EdgeVerve witnessed 9th March 2019 becoming the day of celebration for many automation enthusiasts.
Thanks to The Big Bot League, RPA professionals and automation enthusiasts explored the Community Edition of our award-winning RPA tool, AssistEdge, set new benchmarks with their own bots and turned the otherwise normal Saturday into a very exciting, knowledgeable and inspiring day.
The AssistEdge Community Edition is designed for RPA enthusiasts such as students, independent developers, Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) and enterprise users to self-learn automation and join the rising Artificial Intelligence (AI) revolution. The AssistEdge Community Edition comes pre-built with several features that can be leveraged to integrate automation out of the box, and within a few simple clicks.
This automation event was an opportunity for students and professionals to understand the relevance of automation to enterprises and realize how RPA as a technology is radically evolving in the digital world. It gave EdgeVerve a chance to groom young talent, help them gain more visibility into automation and enable RPA ready smarter workforce by leveraging the benefits of AssistEdge Community Edition.
CONTEST & WINNERS
The Big Bot League was attended by 500 participants comprising of automation enthusiasts, professionals, engineers and tech students from across the country. The registered participants were given challenges to create their own bots using the easy-to-use AssistEdge Community Edition automation platform.
The 6 top teams who created the best bots in the fastest time won The Big Bot League.
Amongst the professional teams, first prize was won by Team Techief, second prize by Team Why So serious and third place was won by Team Kryptonites
Amongst the amateur teams, Team Bits Please won the first prize, Mr. Aravindraj won the second prize and Team Mad Squads won the third prize.
We are ecstatic and that’s a very small word to use, this was one of the most amazing learning sessions we have had so far
-Team Bits Please, winners in the amateur track
We had never used AssistEdge Community Edition software earlier. We struggled a bit in the beginning but once we started working on it, things started coming around. It was interesting to work with this software and it was pretty challenging and nice. AssistEdge Community Edition software is really good for someone to design workflow for the given task easily.