Wednesday 11th September, 2019
Blue Prism has announced the availability of its latest connected-RPA offering (Enterprise V6.6). This latest release of Blue Prism’s Digital Workforce enables C-suite executives to automate more strategically and at scale, helping organisations respond, collaborate, share innovations and deploy new services.
The latest security, availability and usability features are easily accessible and downloadable (either on-premises or in the cloud), allowing organisations to achieve stronger business outcomes. Blue Prism is delivering an end-to-end automation platform, which includes access to digital workers from the cloud as well as its Digital Exchange (DX) marketplace.
Blue Prism’s DX works like an “app store” for intelligent automation, comprising of hundreds of applications accessible to customers, resellers and technology partners.
Companies like ABBYY, Appian, Google and others have collaborated with Blue Prism to collectively post hundreds of assets allowing partners to bring their capabilities to numerous industries via the DX. The DX currently offers more than 150 Google APIs, so users can add intelligent automation capabilities to their digital workers on the fly.
“For RPA to reach its full potential, simplifying how this technology is delivered, consumed and integrated with existing enterprise systems and standards must be front and center,” says Maureen Fleming, Program Vice President, Intelligent Process Automation at IDC. “This extends to supporting secure RPA cloud services and making it simple for end users to experiment, deploy and scale their automation projects.”
“We’re delivering simplified access, either on-premises or in the cloud, to our connected-RPA offering making it more ubiquitous and easier to consume,” says Dave Moss, CTO and Co-Founder of Blue Prism. “We are adding this flexibility without compromising on key enterprise features such as security and scalability, which are the hallmarks of Blue Prism. We’ve eliminated the guess work and taken out any objections or barriers, so innovators and business leaders can begin their RPA journey.”