Automation Anywhere Announces World’s First Integrated Process Discovery Solution

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A recent press release states, “Automation Anywhere, a global leader in Robotic Process Automation (RPA), today announced the world’s first integrated artificial intelligence (AI)-driven process discovery solution that discovers business processes and with one-click creates bots to automate them. Automation Anywhere Discovery Bot uses AI and machine learning to automatically capture and analyze user actions to uncover common, repetitive process steps as employees navigate between business applications. It then prioritizes automation opportunities by potential return on investment (ROI) and develops RPA bots – accelerating the process automation journey for organizations. Research by Automation Anywhere shows that nearly 80 percent of manual, repetitive front-and-back office business tasks that can be automated, remain undiscovered. Traditional, manual process discovery methods are slow and time consuming  and the ROI is uncertain.”

The release continues, “The new, intelligent, automatic process discovery technology – built on top of the company’s cloud-native  intelligent automation platform – leverages years of investment in RPA, AI and machine learning to increase the pace of process discovery and automation. As a zero-client solution, it can be easily deployed across the enterprise and allows business users, IT and developers to collaborate via the same web-based interface and reduce the time spent understanding business process workflows. Gartner estimates that ‘by 2023, 50 percent of new RPA scripts will be dynamically generated,’ through process discovery technology, and ‘by 2024, organizations will lower operational costs by 30 percent percent by combining hyperautomation technologies with redesigned operational processes’.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

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