Automation Anywhere announced early access to Automation 360, the AI-powered automation platform on Google Cloud


    Automation Anywhere, on 27th April 2021 announced early access to Automation 360, the firm’s integrated, cloud-native, AI-powered automation platform on Google Cloud – the industry’s fastest and easiest way to get clients started with their RPA journey.

    The cloud RPA recently revealed integration with Google Cloud. It comprises a web-based Control Room, Bot Creator, Bot Insight, and the ability to choose a software bot from the company’s Bot Store, an online marketplace for enterprise-grade, ready-to-deploy intelligent automation from a vast ecosystem.

    “Our partnership illustrates the power of automation and the ability for our joint customers to begin using cloud-native, web-based RPA immediately to digitally transform their business,” said Chris Riley, Chief Revenue Officer, Automation Anywhere. “Together, Google Cloud and Automation Anywhere offer customers a frictionless automation experience and a fast, easy way to remove the cost and deployment barriers that might have previously prevented organizations from blazing the cloud RPA trail.”

    Customers of Google Cloud can utilize Automation 360 to automate a wide range of tedious, repetitive business processes in the front office, back-office, or any office. Employee productivity will rise as a result, and workers will be able to devote more of their intellect and ingenuity to higher-order business tasks and knowledge work.

    “Automation Anywhere on Google Cloud allows organizations to streamline processes across applications running in the cloud as well as legacy, on-premises systems,” said Avanish Sahai, Vice President, Partnerships at Google Cloud. “We’re excited for customers to join this early access program and look forward to continuing our work with Automation Anywhere to help businesses quickly deploy and scale RPA capabilities on Google Cloud.”

    According to a recent report, in Q3 2020, 67 percent of Automation Anywhere’s new clients chose cloud deployment, showing that the cloud is quickly becoming the preference for RPA deployment. Automation 360 is currently available on Google Cloud at

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