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10 RPA Vendors to Watch

Robotic process automation offers enterprises a way to leapfrog to the benefits of digital transformation. Here are 10 vendors that can help in your efforts.
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While there are several other RPA vendors and startups out there, we've chosen just three more to check out. Here are the final three.

Another Monday

Based in Germany, Another Monday recently launched offices in the U.S., but still sells its RPA platform mainly to the German-speaking regions of Europe, according to Gartner. The company provides an enterprise platform for governance of bots, and plans to extend its capabilities to monitoring and control of third party bots, too. This one is in Forrester's Contenders tier and Gartner's Visionaries quadrant

Kofax

Based in Irvine, California, Kofax offers RPA plus a number of other technologies such as a business process management platform and machine learning and analysis tools. The company got into the market after acquiring Kapow in 2012, which included web API technology that gathers and processes data from internal and external sites. Today's technology includes RoboServers that can be deployed via Docker containers, which is more cost effective than traditional deployments using managed virtual machines, according to Forrester. Gartner puts this company in the Niche Players quadrant, and Forrester places it in the Strong Performers tier. 

Kryon

Kryon is a growing player that won its most recent round of venture funding in February. Based in Tel Aviv, the company is focused on global expansion and further development of its technology platform. Forrester and Gartner both say the company's customers number only about 100, but the company lists AIG, American Express, Santander Bank, and Wyndham Hotel Group among them. Kryon is in Forrester's Strong Performers tier. Gartner has placed the company in its Niche Players quadrant.

 

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