Automation solutions: why choose ThinkAutomation?

Weighing up different automation solutions? ThinkAutomation is a solution without restraints, from the scale of its actions and integrations right through to the core hosting setup.

This translates into multiple USPs. So, with that in mind, here’s an overview of ThinkAutomation and its top 10 USPs.

Introducing ThinkAutomation

Automation solutions can all look pretty similar. What makes ThinkAutomation unique against this backdrop is its scope and flexibility.

That is, it comes to you as an open-ended workshop from which you can build out any workflow imaginable. This vast value scale means that ThinkAutomation is not restricted to any one customer subset. It can be configured in countless ways to meet the needs of any team, any industry.

But what specifically makes ThinkAutomation value-added, compared to other automation solutions? Let’s look at the USPs.

1.     Limitless customisation scope

Rather than coming pre-loaded with set automated workflows, or powering a set selection of actions, ThinkAutomation is altogether freer and more expansive. You can build as many workflows as needed, to automate whatever process needed.

2.     Uncapped automation allowance

Where other automation solutions impose caps on how much you can automate, ThinkAutomation removes boundaries. One set cost covers you for unlimited feature access, unlimited data sources, unlimited data volumes, and unlimited automated actions.

3.     Enormous processing power

ThinkAutomation can process hundreds, thousands, or even millions of messages a day. A standard deployment offers bottomless message processing – a uniquely industrious offering. Plus, extra clients and servers can handle even the heaviest processing needs.

4.     Rapid processing speeds

Not only can ThinkAutomation handle vast data volumes, it can do so without the usual lag. The software checks for new messages every 30 seconds, and can then process these messages in a split second. So, workflows run rapidly and round the clock.

5.     Control at the core

ThinkAutomation offers full installation control. The solution is on-premises, offering end user ownership. It runs on private company servers, behind private company firewalls, or even behind a private company DMZ.

6.     Low resource demands

ThinkAutomation is near-invisible in terms of the resource it consumes. It doesn’t need to sit on multiple machines to work. Rather, it only requires a network-connected workstation. From a single machine, then, you can automate processes across the entire company.

7.     Historical syncing power

Most automation solutions will only work on data from the point of installation. Not so with ThinkAutomation. With a full licence, the solution can process years of historical or legacy data, for maximum resource alleviation.

8.     Continuous reliability

ThinkAutomation is rock-solid once set-up. As long as the machine it sits on has power, it will never stop working. And, since you have control once downloaded, there is no risk of an unexpected feature shutdown or functionality loss.

9.     Instant access to benefits

Unlike RPA automation solutions, ThinkAutomation does not work via trained bots. It does not need to ‘watch’ users to learn over a course of several months. Instead, you can immediately configure your logical processing rules and start enjoying automated efficiency.

10.  Depth, breadth, and detail

ThinkAutomation goes beyond point to point integrations. It can handle endless conditionals and ‘if’ blocks for every eventuality. Then, it goes beyond common tasks. You can define your own triggers and actions, to automate even the most complex workflows.

Exploring automation solutions

Reading up on the benefits of various automation solutions is all well and good, but the best test will always be trialling the software.

So, we offer a free trial of ThinkAutomation – no credit card details taken, no obligation to buy. Simply download the product and explore its range for yourself.

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