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Blueprint has developed an end-to-end RPA replatforming solution that accelerates switching RPA vendors by 3x and reduces costs by 75% when compared to manual redeployments.
Our replatforming solution ingests bots from various RPA tools and deconstructs those automations in Blueprint, enabling conversion and export into other RPA tools with minimal human intervention or development.
Bots are first imported into Blueprint using an import utility. Our Common Object Model (COM) which is Blueprint's mapping engine, deconstructs the source RPA language/script by understanding the different RPA activities and mapping them into a generic Common Object Model.
The ingested Bots are represented within Blueprint as Digital Blueprints, which contain visual process diagrams with interdependencies and associations maintained within the Blueprint platform. Each Bot step is represented as a process step.
You can then export an entire set of processes constituting one or multiple automations. Users can select or deselect individual elements for export to get what they want and choose a template of the target RPA tool into which the automation will be placed. Blueprint identifies the different sets of interconnected processes and presents them, automatically factoring for reused elements.
Upon export, specific actions and parameters are mapped directly into your automation development environment through Blueprint’s integrations with the major RPA tools. For each RPA platform, COM has independent mappings for import and export.
The deconstruction and conversion of automated processes is made possible with Blueprint’s Common Object Model (COM), our proprietary mapping engine.
You can find all of our RPA replatforming demos on our Product Demo Videos page.
If you're interested in seeing how Blueprint's RPA replatforming solution accelerates redeployments between specific RPA tools, click one of the links below: