Robocorp Closes $21 Million Series A Investment Round and Launches Robocorp Control Room

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  • Businesses are looking to automate manual tasks and tedious processes for business functions that include HR, IT, finance, data management, customer communications, and IT operations
  • Robocorp is renaming its orchestration platform to Robocorp Control Room, which now offers two deployment options

Robocorp, the open-source process automation platform, has closed a $21 million Series A investment round led by Canvas Ventures with participation from Benchmark, Uncorrelated Ventures, Slow Ventures, Firstminute Capital, Harpoon Ventures, Artisanal Ventures, Haystack Ventures and a host of angels in the intelligent automation and open source space. Robocorp is releasing Robocorp Control Room.

Businesses are looking to automate manual tasks and tedious processes for business functions that include HR, IT, finance, data management, customer communications, and IT operations. In fact, 50 percent of CIOs will be accelerating robotization and automation by 2024 according to IDC.

It said, “Robocorp’s modern technology stack has been adopted by over 5,000 developers and is built on Robot Framework and Python, of which there are millions of developers around the world. It supports robotic process automation (RPA), digital process automation (DPA) and intelligent automation in a single platform that is developer friendly, flexible to use, and free from vendor lock-in. It is the only automation solution to offer a cost-effective, consumption-based pricing model for businesses of any size.”

In October 2020 Robocorp launched Robocorp Cloud, its multi-tenant, cloud-hosted orchestration platform for managing RPA, DPA, and process automation in a single pane of glass. In its first 6 months Robocorp Cloud has been adopted by 1,000+ organizations, with hundreds of thousands of bot processes deployed.

Robocorp Control Room

Robocorp is renaming its orchestration platform to Robocorp Control Room, which now offers two deployment options—Robocorp Cloud, and the new Self-Managed (private cloud or on-premises) Control Room for ISVs, Robot-as-a-Service partners, and enterprises in need of enhanced data residency, governance and compliance.

The self-managed Robocorp Control Room features include advanced access control & SSO, custom data residency and compliance and user management system integrations such as Active Directory, OKTA, and Auth0. It supports cloud-native and Kubernetes environments and unlimited data storage. It also comes with the option to use your own database or robot container clusters and the ability to host Control Room on-premises or in your private cloud. It also comes with customized Infrastructure options for Robot container clusters; logging, analytics & BI tool integrations; and the ability to integrate your own analytics systems.

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