Below you will find answers we get from organizations that are interested in RPA Supervisor.
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Yes, you can! We offer access to your own sandbox environment with full access rights where you can get hands-on experience with it. Contact us for a quick introduction and we'll send you logins and user manuals for your very own sandbox environment.
We also provide PoC licenses if you prefer to try it within your own infrastructure and on your own automated processes. PoC can be based on installing RPA Supervisor on-premise or we can host it in the cloud for you. Contact us for a quick introduction and instructions for the installation.
Our price model is based on the number of RPA licenses it controls.
There are no limitations to the number of users, processes or items worked.
Yes, we do! We offer both monthly and annual purchase agreements and billing options.
Monthly agreements are automatically renewed unless cancelled by the customer.
No. One main advantage of RPA Supervisor is that you do not need to make amendments to your existing automated processes. It can even run side by side with existing schedules in RPA . RPA Supervisor provides a smooth transition from schedules to Workflows (RPA Supervisors way of grouping business processes).
RPA Supervisor supports all major RPA platforms including Blue Prism, UiPath, Automation Anywhere & MS Power Automate
The installation of RPA Supervisor itself takes from a few minutes to a few hours depending on whether it is a hosted solution or installed on-premise or in your own cloud. The infrastructure preparations and IIS server installation vary from organization to organization.
Implementation and onboarding is easy. There are a few general settings to apply. After that, it is all about onboarding the individual automated processes. Each process only takes a few minutes.
We recommend that you read our user-manuals and best practices first and then create a few standard options for response times, resource groups and working hours.
This means that RPA Supervisor dynamically prioritizes 24/7 based on the desired Service Level for each business process, the actual workload and the availability of resources. The main elements of the SLA are:
RPA Supervisor monitors all machines and has the ability to reboot any machines that is not performing as expected. RPA Supervisor is also able to log-in and out machines in order to run processes as different users. This is very useful in environments where many departments or different parts of an organization share the bot services. See more info in our detailed info here.
We have 50+customers world-wide, with environments ranging from 2 to 400 Blue Prism licenses in production.
This means that The RPA Supervisor software is certified by Veracode, which in turns means that security is maintained in a good way throughout the code
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