Automation Anywhere records 100,000 downloads in its Bot Store

Developers can create recurring revenue streams in the online marketplace

Enterprises can download bots to automate various business applications.
Enterprises can download bots to automate various business applications.

Automation Anywhere, the robotic process automation (RPA) company, announced today that it has achieved 100,000 bot downloads from its Bot Store since it launched just 19 months ago.

This development underscores RPA as one of the fastest-growing enterprise software categories in the world. According to Gartner, RPA software revenue grew 63.1% in 2018 to $846 million, making it the fastest-growing segment of the global enterprise software market. Gartner expects RPA software revenue to reach $1.3 billion in 2019.

“Achieving 100,000 bot downloads in less than two years emphasizes the rapid trajectory of RPA, while enabling organisations worldwide to maximize operating efficiencies and reduce business costs,” said Max Mancini, executive vice president of the digital worker ecosystem at Automation Anywhere. “Bots and Digital Workers downloaded from Bot Store help organisations complete their automation projects up to 70% faster and at half the cost, while leveraging the knowledge of technical experts, developers and our partners.”

Automation Anywhere’s Bot Store is an online marketplace for automation software for developers, subject matter experts and Automation Anywhere partners. The Bot Store now offers 600 bots that can automate routine tasks, as well as 20 Digital Workers that offer a set of skills to automate parts of a traditional job role.

With the Bot Store, enterprises also have the ability to download bots to automates business applications from organisations such as Atlassian, Oracle, SAP and Workday. The Bot Store also enables independent software vendors (ISVs) to build recurring revenue streams.

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