Automation Anywhere Named a Leader in the 2023 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Automation

Automation Anywhere, the leader in artificial intelligence-based automation solutions, today announced that Gartner has honored it as a Leader for the fifth year in a row in the Magic Quadrant for Automation Anywhere. in July 2023. ‘automation. Automation Anywhere is recognized as a leader in vision and execution.

Automation Anywhere was previously named a Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrants 2019-2022 for Robotic Process Automation. As part of its rapid innovation drive, the company recently launched the first series of innovations that integrate generalized AI into its Automation Success platform. These solutions securely put general AI to work in enterprise applications, documents, business teams, and developers to increase productivity across the organization.

“AI is at the core of Automation Anywhere’s DNA, and we are moving quickly to deliver intelligent automation solutions that help businesses close the significant productivity gaps they face,”
“We help our clients integrate generative AI capabilities into their automation efforts within their organizations. We will continue to deliver intelligent automation solutions that enable businesses to dramatically increase productivity, improve customer service and accelerate growth.”
Adi Kuruganti, Chief product at Automation Anywhere.

Achieving the Gartner Magic Quadrant is the culmination of specific market research, providing insight into the relative position of competitors in the market. The Magic Quadrant provides the graphical competitive position of four types of technology vendors, in markets with strong growth and clear differentiation between vendors:
Leaders are doing well with their current vision and are well positioned for the future; visionaries understand where the market is headed or have a vision of changing market rules, but they haven’t executed them well; niche players who manage to focus on a small niche either don’t have precise enough goals and aren’t innovative enough or don’t outperform others; The challengers are doing a good job today or can dominate a large segment, but don’t seem to understand the direction of the market.