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ProcessRobot Introduction

Process Robot is a powerful, yet surprisingly easy to use, Enterprise grade RPA solution.

It is designed to allow you to meet the needs of your enterprise today while being able to scale instantly in the future, no matter the size or complexity of your business.

It consists of the Process Robot Server, a SQL Server and the client tools/Components that can be purchased separately (one or more than once each).

The option to buy as many Components as you need, allows ProcessRobot to adapt to your business structure, helping you make the most of your hardware and human resources.

Below, the ProcessRobot architecture is displayed:


These five Components are:

1. The Control Desk

This is the Component through which Users can monitor and control their ProcessRobot installation. Among others, the Control Desk:

  1. Automates distribution of Processes and Robot workload across the enterprise.

  2. Allows Users to set Triggers and Schedules that can automatically start Processes based on specific events or the date and time.

  3. Grants Users the ability to allow or deny specific ProcessRobot permissions to different User Roles.

  4. Offers access to advanced features like Audit or Robot Pools.

Please keep in mind that the first User to open the Control Desk after the installation will automatically become an Administrator.

ProcessRobot also offers a Web Console.

This is a simplified version of the Control Desk that is accessible through the Internet. The Web Console includes Cumulative Graph Flows that allow you to monitor and analyze your workflow over time.

2. The Process Studio

Process Studio is where a Developer may build, debug and test the Processes, which will be deployed to run on Robots (Solobots or Sidebots) later on.

Through this Component, Users may:

  1. construct automated Processes, using a uniquely powerful and easy-to-use interactive interface called Process Designer.

  2. access interactive features that allow them to automate Processes without coding knowledge, or even build their own custom Actions.

  3. begin the Process Lifecycle, where Processes are created and edited in Development, tested in Review, and finally deployed in Production through the Control Desk.

  4. exchange Processes and User Libraries with other ProcessRobot Users, through the Import and Export functionality.

3. The ProcessRobot Insights Dashboards (Analytics Tools):

Insights Dashboard is a business intelligence analytics tool built into ProcessRobot.

Insights Dashboard allows for custom KPI tracking and monitoring, and can be used to create reports on the data produced by Processes.

It consists of two Components:

a) The Insights Dashboards Designer, which allows Users to:

  1. Customize their own KPIs.

  2. Generate visual representations of the collected data

  3. Perform analytics and real-time monitoring of organizationational goals.


b) The Insights Dashboard Viewer:

This allows Users to:

  1. View and interact with Dashboards.

  2. Export Dashboards as a PDF or Image file.

4. Sidebots

Sidebots are Robots designed to work alongside a human User, in Attended Automation.

5. Solobots:

Solobots are autonomous, independent full time employees (FTE) that can login to a workstation and perform tasks in Unattended Automation.Solobot