Redwood Software Revamps Pricing Model for Robotic Process Automation | In the News

Robotic process automation (RPA) provider Redwood Software recently began offering a new licensing model that allows customers to only pay for the specific services they use at their organization.

Branded as a “robotic service charge,” the company is marketing this as distinct from other licensing models that “leave customers with the responsibility of having to guess how many bots they need at the beginning of a project and what that return can give them,” said Redwood Software in a statement.

The Houten, Netherlands-based company, which recently unveiled its enhanced Redwood Robotics solution and was also named among the top 13 RPA vendors by the Everest Group, added that this will allow clients to only pay for service when it is “equivalent to a unit of work that can done by a person,” including tasks such as sending an email or downloading a report.

Read more in Cognitive Business News

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