Bot Store Gains Momentum with Enhanced UX and Exciting New Bots

AZIZ KHAN | May 4, 2018

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Since its launch at Imagine - our premier customer conference in London a few weeks back, the Bot Store has been buzzing with activity. We’ve had more than 10,000 visitors so far who browsed the Bot Store and downloaded a variety of bots from Automation Anywhere and our partners.

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