Something I found whilst browsing LinkedIn
Although no where near the level of complexity as commercial RPA tools, its free and full open source, meaning if anyone does want to to customize the tool they are free todo so.
You can check it out here.
Just thought I would share, that NICE has released a free ebook for anyone looking into RPA, it has alot of useful information such as how to get started, best practices for building automations, adding cognitive automation, setting up your Center of Excellence etc.
You can download...