TOP 3 RPA TOOLS COMPARISON

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TOP 3 RPA TOOLS COMPARISON

TOP 3 RPA TOOLS COMPARISON

Check out the comparison of three leading RPA Tools Automation Anywhere, UI Path, Blue Prism in terms of different aspects:

1.  LEARNING:-

AUTOMATON ANYWHERE: Developer Friendly- Basic developer

UI Path:  Visual design – Faster Implementation

Blue Prism:

  • Programming skills required.
  • Ability to create business objects and manage them in the control center

2. RE-USE:-

AUTOMATON ANYWHERE: Using Smart Adapters – A product feature in AA, unique re-usable automation blocks can be created

UI Path:  

·        Build modular automation and reuse at the workflow level . Extend UiPath functionality via custom activities or various integration.

·        Can be used for various integration services with different workflow modules hence scoring high on re usability.

Blue Prism: Once a library of Blue Prism business objects exists, those objects can be reused across multiple processes

 3. COGNITIVE CAPABILITY:-

AUTOMATON ANYWHERE: Medium

UI Path:  Low

Blue Prism: Low

4. ACCURACY:-

AUTOMATON ANYWHERE: Reasonable accuracy across mediums

UI Path:  Shines in Citrix Automation. Designed for BPO automation

Blue Prism: Desktop, web and Citrix automation available

 5. ROBOTS:-

AUTOMATON ANYWHERE: Front Office & Backoffice Robots.

UI Path:  Front Office & Backoffice Robots.

Blue Prism:

  • Back Office Automation Only
  • (Batch Automation /Unattended Automation).

6. OPERATIONAL SCALABILITY:-

AUTOMATON ANYWHERE: Capacity Of Handling Large Scale Robot Deployment Is Limited..

UI Path:  While Debugging Features Exist In Uipath, They Frequently Fail/Crash In Medium/Large Project.

Blue Prism:

  • Superior Debugging Allowing You To View All Assigned Data During Runtime And Step Out Of, Into And Over Components Flawlessly.
  • Speed Of Execution Is Very High
  • Very Good Capacity Of Handling Large Scale Robot Deployments.

7. RECORDERS (MACRO READERS):-

AUTOMATON ANYWHERE:

  • Yes ( Faster Process Mapping)
  • Optional To Use And Recorded Actions Can Be Tweaked.
  • Smart Record, Web Record And Screen Record Options Available.

UI Path:

  • Yes ( Faster Process Mapping)
  • Optional To Use And Recorded Actions Can Be Tweaked.

Blue Prism:

  • No (Does Not Exist).
  • Blue Prism Advocates Use Of Business Objects In Automation As Opposed To Re-Usable Scripts (Bo Can Be Scaled Faster And Easier).

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8. ARCHITECTURE:-

AUTOMATON ANYWHERE: Client Server Architecture.

UI Path: Web Based Orchestrator.

Blue Prism: Client Server Architecture.

9. ACCESS:-

AUTOMATON ANYWHERE: App Based Access Only.

UI Path: Browser And/or Mobile Access.

Blue Prism: App Based Access Only.

10. PROCESS DESIGNER:-

AUTOMATON ANYWHERE: Script Based.

UI Path:

  • Visual Process Designer.
  • Lack Of Control.
  • No Coding.
  • Neither C# Nor Vb Script Can Be Run.

Blue Prism:

  • Visual Process Designer And Complete Control. Point Blank Approach.
  • Speed Of Implementation Can Be Controlled (Which Is Very High) By Anchoring Browser Based Automation.

11. BASE TECHNOLOGY:-

AUTOMATON ANYWHERE: Microsoft

UI Path: Microsoft – Sharepoint Wf, Elasticsearch, Kibana.

Blue Prism: C#

12. RELIABILITY:-

AUTOMATON ANYWHERE: High

UI Path: Moderate

Blue Prism: Very High

13. PRICING:-

AUTOMATON ANYWHERE: Higher Cost Of Deployment.

UI Path: Aggressive, Attractive Entry Level Pricing.

Blue Prism:

  • High Cost Of Acquisition
  • Limited Training Available Only Through Bp
  • Limited Training Available Only Through Bp
  • High Cost Of Training
  • Double The Cost Of Uipath

 14. CERTIFICATION AND EDUCATION:-

AUTOMATON ANYWHERE: Recently Launched

UI Path: Free Online Training And Certification Programs Available On Uipath Academy.

Blue Prism:

  • The Program Features Three Certifications (Delivery Provider, Capability Provider And Service Provider), Each With Two Levels: Silver And Gold.
  • Documentation Not Available On Open Forums

 

By | 2018-07-27T08:53:23+00:00 May 2nd, 2018|Recent Updates, RPA Training|0 Comments

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