Micro Focus Robotic Process Automation Overview

Micro Focus Robotic Process Automation is the #22 ranked solution in our list of best RPA tools. It is most often compared to UiPath: Micro Focus Robotic Process Automation vs UiPath

What is Micro Focus Robotic Process Automation?

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) technology creates digital factories to automate and integrate any repetitive administrative task in order to take the mundane out of work. Micro Focus test automation solutions offer tools that allow companies to easily create bots to automate rule-driven business processes.

Micro Focus Robotic Process Automation is also known as Micro Focus RPA.

Buyer's Guide

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Pricing Advice

What users are saying about Micro Focus Robotic Process Automation pricing:
  • "The pricing model is very straightforward. You can have a one-year or three-year subscription. You pay for each robot that you want to use simultaneously. If you want, you can install 50 robots and get 50 licenses. If you want to use only one robot at a time, you just need one license. For each license, you pay around 10% or 15% to support. You pay for the license, and you pay a small percentage of the cost of the license for support. This is their licensing model, which is very easy to understand."

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Senior Consultant at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
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It lets us automate almost anything and is very easy to work with

What is our primary use case?

We are using Micro Focus Robotic Process Automation (RPA) to automate some monthly procedures to get information from a project and portfolio management tool. This tool does not have any API to use. Therefore, we are using Micro Focus RPA to get information from this tool to help us automate the creation of the monthly reports. We have only one developer developing the automation, and the product is working in a self-contained mode.

Pros and Cons

  • "It lets us automate almost anything, even with the legacy tools. It is very easy for us now to automate with legacy tools, which used to be difficult earlier. We work with a lot of other automation tools from Micro Focus, such as Operation Orchestration, but these tools can only connect to the API. So, there was a gap when we wanted to automate older and legacy tools that didn't have any API to connect to. We can now also automate without any changes in the customer environment. We don't need to change anything in the way that the customer environment works."
  • "It currently supports only on-premises deployments. They can include support for cloud deployments. It should provide us the ability to choose a robot for executing a workflow. We want to control which robot executes a certain workflow. Right now, it automatically chooses the robot that is going to execute our workflow. It should also provide the ability to get filters on the outputs of the steps. We have each workflow as a step, and each step has some output. We would like to have the functionality to execute some script or some logic on these outputs to format the tests directly on the variables."

What other advice do I have?

My advice to anyone who is looking for an RPA tool is to present a use case that they feel comfortable with to the vendor and ask the vendor to show them how the tool can help them with that use case. I would rate Micro Focus Robotic Process Automation an eight out of ten. It is a very strong product with a lot of functionalities, and it is very easy to work with. I might be a little biased because I know the product, and I have experience in using other products from Micro Focus. I have tried small demonstrations of other products, but I am not so familiar with them.