Automation Anywhere (AA) Previous Solutions

William "Sonny" Kocak
Sr. RPA Developer at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
Our company didn't have any RPA enterprise-capable tools. I don't know what motivated them to learn about it. It may have come down from the executive level saying, "We want RPA, go figure out what it is." That's when they went and looked it up and started researching. They did like their competitive analysis of all the RPA software tools and platforms that were out there. They narrowed that down to ten, then to 5, and then there were three that they ended up with and did a matrix comparison. The matrix included risk, ROI, and cost and they came up with a weighted system. Automation Anywhere came out on top. View full review »
Guruprasad Belle
AVP at a software R&D company with 10,001+ employees
One of the major reasons why we went with Automation Anywhere is that our company could have a global MSA (Master Service Agreement), where we could use this particular tool for our end customers also. As an organization, we had a global implementation with Automation Anywhere where the clients wanted to deliver this solution to the end customer also as part of their solutions. That's why — because that option was there — we just went with Automation Anywhere. View full review »
BPMan456
BPM Analyst at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
We weren't using a different solution before this. Automation Anywhere was our first RPA tool. We wanted to remove a lot of the drudgery out of people's lives. Someone copying files from one platform to another or taking data and manually entering it from one system to another was not a good value savings. A human should be doing stuff that is more creative and requires human thought process. We wanted to enable our organization to improve overall. So, we figured an RPA solution was a good way to start on that journey. View full review »
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Venkata Sreedhar Nalam
Technical Architect at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We had already decided long before which product we were going to choose to use so we did not actually consider other products and used this first. View full review »
Abdul Subhan
Senior Automation Engineer at Ryan india
Previously, we had been using VBAs and Python, albeit our use in Python was not extensive. We chose Automation Anywhere because we heard that you don't need to have expertise in a particular area, and anyone can develop a simple bot in a short time. View full review »
ProcessAb41f
Process Architect at a media company with 5,001-10,000 employees
At both companies, we never used a different solution before Automation Anywhere. We had individuals working at the companies who spent years going to school, but could not necessarily download reports nor input data into spreadsheets, and this was something that could be easily automated. We wanted to free up users and people to perform higher value-add activities, exercising analytical and critical thinking, as opposed to being cogs in the machine. View full review »
Principa8942
Principal Analyst at a Consumer Goods with 10,001+ employees
We were looking to Automation Anywhere as a solution in a relatively new concept. We believe it was our best choice and, currently, we are hopeful that the stability and the enhancements done to the tool will pay off. We are looking forward to using 11.3. View full review »
BPMan456
BPM Analyst at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Why did we want to invest in an RPA solution? This was our first solution, so we weren't with someone else first. We did do some evaluation, looking at how and what we wanted to do with bots. Did we want to just use it purely on the back-end? Did we want to use it on the front-end? Some of the leaders at the time in the strategy and innovation team at our company just saw the need for it. We knew there was a lot of manual redundant processes that were just right for automation, so we said, "Hey, let's bring it on." The PoC sort of proved the concept, then we just brought it in-house and kept going from there. View full review »
Shashi Pagadala
Manager of RPA Development at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
We looked into moving into RPA because it was the trend in the industry. We do regular acquisitions which leads to a lot of duplicate roles and resources along with similar activities. With this approach, we can streamline our processes and bring uniform processes across the organization. We have been able to establish this. If we use the bots on a lot of manual efforts, it will reduces effort. Going forward, we can use the bots in a better manner by using them for the strategy of delivery and appointments. View full review »
BIManagec9cf
Business Transformation Manager at a maritime company with 10,001+ employees
This is the first RPA solution that we have used. View full review »
Technica8809
Technical Lead at Verizon Communications
I was not involved in the decision to move to Automation Anywhere. It was a big decision handed down from the top management. View full review »
Gurvinder Singh Dhaliwal
Director at Goldensource
No. We went for AA to empower our current workforce. View full review »
Mahaan Pai
IT Analyst at a software R&D company with 10,001+ employees
Our reason for adopting the product and why most of our clients prefer it as a solution is that we talk with them honestly about what capabilities they will need and why this product fills the purpose. Everyone can choose to do their tasks in a different way and other solutions could work to develop automation. What matters for me is the way the product allows users to easily develop the Bots. I do believe that Automation Anywhere is giving me the opportunity to quickly and easily develop stable Bots and it is better at that than other competitors you might want to compare it to. View full review »
Deepak_Batra
Country Head and Controller at Evalueserve
My boss and I were both involved in bringing the RPA into our organization. We had been researching RPA for the last six to eight months to see what various functions RPA can work on, how to identify the better candidate in terms of processes, and how we can get the ROI out of the RPA. We did all types research, reading articles, and talking to Automation Anywhere guys. These guys have been very helpful and flexible in talking to us. Anytime we have asked them for any sort of information. they were forthcoming. Giving the information on their own. They have explained their use cases. That intrigued us to go into this area and try more on the RPA side. This was the first RPA project that we did. View full review »
SeniorDi7ec0
Senior Director, Digital Transformation at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
We haven't used any other RPA product. View full review »
Abhineet Sood
Consultant at Zs
We already had a process excellence transformation team doing the typical operation excellence type of work process improvement and process re-engineering. We decided that it would be better to help us take the leap of automation and go from the third or fourt-generation improvements we were doing since those were long-time deployments and bring a change. We were looking for faster adoption, an easy to deploy solution, and achieve a quick ROI. This is also sellable to our leadership and makes sense to take to a larger scale. That was the whole idea. We first thought of implementing internal system automations, legacy application automations, and Excels automations. However, when we realized the potential of this technology, and how it integrates along with its seamless environment setup. That was the go ahead for us, and we started our journey. View full review »
Matthew Wilde
Director of Shared Services at iHeartMedia
This is our first go in the RPA world. We had an internal resource, somebody within the company who had seen Automation Anywhere used in other companies. That person introduced us to the concept and, from there, we did some research and saw that that's where the market was going. View full review »
Kyoichi Haida
GM Business Process Planning Dept at a insurance company with 10,001+ employees
The reason why we thought that we needed a solution is the management of our contracts last for long periods of time, which includes the maintenance of old products as well. It’s almost impossible to systemize everything from the cost standpoint, as well as the time standpoint, but it can be done if we use a robot. However, it can’t be solved unless we use this RPA. The fact that we can tackle this is huge. We thought that we could improve the productivity if we use it. This is what triggered us to implement it. It was shocking for us when we first saw a software that can handle tasks like a human. View full review »
ITAnalys692c
IT Analyst at a manufacturing company with 501-1,000 employees
Sometimes we used simple data loaders or macros from Excel, but nothing more advanced. Our organization began to look at something like this solution because, from a resource standpoint, there was a need to expend more on the workforce. Not having to expand our workforce even more was preferable, if we could carry out these repetitive tasks through an automation. We definitely wanted to leverage that instead of adding more people. View full review »
Scott Francis
CEO at BP3
Our clients use all types of software, whether it's process offer, decision management, RPA and they even use multiple tools of those. Our objective is to make sure we take care of the client, whatever we want to use. However, we've found that our clients are successful with Automation Anywhere, and it's been a good place for us to invest with our clients to achieve great results. View full review »
PrachiYadav
Senior Consultant at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
One of our primary jobs is to consult our clients. We look at the use case and base it on their use case. We do recommend which tool and special functionalities of the tool that they can go for. There have been many times when we have found the use cases to be very complex and the applications very different and a bit complex, but then we have suggested the Automation Anywhere solution and that has worked as well. The criteria of deciding whether RPA should be used goes from the old story that your process should be rule-based, input/output should be structured, and it should be logically described. If it falls into these three simple buckets, then RPA is there. View full review »
RpaDevela833
RPA Developer and BA at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Our decision to go with an RPA solution was one that I made. One of the reasons I was hired into this organization was to drive automation. There was a specific goal for that which I was tasked with. When looking at other options in the market Automation Anywhere seemed to be the company for us for a couple of reasons. One is that when we had our first engagement with Automation Anywhere we felt that they were very customer-focused. We did not see that with the other service providers. They really came prepared when they first met with us. They had all their books, IT, operations, delivery plans and such, so they were able to answer all our questions. They were very flexible in meeting our requirements and needs. They were willing to go out of their way to support us and to ensure that we would succeed in the journey. Some of the service providers even refused to create POC's for us. But Automation Anywhere said they would and they went ahead and created them. View full review »
Engineer0ae1
Engineer at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
In terms of switching to a new solution, as a company, if we grow out of a solution or it's not at a level that will help us with all scenarios within the company, then they will usually look to change. There are many factors they look at, such as return on investment and cost. They will look at all the parameters, but the main parameter will be that it should be very useful to all the different teams. It also needs to be scalable since we have about 50,000 employees. View full review »
SeniorCo515c
Senior Consultant at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
We used to get a lot of emails from the original fund management users (the consumers) asking about their estimated stock prices: monthly and biweekly. This information comes through a lot of emails. We had to read those email, classify and categorize them, then go into a different portal to get some more data, and finally, send them a result in an Excel format. View full review »
RohitShetty
Product Owner of RPA at a mining and metals company with 10,001+ employees
This was our first RPA solution. View full review »
Deepinka Singh
Developer at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
We started with Automation Anywhere. The biggest reason our company chose Automation Anywhere was because we found it more reliable for our operations than any other. Also, the response from Automation Anywhere is really good. View full review »
Reginald Christian
Head IT Operations and Infrastructure at a consultancy with 10,001+ employees
We had a technical evaluation team, which I was part of since I had earlier worked with Automation Anywhere and had a sense of it. We had been evaluating its competitors, but Automation Anywhere's stability and ease of use was great. My past experience with the solution allowed me in my current organization to make the right decision. View full review »
Rajeev Mall
Finance Head of BSO Senior Group Division at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
There were five big criteria: * Cost. * Features and functions. * Global and local support. * Customer service. * Technical support. In our office, there was a full team with a full process and close to 10 to 15 people from procurement, technology, business, and also “gemba”, as I keep calling operations. They went into the evaluation and had a very scientific way of doing so. There was another partner who we felt was very close, but the edge was the customer service and the support. That was the edge. View full review »
Dimitris Papageorgiou
Partner at Ernst & Young
I had other platforms that we did the proof of concepts for, but they didn't go anywhere. I think part of the reason why they didn't go anywhere is because they were not scalable. View full review »
Henry Parrot
Automation Consultant at Neuralify
Customers who I've worked with in the past have told me that they chose Automation Anywhere because of the Bot Games. The great thing about Bot Games is it gives people a chance to really experience RPA. It's one thing to hear about what the tools are capable of, but when you actually get there on the ground and you see what these things can do, that's how you get customer buy-in. That is how you get the people on top and the people on the bottom all to agree that this is a product that we can really use and can add value to our organization today. View full review »
Ayas Mohapatra
Automation Officer at a financial services firm with 201-500 employees
We have used Blue Prism and there are some differences between the two solutions. The first is that Automation Anywhere provides you free training, and Blue Prism does not. You have to take the time to attend class, and you have to pay for the software to do some hands-on. Even then, you don't know if you will get the latest version. On the other hand, with Automation Anywhere, you have the Community Edition. This is good enough for a beginner to learn on. The recording feature in Automation Anywhere helps a lot because you don't have to build everything from scratch, brick-by-brick. Finally, Automation Anywhere is evolving faster than Blue Prism. View full review »
Brian Dsouza
Sr IS Manager at Amgen Inc.
For the last year, we were really focused around using it for the right purposes and processes. We have had fragmented solutions, then we decided to pick one player. We already had the tool (Automation Anywhere). It was more about doubling down on our investment on one product, then really getting good at using it. View full review »
Pratyush Kumar
Delivery Manager, Robotics Process Automation at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
We were not using a solution before Automation Anywhere. View full review »
Kumaran Dayalan
VP of Corporate Finance at Refinitiv
For the kind of company that we have, which predominantly relies on processing our revenue streams, it was a no brainer to move more and more towards AI and RPA (Robotic Process Automation) processing. Genpact proposed Automation Anywhere and we found it to be suitable. View full review »
Dona Manuel
Technical Lead at Titan company
We were not involved in this decision to adopt this product. View full review »
Gopalkrishna Baskarabhatla
Architect at Cisco
Our finance organization needed to transform itself to meet the changing business models. We established the finance transformation office to meet the entire organization's financing transformation needs. As part of that, we identified a couple of quarters ago that RPA was one of the software solutions which could help us automate several of our business processes. This is apart from the re-engineering and re-architecture that we do to transform our entire business process. Now, there can be some use cases within finance which can be transformed through usage of automation software, like Automation Anywhere. We have streamlined several activities, cutting down on manual activities. This has happened over the last six to seven years. View full review »
Businessb9e8
Business Transformation Manager at a maritime company with 10,001+ employees
This is a brand-new implementation. We didn't have a previous solution. View full review »
AnkitAnand
Senior Consultant at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
I was not involved in the decision to adopt Automation Anywhere as that decision was made before I was part of the company. I came in during a phase where we were scaling up on the new deployment. They made the change to Automation Anywhere to more actively adopt the possibilities of automation. View full review »
reviewer1204977
RPA Developer at a insurance company with 10,001+ employees
I have experience with UiPath too. If we talk about Automation Anywhere and UiPath, it's a completely different experience. Our work now is more for the claims and payroll processes where thought and human intervention are involved to process transactions. This is now a completely different experience. Initially, it was a very repetitive task. Now, manual intervention is required. We have to go and read through documents. We have to read through histories. In terms of that, I can rate equally Automation Anywhere and UiPath. However, if we talk about artificial intelligence in 2019 and what Automation Anywhere is coming out with, it is great then. View full review »
Ronaldo Firmo
Automation COE Manager at a mining and metals company with 10,001+ employees
We previously used the product AutoMate. That product had issues working with Java forms, which were extensively used by our ERP solution. View full review »
Architec82e8
Architecht at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We would like to use the IQ Bot only, for PDF extraction. Currently, we are using PDF data extraction and finding whether the data is present. If we go with the IQ Bots, the main reason will be the capability. At the moment we are having some sort of problem with reading the images. We are using OCR and Python for that right now. View full review »
RpaLead259a
RPA Lead at Juniper Networks
In Juniper, we had automation for different tools, like dashboards and visualizations. We used Tableau. Therefore, we upgraded some of the manual gap, then we began to explore other tools at that time. That is how we came to know about Automation Anywhere. View full review »
Sunil Ranka
Founder at Predikly
I come from an investment background, so when we were doing a SWOT analysis of which product to go with we looked at a couple of free products. We looked at UiPath, Automation Anywhere, and Blue Prism. We found that Automation Anywhere was the easiest to use. Their offer was much more appealing compared to the other products, so that's why we ended up choosing them. View full review »
Jayadeep Keeripunathil
IT Manager at Accenture
We wanted to be able to kick-start this journey, so we brought in an automation team, as this is where the whole industry is moving with our clients. From here, we will have success stories year after year. We did not use a previous solution. We were trying to shop around and see what was best for us. Automation Anywhere was always promising and the use cases that we saw were interesting. So, we said, "We'll start with that." It works well so far. View full review »
VpIsGlob37e5
VP IS Global Development at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
This was our first bot solution. We did do our research and looked to our partners to see what they were using, then created a shortlist. This product was on everyone's shortlist. Also, they partner well with IBM, and we have partnered with IBM for years. This made it very attractive and was the key selling point. View full review »
Rakesh Rajagopal
Automation Leader at Hexaware Technologies Limited
It was a strategy from our company. We were looking to reduce the cost of operations for our existing clients. We were looking at different ways in which we could reduce our business, in a way, by reducing costs and get more business from the same clients. So this is where we started, by looking at automation as a major thing for Hexaware itself. It starts from our visions, which aligns very well with what Automation Anywhere provides, as a platform. That is where we started, then we have obviously grown and been able to automate many processes, which helped us to get many deals where we are upfront and able to tell clients how much optimization is possible. This is sort of my role, to showcase to the clients how much automation is feasible, in a particular process. We are quite good at that and have been able to do multiple engagements in this space. View full review »
SystemsAecf6
Systems Analyst at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
When this technology first came to market, I thought it was about robotic things, which we cannot do. However, when I started to learn about Automation Anywhere, it's completely different. It's a user friendly tool with drag and drop commands. A person just needs technical, logical thinking. View full review »
Sangameshwar Biradar
Assistant Professor at Gitam
I heard about this particular technology only last year, and then I completed my certification. I'm impressed with automation and bots. When I first heard the term, I thought that the bots were actual robots. Later, I saw that we were writing the programs and creating the bots for these manual and repetitive tasks. View full review »
Joel Samuel
Manager at Tata Consultancy Services
Our customers get to know about RPA through multiple channels. They are looking to join the race. The push for RPA is usually from bottom to top in a company. Someone does research on RPA then needs to convince management. Afterward, they will contact us to run automation scenarios for them. View full review »
Baskaran Chidambaran
RPA Specialist at Olam International
We kept on hiring resources to do the same type of operations, which increased our team resources. So, our SLAs were not up to the mark. the client that we were supporting was not satisfied. Therefore, we pushed toward RPA to optimize a few areas, such as onboarding employees, company access, and reading invoices from the PDF files. View full review »
Amrit Goswami
Automation Developer at ACronotics.com
In addition to this solution, I have good knowledge of Blue Prism and UiPath. View full review »
Gagnish Relhan
ETL Analyst at a tech vendor with 10,001+ employees
My sales team did the decision-making. We are in negotiations for some other clients, as well. View full review »
HeadOfAu444f
Head of Automation at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
I have personally used RPA before. It is just the buzzword now. At the time, we were looking at or looking at replacing our complex, legacy platform which had a lot of steps. Our multiple, previous software tools that had a lot of Python, Perl-based scripting, and Perl website scrapping plugins. View full review »
TanyaMaheshwari
RPA Lead at Volvo Construction Equipment
We were already using it when I joined the organization. View full review »
SeniorIT8b1c
Senior IT Design Analyst at a retailer with 1,001-5,000 employees
This solution was brand-new. This was our first run on RPA. View full review »
Sunil Ranka
Founder at Predikly
We work exclusively with Automation Anywhere. View full review »
Technica6e74
Technical Lead at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
We did not have a previous solution. View full review »
Saketha Krishna
RPA Architect at Sage IT
I have worked with other solutions and information providers before, and this solution is easier to use. View full review »
ShubhamSinghal
AI and RPA Practice Head at In2IT Technologies
We had a good due-diligence process before we finalized. We compared different aspects like security, reliability, and compliance. AA scored high on the compliance front, so that's why we went with it. View full review »
ChiefArc74eb
Chief Architect at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We did not previously use another solution. View full review »
Eric Dalton
Business Apps at New Jersey Resources Corporation
We were not previously automated in any way. View full review »
Asif Hussain
Senior Project Manager / RPA Architect at Royal Cyber Inc.
We did not use another solution previously. View full review »
RpaDevelfc86
RPA Developer at a pharma/biotech company with 10,001+ employees
I learned about Automation Anywhere from online searches. I trained myself on it. My organization learned about Automation Anywhere from me. View full review »
Automati7e97
Associate Director, Healthcare Technology Solutions at a consultancy with 5,001-10,000 employees
Our business teams pushed for an RPA solution. View full review »
Farid Karmadi
Site Operations Coordinator at a retailer with 5,001-10,000 employees
Automation Anywhere is our first introduction to automation. I'm pretty happy with it. I did ask people who had come from Automation Anywhere about UiPath to get a clear idea about it. I think UX is one of the strongest points for Automation Anywhere which can attract competence to your workbench and work. That's what we have been told. View full review »
Principa4a5a
Principal Analyst at a Consumer Goods with 10,001+ employees
We were using another solution which included manually checking data and Excel and it was apparent we were taking too much time with things that could be automated. When we started using Automation Anywhere we took baby steps to begin to make a difference but it saves time for us and will continue to save more. View full review »
Bruno Rocha
Workforce Coordinator at a mining and metals company with 10,001+ employees
This was our first RPA solution. View full review »
ITDirect5fd0
IT Director at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We did not previously use another automation solution. I heard about this solution through conventions. When we were looking at optimizing our processes, we talked to few vendors and eventually selected Automation Anywhere. We started our evaluation about nine months back. In the last six months, we started the process, and now we have a few bots online. View full review »
Solution1ddf
Solution Manager at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We switched to this solution because our previous solution needed to be updated. View full review »
SeniorAsced7
Senior Associate, IT at a financial services firm with 201-500 employees
We did not use a previous solution. View full review »
reviewer1126875
User at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Previously, we didn’t use this type of product. We needed to lower our overhead costs. View full review »
Operatiobf07
Operations Leader at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We did not switch from what we previously had. View full review »
Associatdd34
Associate Manager at a pharma/biotech company with 10,001+ employees
We did not use another solution prior to this one. Our US company does a lot of traveling and they are always dealing with receipts. It is a small finance group, yet they were doing a lot of manual work. They have to check for things like a matching date and the correct amount. From there, we understood that we need to do something automated. One of our colleagues from the US attended an Automation Anywhere conference and then they implemented this solution after that. View full review »
Bvs Siva
Architect at a software R&D company with 10,001+ employees
We had a lot of manual processes that we wanted to automate. We also had a lot of industry-specific automation tools, but we were not doing bot development. View full review »
RpaBusin938c
RPA Business Lead at World Bank
I think we have gone through UiPath and Blue Prism, besides Automation Anywhere. I wasn't part of this team then, but when I go through the documents I see things related to UiPath and to Blue Prism. View full review »
Payal Handiwala
Automation Architect at Moody's Corporation
When it came to a lot of people in our company just doing mundane, repeatable tasks, we realized that they are not interested in their workflow. So, if we can automate the tasks that are mundane and repeatable, our employees will be able to engage in more higher value tasks, then be happier at work. View full review »
Will Haskell
Supervisor at a energy/utilities company with 5,001-10,000 employees
This is our first RPA solution. We haven't previously used another solution. Our strategy group and IT department were the ones who decided to use Automation Anywhere. View full review »
DigitalAa2c7
Digital Analyst at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Their previous process was terrible, so they started looking at automation as a solution. View full review »
Shreyas Natesh
RPA Developer at Merck KGaA
We did not use another solution prior to this one. Our employees were getting bored of doing the same thing, which is why we started looking into automation. View full review »
AjayPatel
Consultant at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
There was a lot of manual effort being put into our processes, and we decided that we needed automation. View full review »
Jeffery Gant
IT Business Partner at Lyondell Basel Industries
We started looking at solutions that would make the process faster without redesigning it. View full review »
SeniorMada6d
Senior Manager Development at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
We chose Automation Anywhere over other solutions due to the ease of deployment. We had also looked at UiPath, but their deployment was more difficult. We have some on-premise clients, so we were going to have to also deploy Automation Anywhere for them in their environment, and we needed something easy to roll out. View full review »
Infrastr17d7
Infrastructure Manager at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We did not use another solution previously. View full review »
Prabu Baskaran
RPA Specialist at a manufacturing company with 1-10 employees
We went with RPA to reduce human errors. View full review »
Technicaf766
Technical Architect at a software R&D company with 10,001+ employees
We have used UiPath, and some of the features in that solution are superior. View full review »
SeniorMad942
Senior Manager at Genpact - Headstrong
Previously I was using a solution in which we did not have a Control Room. With Automation Anywhere, we have a Control Room which is pretty good. View full review »
RpaDevel40d8
RPA Developer at Verizon Communications
We decided to pursue an RPA software because we had a lot of error prone legacy systems. View full review »
Vandana Khanna
Sr Manager Emerging Tech at Verizon Wireless
Everything was previously manual. We determined by going with an RPA solution that we would save time. View full review »
Alexandre Dusseault
Technical Lead at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We have only ever used Automation Anywhere. View full review »
reviewer1184964
User at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
We did not use another solution prior to this one. View full review »
Vinay Sridhar
IT Team Lead at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We were not using another solution prior to Automation Anywhere. View full review »
ProductM6aa8
Product Manager at a university with 5,001-10,000 employees
Our decision to move to RPA was driven by market analysis and ROI. View full review »
VpCorpFi5a75
VP Corporate Finance Systems at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
We were not using another solution prior to Automation Anywhere. View full review »
reviewer1183908
User
We did not use another solution prior to this one. View full review »
SupplyChe0e0
Supply Chain Manager at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
This was the first time using an RPA solution. Automation Anywhere was our first choice. View full review »
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