Process Automation

TagUI – automate digital process in your workflows

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.

Features include:

  • 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

TagUI is written in JavaScript, C# and PHP. Learn JavaScript with our recommended free books and free tutorials. Learn C# with our recommended free books and free tutorials. Learn PHP with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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