Automation Anywhere: Tackling RPA at scale

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Automation Anywhere, one of the RPA technology market’s leading vendors, offers a growing suite of tools to drive digital operations at scale. Top takeaways On a fast-growth trajectory Automation Anywhere was founded in 2003 by current CEO Mihir Shukla (formerly of Kiva Software, Netscape, Infoseek and OmniSky) and several colleagues. Initially a provider of macro-based […]

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Data Ethics, the Automation Bonanza and Secret Contracts

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Digital technologies are changing work and the workplace faster than ever before. In this 35’23” episode Neil Ward-Dutton and Craig Wentworth talk about the UK Government’s new moves to establish a data ethics framework; the challenge of navigating through today’s fast-moving marketplace of automation technologies; and developments in blockchain to enable privacy in the execution […]

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Automation Anywhere’s $250m funding: another nosebleed valuation?

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Yesterday RPA specialist vendor Automation Anywhere announced it’s raised $250m from a number of venture capital firms including NEA (also led investment in Appian pre-IPO and invested in Salesforce, Workday and others) and Goldman Sachs Growth Equity. What’s going on? The funding round values Automation Anywhere at about $1.8bn – that’s somewhere between 50x and […]

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Dropbox, Salesforce, Automation Anywhere, Digital transformation troubles and more

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Digital technologies are changing work and the workplace faster than ever before. In this 40’28” episode Research Director Neil Ward-Dutton and Principal Analyst Craig Wentworth focus on Dropbox’s evolving relationship with Salesforce as it readies for IPO; Automation Anywhere’s new Bot Store and what it means for the integration technology space; the ‘Cinderella’ parts of digital […]

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IBM, Automation Anywhere tie up for RPA push

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IBM is partnering with Automation Anywhere, one of the highest-profile Robotic Process Automation (RPA) vendors, to help it fill a key gap in its digital business automation portfolio. It’s a move that makes sense for both sides. After an initial wave of adoption within Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) providers – automating the factories of the […]

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