Using Automation Anywhere, I have created about 300 tasks and about 150 executables using the Create EXE feature of Automation Anywhere Premier. Within 2-3 minutes I can create a new task for a new customer.
was surprised by how much the software cost in a good way. The number of things you can do is impressive compared to its competitors, especially for the price, and I think that’s a massive plus for Automation Anywhere.
The key to this solution was to make the task screen independent. Because it needed to be deployed on multiple machines, screen resolutions, loading times, etc., were bound to be varied and the automated task took this into account, thus running a seamless automated analysis.
Automation Anywhere gave us the ability to set up a fail-over system for our printers, so that if a printer fails overnight, another printer automatically takes over. Several of the competing automation packages we tested didn’t have that capability, and it was a big selling point, because redundancy is very important for us. We need to be confident that when we arrive in the morning we will find letters printed and waiting for us, even if a printer fails or jams or runs out of paper.
Automation Anywhere made it possible to integrate a legacy system with Documentum without requiring any changes to the legacy system. Solution deployment was a breeze, and users loved the efficiency they achieved using Documentum as backend for content repository.
In addition to being able to accomplish tasks faster and with less direct interaction from a human, our processes are being accomplished more reliably and with fewer errors. Automation Anywhere also allows us to better organize and store validation data related to our client builds, making it easier to reference how a client was built in the past.
Automation Anywhere made it possible to integrate a legacy system with Documentum without requiring any changes to the legacy system. Solution deployment was breeze and users loved the efficiency they achieved using Documentum as backend for content repository.
A key factor with Automation Anywhere was that it gave me lots of options. I could use the Web recorder to do data capture, so I didn’t have to worry about mice locations or keystrokes. Also, I could automate a script by recording keyboard and mouse actions, then I could manually edit the script and type in commands. Or I could add or remove commands using the drag-and-drop Automation Anywhere menu choices. So I could bounce between the tools. The other applications I tried all had limitations. For example, they wouldn’t let
me start a Web browser, do Web captures and save them, stop that process, use the keyboard, and open SnagIt to take screenshots and convert them to jpeg. With the other
tools, I couldn’t mix all the functionalities, but Automation Anywhere allows me to use all three. And it’s quite simple – it doesn’t take years of programming experience, or months of learning Visual Basic scripting I find Automation Anywhere very powerful to use. It’s definitely one of the best things I’ve bought in awhile.
I recognized the ROI and price point of Automation Anywhere right off the bat. The very reasonable cost of the application, plus the easy learning curve, have already repaid the purchase price two or three times over. There’s no question about the ROI, because it formerly took a significant chunk of one or more staff persons’ time to capture the required data manually.
I have been using the automation software for about a year and a half now and I am very impressed by its reliability, versatility, and the quality and speed of responses from the Automation Anywhere technical support staff.
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