Blue Prism is the most robust tool in the pack. If you are looking for a safe bet, Blue Prim is the tool. Blue prism has an object-oriented architecture which helps manage reusable components better. Overall it is a great tool if you have good developers.
Automation Anywhere has a good depth of functionality and features while being mostly user-friendly. You can get started fairly quickly and scale with this decently robust tool. Automation Anywhere is perceived to be hard to use and costly.
Automation Anywhere has released a community edition which is basically a “cripple” version of their enterprise software.
Many RPA tools have sprung up in various niches thanks to the hype and investment in RPA. Here is a summary of the top RPA tools. I keep adding to this list as I discover new tools.
Uipath is an easy to use RPA tool with a comparatively low learning curve. The tool is easily accessible to developers through a community edition. It is quite popular and has a fairly large community.