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Hyland RPA Designer

Hyland RPA
Foundation 23.2

Hyland RPA Designer is a drag-and-drop process workflow builder designed to make process automation implementation as intuitive as possible. With RPA Designer, you can either edit process flows from Hyland RPA Analyst or design them from scratch.

How It Works

Hyland RPA Designer enables the user to mimic all interactions between the user and the applications by allowing to rebuild and edit the corresponding click, write, or read activities in the workflow panel.

Our goal is to make automation as easy as possible.

The simple drag and drop user interface makes it possible to configure processes without any programming knowledge - similar to the modular systems used for websites. While drag-and-drop and no-code are essential for ease of use, the ability to import process documentation from the complementary Hyland RPA Analyst opens up new possibilities for unlocking the full potential of Hyland RPA Designer. The software recognizes the stored technical process information, and selection values, automatically assembles the appropriate activities into a workflow and models it in the building pane. Reduced activity elements also contribute to clarity.

To further increase the speed of implementation for future projects, standardized process elements (" artefacts") and parts (" microbots") can be stored and reused. " Pop-up Watcher" and other important activities can be added during implementation to improve exception handling and thus significantly reduce the susceptibility of software robots to errors.

The output of RPA Designer is a finished process script that can be executed by software robots.


The result is a faster implementation of process automation. In RPA Designer, manual process modeling can be automatically accelerated through RPA Analyst imports. This documented understanding of the process eliminates information asymmetries and reduces susceptibility to post-modeling errors. Simplified usability also drives process script composition.