Slide Your Virtual Robot Workforce Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is the use of our software
to replicate the repetitive user actions of a human being on
a computer system, thus saving time, resource and cost.
Robots execute business steps identical to a human user
Human like GUI level interaction
Ideal for 'swivel chair' processes, where employees take data
from one application to another
Multiple business process work items executed in parallel
Automate repetitive processes freeing up labour resource
Slide T-Plan since 1989 has supplied our testing software to the
Bank of England. Automation coupled with Test Management
ensures management of the Testing Process, providing a
consistent and structured approach to testing at the project
and corporate level.
Financial tools are often impenetrable to object automation.
T-Plan's Robot tool tests at the GUI level and thus automates
any displayed information on PC or mobile device.
Slide Mobile (real device or emulator) platform support for all Android,
iOS devices (iPhone, iPad, iPod), Windows CE and Windows Phone.
Cross Platform, Cross Device Test Automation - Share scripts and code
across multiple different phones / tablets.
Host platform independence via Java. Robot runs on, and automates
any system. E.g. Windows, Mac, and Linux.
Slide Test ANY system. As automation runs at the GUI level,
the tool can automate any application.
E.g. OpenGL, Java, C++/C#, .NET, HTML (web/browser),
Android mobile, Apple iOS devices.
Robot succeeds in automating applications
usually considered impossible to automate.

T-Plan Robot Enterprise (formerly known as VNC Robot) is the most flexible, award-winning, and universal ‘black box’ automation tools on the market.
Developed on image-based testing principles, Robot is used by many organisations to record & playback user actions for Test Automation or Robotic Process Automation (RPA).

Built on Java, Robot performs well in situations where other tools may fail. For example, our solution is ideal for moving data from legacy applications, which commonly have little or no API’s, to new systems efficiently. Or test applications visually as a human would do, using surface automation at the GUI desktop or mobile level.