Over the past three years, TruBot has made steady progress in the Peak Matrix. In 2018, TruBot made its debut in the Everest Peak Matrix in the Aspirant Category; in 2019, TruBot got recognized as the Star Performer in the Aspirant Category and in 2020, TruBot enters the Major Contenders category. This positive growth is due to Datamatics’ responsiveness to market requirements. The clients have expressed high overall satisfaction with TruBot's features & functionalities, highlighting training & support, ease of use & automation development, and pricing as the product's key strengths.
The report highlights Datamatics Intelligent Automation platforms and mentions how TruBot integrates with the in-house IDP offering TruCap+. It also talks about Datamatics investments in TruBI, which provides self-service analytics & reporting, and TruAI that enables the digital workforce to process unstructured data.
"Datamatics continues to strengthen its position in the automation space and has emerged as a Major Contender on the RPA Products PEAK Matrix® Assessment 2020," said Amardeep Modi, Practice Director at Everest Group. "Enhancements made in automation development capabilities, product training & support, and integration with AI and analytics are some of the key factors that contributed to its improved position on the PEAK Matrix."
Mitul Mehta, SVP & Head, Marketing & Communications, Datamatics said, "TruBot 4 release was a key milestone in TruBot's journey and a driving factor in our recognition as Major Contender in the Everest Group's RPA Peak Matrix 2020. We continue to invest in our suite of Intelligent Automation products - TruBot, TruCap+, and TruAI; to deliver productivity-at-scale benefits for our customers. We are happy with the recognition and are confident of continuing the growth momentum."
Datamatics has recently launched the World's largest online repository of Automation and RPA use cases for business and technology teams to start and scale their automation journey. The library has 800+ use cases across thirteen industry verticals and six functional domains.
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