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Datamatics TruBot is a proprietary product for Robotic Process Automation software. TruBot is a versatile, multi-skilled bot that automates a range of repetitive and rule-based processes without any manual intervention. When powered with Artificial Intelligence, it can recognize and replicate human actions, creating a smarter bot that can make informed decisions.
Visual designer with workflow, drag-and-drop options to easily design the process in TruBot Designer
Seamless recording between web, desktop and SAP
A rich component library of 200+ ready-to-use components, making designing low code and enabling rapid deployment
Operational monitoring and control of historical data for Bot execution, status and notifications
Integrated data capture, powered by AI and fuzzy logic
Enhanced security with privileged security access powered by CyberArk
Integration with TruAI text Analytics Engine
Bot execution mapped to multiple Bot stations for failover, ensuring optimal utilization of bots
Monitor Robotic Process Automation program benefits at business level with integrated analytics
Proactively check the health of Bots in terms of Availability of Bot station, validity of processes, credentials etc.
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Robotic Process Automation or RPA bots emulate human actions done during executing repetitive, rule based processes. The RPA bots are pre-programed by a business user to execute those actions by using a universal recorder feature, which works quite similar to a macro in MS Office suite. The big difference between a universal recorder and a macro is that the universal recorder is used to record a process across multiple touch points, including MS Office, ERP systems, Citrix environment, web environment, Cloud applications, bespoke applications, PDFs, and what have you.
RPA automates processes through surface integration sans any API involvement. It allows to implement digital transformation even in legacy application dominant environment due to its non-invasive nature.
RPA allows to scale up operations by manifolds by using the existing number of full time equivalent or FTE resources. It improves efficiency and productivity by 10x. RPA business transformation allows quick return on investment, improves accuracy, revenue earnings, and compliance.
RPA is used in all business verticals to automate repetitive rule-based tasks. These include banking financial services and insurance, health care, travel & hospitality, market research, public sector units, manufacturing and logistics, education sector, international organizations, etc.
Attended bots depend on activation triggers that are set off by a Human-in-the-Loop or in an intermediate step in a process. Unattended bots execute as per pre-defined logic and are an integral part of a process flow.
TruBot RPA is Datamatics’ Robotic Process Automation software product. TruBot RPA can be used for both attended and unattended automation and supports both on-premises and cloud deployments.
Core architectural components of TruBot RPA product include TruBot Designer, TruBot Cockpit, TruBot Analytics, and software robots. By using these components, TruBot RPA enables development of enterprise-grade digital workforce, or software robots. It automates repetitive, rule based tasks and swivel chair.
Yes, TruBot RPA supports deployment in a cloud environment. On-premises deployment is also supported.
The Universal Recorder feature allows TruBot RPA to record a process as it is executed manually for the first time while generating a low code syntax in the process, such that it can be replicated over and over. The 500+ in-built library components with the drag-and-drop features allows to make the generated syntax much stronger. Multiple such syntaxes can be combined to form a longer process. By collaborating with Visual Studio Designer engineers, the low-code syntax can be extended to automate more complex processes.
RPA RoI is calculated by taking into account the number of processes that are automated, the number of resources that are required to automate those processes, percentage of the daily time that the resource would utilize to complete the task, and the annual compensation required to deploy those resources. The RoI is also influenced to some extent by the geography in which it is deployed due to the inherent variances in cost of living. Click here to calculate the RPA RoI for your business.