Automation Anywhere - RPA & AI Technology Evaluation
Who Is This Vendor Assessment For?
NelsonHall’s RPA and AI vendor assessment for Automation Anywhere is
a comprehensive assessment of Automation Anywhere’s RPA offering
and capabilities, designed for:
• Sourcing managers investigating sourcing developments within RPA
• Automation decision makers exploring the benefits and inhibitors of
RPA as evidenced from the clients and vendor capability
• Vendor marketing, sales and business managers developing strategies
to identify developments and target opportunities within managed
• Financial analysts and investors specializing in, or covering the RPA
industry and suppliers.
Key Findings & Highlights
Headquartered in San Jose, CA, Automation Anywhere launched under
the brand Tethys Solutions in 2003. and developed client relationships
with Dell, Cisco, HP, IBM, Farmers Insurance, Kaiser Permanente,
Gillette, and John Deere, among others, within the first few years of its existence.
In 2011, Tethys rebranded itself as Automation Anywhere, in order to
more accurately reflect its business.
The company's co-founders, Mihir Shukla, Ankur Kothari, Rushabh
Parmani, and Neeti Mehta, remain with the firm today as CEO, Chief
Revenue Officer, Sr VP Customer Success and Operations, and VP Brand
Automation Anywhere does not release its revenue figures, but
NelsonHall estimates its 2017 annual revenues at $50m. Automation
Anywhere signed ~890 deals during the second half of FY 2017, with a
full-year total for 2017 of 1435 new deals. It has a total of 932 clients, adding 158 new clients in the first half of 2017 and 238 new clients in the second half.
Scope of the Report
The report provides a comprehensive and objective analysis of
Automation Anywhere’s offering, capabilities, and market and financial
• Identification of the company’s strategy, emphasis, and new
developments in both its service and technology
• Analysis of the company’s strengths, challenges, and outlook
• Analysis of the profile of the company’s customer base including the
company’s targeting strategy and examples of current contracts
• Analysis of the company’s key offerings (service model and service
• Analysis of the company’s delivery capability (including the location,
size and scale of delivery operations; and delivery via technology).