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Education - Automation Anywhere - ETTRAA001 - Automation Anywhere Introductory Course

Course Duration

1 day

Course Description

This one day course is designed to introduce you to Automation Anywhere Robotic Process Automation. The overall architecture and functionality are covered, as are essential concepts and terminology.

Intended Audience

This course is intended for those new to Automation Anywhere and seeking basic product orientation.

Key Skills

After completing this course, you will have a thorough grounding in Automation Anywhere architecture, functionality and terminology.

Course Outline

  1. Module: Introduction
    • Training Introduction
    • Introduction to Robotic Process Automation
    • Introduction to Automation Anywhere
  2. Module: Architecture
    • The Automation Anywhere Client
    • Backend services
  3. Module: Recorders
    • Smart Recorder
    • Screen Recorder
    • Web Recorder
  4. Module: Command Libraries
    • Excel
    • Database
    • Email
  5. Module: Interface
    • Introduction to Automation Anywhere User Interface (UI)
  6. Module: Case Study
    • Review of a real world customer Automation Anywhere deployment
  7. Module: Summary
    • Recap and debrief

Course Pre Requisites

Some familiarity with Robotic Process Automation principles is desirable but not essential.

Daniel Chidgey

Daniel Chidgey

Course Instructor

Daniel Chidgey is an Automation Anywhere Certified Subject Matter Expert(SME) and Trainer. He has specialised in Automation Automation consultancy since 2016.

Dan is responsible for co-writing Extra Technology's Education Courses. He also produces and scripts Extra Technology’s ‘How To’ videos.

Bhupinder Janjuha

Bhupinder Janjuha

Course Instructor

Bhupinder Janjuha is an Automation Anywhere Certified Subject Matter Expert(SME) and Trainer. His experience embraces senior positions in both automation vendors and enterprise customers.

In the 1990s he managed the EMEA support desk for an automation vendor and later became their EMEA Presales Manager.

Bhupinder later worked as an SME/Architect for many leading enterprises, before co-founding Extra Technology in 2007.

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