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Looking for experience in RPA in Construction and Specialty Contracting Industries


Does anybody have specific experience in deploying Robotic Process Automation (RPA) in the take-off, estimating and project management functions within the Construction or Specialty (Sub) contracting industry? 

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Jack Frano - PeerSpot reviewer
Principal at Adaptive Growth, Inc
Top 5
08 June 21

HelpSystems', who AGI is a reseller, has done implementations in for construction companies. Go to their website AGI has done many implementations of estimating and job cost systems. If you want to discuss contact me at  and we'll set up a phone appointment. 

Cristian Ignat - PeerSpot reviewer
Founder & CEO at Aggranda
16 July 21

You should see these case studies:

VictorFlores - PeerSpot reviewer
Director, Business Development at Metasource LLC
08 June 21

Good morning,
Yes, there are possibilities with RPA; but we will need to get more details in order to determine whether RPA would be the correct tool of choice.

Please reach out to me at and we can have a discussion.

Thank you!


Venkateswarlu Paturu - PeerSpot reviewer
Service Delivery Manager / Architect at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
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Top 5Leaderboard
08 June 21

Hi -

We are business partners with Automation Anywhere and has all the processes in place for executing the RPA project/s. We have developed several BOTs.

Please let me know if we take it further in a win-win partnership way..

Thanks & Regards,


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Osvaldo Moderno - PeerSpot reviewer
Researcher at University of Sao Paulo
Apr 28, 2021
Hi, I'm interested to hear your opinion about the future of the open source automation framework when it's used for robotic process automation (RPA). What about using Robot Framework with Python? Thanks
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reviewer1401675 - PeerSpot reviewer
Assistant Manager at Allianz Malaysia
14 April 21
Great idea to have open source automation framework! Python not a bad choice, perhaps to have a flexible of languages choice like unix, powershell, VB/ASP, Java etc. to reach out more group of developers to join and contribute.
Celestine - PeerSpot reviewer
Director intelligent automation at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
26 April 21
Open source framework certainly has greater potential. In my opinion, when certain shortcomings are identified, solution to such shortcomings would be slow. On the other hand SAAS products provide that dedicated support and intent to make that issue sorted out in a fixed period of time. My team uses  Python as well. It has fantastic potential to scale. If there is a custom niche that we want to build, Python will be a fantastic choice with its abundant packages and libraries. 
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