailer with 5,001-10,000 employees
We used a consultant. They came in and helped us with the setup of the products. View full review »
Technicaf766
Technical Architect at a software R&D company with 10,001+ employees
My backend team handles the implementation of this solution. View full review »
Siva Gangavarapu
RPA Developer at Qualcomm Incorporated
We deployed the solution in-house. View full review »
RpaLeadA5224
RPA Lead Architect at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
We deployed it in-house. View full review »
SeniorMad942
Senior Manager at Genpact - Headstrong
We used a reseller for the deployment, and our experience with them was good. View full review »
Anantha Kancherla
AVP Solutions at CIGNEX Datamatics
We used Ernest & Young for the deployment. They helped us get a lot of the work done. View full review »
RpaDevel40d8
RPA Developer at Verizon Communications
We deployed it in-house. View full review »
Vandana Khanna
Sr Manager Emerging Tech at Verizon Wireless
Automation Anywhere helped us with the deployment. View full review »
Yash Parikh
Project Manager at Nine A Business Connect
We are the implementation partner. View full review »
Alexandre Dusseault
Technical Lead at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We used a consulting agency, who did not have good knowledge about the product and bots, such as basic principles of coding and error handling. This was surprising, as these were IT personnel. We felt that sometimes we were training the consultants from the agency on how to implement the product. View full review »
Software66cd
Software Engineering Manager at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We worked directly with Automation Anywhere. Their help was good, but sometimes it took a couple days for them to get back to us. View full review »
Sreeraj Nadarajan
Service Intergration Expert at a pharma/biotech company with 10,001+ employees
We used a strategic partner (integrator) for the deployment. View full review »
Mohan Negi
Senior Consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers
Our IT did the initial deployment. View full review »
Manish Kumar
Software Engineer at a energy/utilities company with 10,001+ employees
We performed the implementation, although we had to contact Automation Anywhere for assistance during the installation. View full review »
Vinay Sridhar
IT Team Lead at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We did use a consultant for the deployment. It has been a good partnership for us. View full review »
Software0742
Software Developer at a insurance company with 10,001+ employees
We used a combination of employees and consultants for our deployment. View full review »
Director2299
Director at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
We used a consultant for the deployment. View full review »
André Scher
CEO at Auctus
We are the integrator for deployment. View full review »
Ajay Jeyaraman
Advisory at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
I am an RPA consultant who does deployments. View full review »
Krishna Kishore Paraselli
Senior Architect at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
We did not use an integrator. View full review »
VpCorpFi5a75
VP Corporate Finance Systems at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
We deployed the solution in-house. View full review »
VigneshMunian
Consultant at Deloitte
I implemented this solution for my company. View full review »
ErpRepor9540
ERP Reporting Manager at a healthcare company with 5,001-10,000 employees
We did the deployment in-house. View full review »
Shyam Sundar Govindan
Developer at Tata Consultancy Services
We worked closely with Automation Anywhere's customer success manager. View full review »
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