Versatile to use

Integrate AM Conductor into a physical or virtual process to create a software robot.

These bots can execute unattended, attended or hybrid processes.

Attended Bots

With "attended automation", or Robotic Desktop Automation (RDA), the focus is on the interaction between humans and software robots. The bot acts as a personal assistant, working on tasks and providing feedback where needed.

Attended Automation

Unattended Bots

An unattended robot (RPA) is one specifically designed to execute digital processes independently and comprehensively. The interactions with user interfaces are imitated and take place without interaction with the employee.

Unattended Automation

Hybrid

Hybrid automation is essentially a blend of the two! These bots use the employee’s computer to start a process in the background, which is then left to work unattended. Hybrids offer the benefits of both unattended and attended automations by combining the capabilities of a human and a bot.

Hybrid Automation

Unique Features

What sets AM Conductor apart

Pull Capability

Once a task is completed, the pull logic effect comes into play. Here, every available robot will proactively pull out unprocessed tasks and ensure that they’re completed. In essence, this feature helps to minimize robot downtime and increase value.

Split Principle

We distinguish between two types of robots: Data collectors (DCOs) and Processors (PROs). DCOs collect all open task to secure more transparency, offer the ability to prioritize as well as maximize workload capacity. PROs then operate all the open tasks that have been marked out as prioritized.

Multi-Skilled Design

Robots can switch types (DCO & PRO) independently and in real-time. This means each process can be adapted as needed, allowing quick reactions to workload peaks.

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Pull Capability

Once a task is completed, the pull logic effect comes into play. Here, every available robot will proactively pull out unprocessed tasks and ensure that they’re completed. In essence, this feature helps to minimize robot downtime and increase value.

Pull Split Principle
Split Principle

We distinguish between two types of robots: Data collectors (DCOs) and Processors (PROs). DCOs collect all open task to secure more transparency, offer the ability to prioritize as well as maximize workload capacity. PROs then operate all the open tasks that have been marked out as prioritized.

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Multi-Skilled Design

Robots can switch types (DCO & PRO) independently and in real-time. This means each process can be adapted as needed, allowing quick reactions to workload peaks.

AM Conductor's strengths

Captivating capabilities

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Pull Ability

Unique in the industry, AM Conductor’s methodology of pulling tasks from a database minimizes idle time, increasing the efficiency of the entire bot farm.

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Maximum utilization

The transparency of all tasks enables prioritized processing and enables reactions in real-time. The multifunctionality makes it possible for every bot to process any type of task and avoids downtimes.

RPA operated at scale
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Minimum administration

After successful automation, an average of only 1% investment goes into the ongoing operation and administration of the entire bot farm.

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Deploy your software bots. Execute automations.

Learn more about the unique capabilities of the AM Conductor.

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