Blue Prism today announced the re-launch of its Blue Prism Digital Exchange (DX), which it describes as “a one-stop shop” for easily accessing intelligent automation solutions.

The “new” Blue Prism DX gives users access to content, assets and as well as allowing them to tap into the online community. The goal is to that help accelerate automation deployments and drive digital transformation.

The marketplace provides users with AI skills, connectors, functions, and complete processes that would otherwise take RPA developers from 8 to 24+ hours to build on their own.

The DX has more than 500 assets available to download, from more than 100 active partners including 80 Technology Alliance Program (TAP) partners.

Blue Prism’s says that already more than 70 per cent of  its active customers have registered to download intelligent automation assets via the DX community.


“Being part of the Digital Exchange has provided the opportunity for us to be part of a global community focused on improving corporate performance and driving real value for our customers,” says Ken Pellegrino, Founder & Chief Strategy Officer at Shibumi. “The connections with partners as well as customers driven through the Digital Exchange has created a stronger business for Shibumi, and we look forward to continuing our partnership with Blue Prism.”

According to Linda Dotts, Chief Partner Strategy Officer at Blue Prism. “In less than one-year Blue Prism has amassed a community of 28,000 users and 3,000 customers, driving more than 35,000 downloads. This redesigned version of our Digital Exchange builds on this foundation while extending intelligent automation capabilities in a collaborative and secure way.”

Digital Exchange Private

There is also a separate, curated view of Blue Prism DX called Blue Prism Digital Exchange Private, a new instance of Blue Prism DX is provisioned for an enterprise. The company says Blue Prism DX Private improves scalability, increases collaboration, and accelerates digital transformation.

DX Private includes;

  • A marketplace for Sharing Skills: Although some customers require a private sharing environment, they still benefit from access to the hundreds of unique AI and cognitive skills available on Blue Prism Digital Exchange. Any assets they vet may be included in their private marketplace.
  • Privacy and Security: The first requirement for many customers, particularly those that deal with personally-identifiable information, is limited potential for security breaches. The private instance of a Digital Exchange allows the client to only allow connections to their properties which meet their stringent standards for security. Furthermore, these assets remain private to prevent outside interference and to bypass Blue Prism QA requirements.
  • Collaboration: Rather than limiting collaborative problem solving to internal resources, DX Private allows teams to form with external guests (partners, consultants, subject matter experts). Products remain within the enterprise domain after the team dissolves.

According to a company release, with this latest iteration of the DX, Blue Prism is also making it easier for technology partners and developers to list and sell their intelligent automation capabilities.

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