Kryon’s “Bot Camp” Hackathon Calls on Citizen Developers to Test Their Ingenuity With Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

Kryon announced the launch of the Kryon ‘Bot Camp’ hackathon, calling on citizen developers to push the boundaries of robotic process automation for the chance to win a total of $10,000 in prizes.

Hackathon participants are invited to create wizards that automate a full business process for any industry or use case, including healthcare, government, finance, and remote work, for judging by an expert panel. The top three winners will be announced in early September at a specially planned event.

Kryon Bot Camp submissions require a three-minute short video and accompanying written response form, demonstrating the results that their automation wizard can achieve. An expert panel of RPA leaders and executives will assess comprehensiveness, resiliency, reusability, and scalability to determine finalists. If competitors are interested in earning bonus points during the competition, they can post about the progress of their automation wizard in the developer corner of KryoNet, Kryon’s online community.

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