Unified Design Environment
Leverage a single robot design studio that enables robot builders to visually recognize applications, screen areas and objects in real time as you are building the robot automation workflow
Cognitive Document Automation
Apply powerful, AI-based cognitive intelligence to learn, process, and classify unstructured document data with Cognitive Document Automation. With our machine learning analysis, Kofax takes the guesswork out of complex document processing and dynamically adapts to your evolving content-heavy processes.
Built-In Analytics and Process Intelligence
Gain insight from out-of-the-box dashboards on robot operations and system performance; customize dashboards to analyze employee productivity and other key process elements; identify trends and improve processes over time
Centralized Robot Deployment and Management
Deploy, manage and execute robots from a centralized server and communicate with applications running in a virtualized environment; concurrent running of robots enables superior performance and scalability
Flexible, Scalable Deployment
Easily scale with a stateless, multi-threaded architecture that can be implemented as an on-premise enterprise deployment or provisioned in the cloud
Robot Lifecycle Management
Integrated industry-standard based on Git Version Control System (VCS) for managing enterprise RPA robot deployments–from hundreds to thousands of RPA robots. VCS helps manage RPA robots, snippets, resources, and schedules, as well as synchronization between different source control repositories (e.g., dev, test and production environments)
Automated Process Discovery
Automated Process Discovery records, maps and analyzes targeted business processes, applications and actions, including human interactions via the desktop, and multiple internal and external business applications and reference sites. It provides insight into existing processes and tasks and helps to identify repetitive tasks that can be performed by RPA robots.
Multiple Data Sources and Types
Use robots to capture an image of a screen and dynamically locate and identify UI elements such as labels, buttons and text boxes within application environments like Citrix.
Intelligent Screen Automation
Automatically publish robots with a standard Java, .NET, SOAP and RESTful interface, which can be used to control robotic processes from external applications and remote systems
Integrated Web Browser Engine
Delivers superior web application automation support and supports the execution of multiple robots concurrently on a server, versus requiring multiple virtual desktops and a browser (e.g. Internet Explorer) to run
Micro Apps Powered by Robots
Lightweight business applications called Kofax RPA Kapplets can be designed to execute robots based on set parameters or present data back to a business user