Join the WorkFusion community in creating new and innovative processes using RPA Express. Compete in a series of challenges that put your automation skills to the test.
In this challenge, you'll create an automated personal assistant using RPA Express.
"This winning idea was efficiently executed in an engaging and well-explained video. The purpose was to create a bot that could look up information from a car auction website with poor search function and compare it to other sites to determine which car has the best resale value." – Pooja Gupta, Director of Product Management, WorkFusion
"I was motivated by curiosity and drive to see how far I could push the RPA Express capabilities and my own skills. The toughest part was working with tables and lists. I had to use several splitting techniques to get the scraped data in the right order, so I could use it later in a table and export it to Excel without distorting the previous order." – Vladislav Sadykov
"In this second-place submission, Vivek solves a common problem. His personal assistant bot sends him a daily agenda by going through his Outlook calendar, plus assigned tasks on a separate application, to compile a schedule that is sent to his email." – Pooja Gupta, Director of Product Management, WorkFusion
"The most satisfying part of this challenge was the idea itself: It's a solution that could work on a personal level as well as an enterprise level. Something like it doesn't exist. If a tool made with free RPA can go the distance to actually plan out your day (which could potentially be the next million-dollar idea), nothing can be better." – Vivek Mishra
"This was a very creative way to execute a multi-purpose bot. Laumer created a dashboard for bots with multiple actions available, so the bots can help with small tasks such as ordering lunch or checking the weather." – Pooja Gupta, Director of Product Management, WorkFusion
"This challenge was very interesting to me as I wanted to do something different by making the personal assistant bot interactive. I had no idea it was possible do this using RPA Express and it really got me to think outside the box." – Laumer Johnson