Automation Anywhere University Marks One-Year Anniversary

 

Mumbai: Automation Anywhere®, the leader in Robotic Process Automation (RPA), today marks the one-year anniversary of Automation Anywhere University (AAU). Automation Anywhere University is taking on the future of work with the mission of bringing RPA knowledge and skills to university students and professionals across all industries worldwide.

Since its launch, AAU has trained more than 100,000 people across 140 countries through 20 courses. The website receives more than 1,300 visitors each day, and over 8,000 new registrations each month. Automation Anywhere has a team of certified in-house and external trainers as well as 26 global training partners. In addition, AAU has reached 200 plus educational institutions and 300,000 students over the past year and has created an outline of three RPA credit courses for management and engineering college students.

Automation Anywhere has signed an agreement to set-up Bot Labs in educational institutions to ensure students are ‘future ready’ with RPA skills. So far, Automation Anywhere University has trained people from the world’s top universities such as Harvard, IIM (Indian Institute of Management), University of Michigan, University of Edinburg, University of Melbourne, National University of Singapore, Chinese University of Hong Kong, University of Dubai and University of British Columbia.

“AAU is helping to fill the increasing demand for RPA training worldwide,” said Arvind Thothadri, Vice President, Global Training and Certification at Automation Anywhere. “Our tremendous growth over the past year is strong testament to the exploding interest in RPA training and certification, and we’re pleased to be at the center of this important trend.”

This anniversary takes place on the heels of the addition of new AAU learning tracks tailored to different RPA job roles as well as the availability of courses in Japanese, Portuguese and Spanish. The learning tracks are designed from deep experience gained in large-scale RPA deployments in more than 1,100 organizations.

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