OpenBots is created on a .NET framework in C#. The OpenBots team, which has years of experience in RPA Automation as well as Product Development, has been working religiously to make the software accessible to all.
FREMONT, CA: The RPA automation world was launched to a new player in the Open Source Automation game. After two years of research and product development, OpenBots released the very first completely free as well as open-source process automation tool suite that offers development, discovery, and bot orchestration capabilities to all users through its RPA Studio, Server, as well as Discovery software.
Ashish Nangla, the CTO of OpenBots, comes from an extensive IT as well as an automation background and is a renowned subject matter expert in ML, AI, RPA, user experience, and similar topics. Nangla believes that the RPA market was a natural fit for an open-source model since, unlike other enterprise software, most commercial RPA software requires maintenance, extensive implementation, and support services on top of license costs.
"OpenBots is our attempt to fulfill a promise," stated Nangla. "We want everyone to be able to create enterprise-grade simple to complex automations, very quickly, with little effort, and at very little cost. Our slogan 'Open Source Automation for All' explains our initiative very clearly. We want the democratization of automation and the widespread availability of the tools."
OpenBots is created on a .NET framework in C#. The OpenBots team, which has years of experience in RPA Automation as well as Product Development, has been working religiously to make the software accessible to all. Users can now invest less time coding as well as more time building functional solutions on a robust, continuously improving framework. Created by developers for developers, the platform is an open-source tool, so the active community, as well as the ability to make changes to the tool on the basis of individual requirements, is a beneficial functionality.