Most of our automation happens on Automation Anywhere.
While the automation is being done, we use it as a platform. Then, depending on the number of users/ bots needed, we apply for the corresponding licenses.
The good thing about Automation Anywhere is that any process:
1. Which is repetitive, rule-based, and only requires you to do collect/ edit information on the application frontend can be automated.
Therefore, Automation Anywhere makes for a good use case.
2.Wherever the process is deterministic, with no decisions to be made, you can use it.
It can automate any processes where
3. Process is well established, standard, or stable, and there are not many changes in the process. For example, a simple task, such as logging into a website, launching a website and doing systematic steps on the website, can easily be captured to Automation Anywhere. I see lot of applications, especially in finance and accounting domain.
You might have a lot of steps where you need to either extract data, repeat data, or collect data. All of those processes can be automated through RPA, and especially Automation Anywhere. You can use even automation from the server side, not just websites. The only constraint is that the process should not require human intervention and decision making.