OpenBots RPA Platform Vs. Microsoft Power Automate

In this platform comparison virtual event, we will compare two next-generation RPA platforms – OpenBots and Power Automate


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Join Us for a Comparison Between OpenBots RPA Platform and Microsoft Power Automate

An essential part of your digital transformation journey is implementing Robotic Process Automation (RPA) in your organization. The decision includes choosing an RPA platform that enables automations at scale.

Choosing an RPA Platform for Your Organization

With many different options available in the market, selecting the right RPA tool that fits your organization’s needs is a challenging exercise.

Choosing an RPA tool will require a careful analysis of its capabilities and how it aligns with your organization’s technology architecture. Most importantly, stakeholders should ensure it allows them to build automations at scale with a measurable return on investment.

In this platform comparison virtual event, we will compare two next-generation Robotic Process Automation platforms – OpenBots and Microsoft Power Automate.

RPA Tools Built to Help You Scale Your Business

OpenBots is a full-featured automation platform and is unique in offering a zero-bot licensing model built for automation scalability.

“Almost all RPA vendors charge you by the bot and then charge additional usage-based orchestration fees. When using OpenBots, you can build unlimited bots without any license fees, and you only pay for usage-based Cloud Orchestration,” said OpenBots CEO Ashish Nangla.

Read more about how OpenBots is helping organizations become elastic by responding to market demands in a recent press release.

Microsoft Power Automate is an emerging RPA platform and has an influential position with a full-power platform stack.

Event Speakers

Karan Sehgal, Chief Customer Officer @OpenBots

Cameron Herwig, Product Manager @OpenBots

Ashish Nangla, CEO and CTO @OpenBots

Who Should Attend?

RPA developers, citizen developers, partners, and business leaders interested in RPA development and implementation.

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Date

Dec 16 2021
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Time

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

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