TagUI lets you automate digital process in your workflows.
Write flows in simple TagUI language and automate away repetitive time-consuming tasks on your computer. Tasks include those on websites (native support for Chrome and Edge), desktop apps, or the command line.
This is free and open source software.
- Use steps like click and type to interact with identifiers, which include web identifiers, image snapshots, screen coordinates, or text using OCR.
- Create and edit your RPA robots using commonly used text editors like Notepad, Notepad++, VS Code, Sublime, TextEdit, Vim, etc.
- Extend functionality with modules such as TagUI module for Node-RED, a popular free and open-source workflow automation tool.
- Run TagUI on your web browser or phone using free Google Cloud, up to 5 concurrent sessions.
- Enterprise security:
- TagUI default implementation is an on-user-computer on-prem RPA tool that does not exist on any cloud.
- TagUI is not a SaaS or software on the cloud running on vendor’s cloud, it runs on actual users’ computers.
- Industry-specific certifications like PCI-DSS, HIPAA, SOX aren’t applicable because TagUI doesn’t store data.
- In decentralised bottom-up RPA, not advisable and no need for bot credentials as users are held accountable.
- Internationalization support – flows can be written in 22 other languages, so you can perform RPA using your native language.
Developer: AI Singapore
License: Apache License 2.0
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