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We are looking for automation processes and we read about automation anywhere. We do have a regular automated functional testing tool. Why can't we use them in production versus buying huge license product such as automation anywhere? Writing automation in a functional testing tool involves development effort but it heavily reduces license cost versus automation anywhere RPA.

Can someone expertise in automation anywhere please explain how RPA is different in this perspective?

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RPA technologies are relatively easier to create automation with those tools (they are almost like scratch programming, using diagram flow to create common tasks and processes) so even business people can own the robot and edit when necessary.

Companies nowadays are creating RPA teams to create a repository of objects or API's and then the business units with a lower level of programming skills can just develop their specific process using those objects pre-made by the real developers.

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