Blue Prism License Video -License & Costs Overview


This is crucial information for any Blue Prism Project Plan – or your RPA Project Plan generally.

The definition of a bot varies a lot from platform to platform.

It’s actually a big confusion in the marketplace, and there are no standards.

For Blue Prism, think of a bot as a unit of capacity. It is able to process one automation one minute and then another automation the next minute. And it just keeps processing until you run out of time in the day.

Blue Prism & Digital Workers

Blue Prism calls them Digital Workers because it’s just like a person will go from one task to another task, doing one thing at a time. They take as long as it takes to process that activity.

And when they’re done, they move on to the next one.

So you have 24 hours of processing capacity and how you use it is up to you. If the applications that the Bot are using are available, then your bot can run for you.

00:00​ What exactly is a Blue Prism Bot? (Or Digital Worker?)
01:14​ When you buy a digital worker, what comes with that?
02:20​ Can you add Extensions or Premium Support later?
02:47​ What support is available to buy?
03:53​ If you buy additional support, does that help speed up the implementation?
04:23​ What are the variables that affect pricing?
05:14​ Is there a price difference between the Cloud and On Premise options?
06:29​ Which is the faster option to implement?
07:08​ How (and where) do you actually buy a license?
11:01​ How long is the contractual commitment?
11:34​ So where would someone get started?
12:55​ How long does it take from making the order for a bot and actually receiving the license?

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