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Author's profile photo Maiara Ellwanger

Wondering What’s New with SAP Intelligent RPA 2.0?

**Update: find link to the replay of this session in the comments**


Hello fellow community members, 

With the launch of SAP Intelligent RPA 2.0 (happening soon at SAP TechEd 2020) I am sure many of you are wondering what is new with the new product version. Some “spoilers” have already been given in the latest blog posts in the SAP Intelligent RPA 2.0 Blog Post Series. You can even find some early feedback from BETA customers, who were very enthusiastic with the new possibilities with Cloud Studio ? 

We are very excited to tell you everything about the 2.0 release live in the upcoming SAP Community Call on December 14th! 


The call will be conducted by RPA Experts. Peter Engel will present the approaches adopted by SAP Intelligent RPA 2.0 to empower business users (buzzwords: low-code/no-code and hyperautomation)Soufia Maherzi will give you a full overview of the new functionalities including the low-code design studio in the cloud. And, of course, you will be able to see how it all looks like in action with some very interesting demos: Jerome Grondin will showcase a scenario to create a shopping cart including Outlook and Excel, while Xiaohui Xue will demonstrate aintegration with Word. Last but not least, I am happy to jump in to give you an update on enablement opportunities, as well as community and marketing activities to look forward to. At the end of the call, the stage will be all yours to ask questions. Sounds good? Go ahead and register below, so you won’t miss all this content! 

Stay tuned for more blog posts coming soon to discover the next level bot building experience with SAP Intelligent RPA 2.0! 

See you in the call! 

Kind regards, 


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      Author's profile photo Srinivas Rao
      Srinivas Rao

      Hi Maiara Regina Schardong Ellwanger - Really looking forward to the TechEd and this session to understand more in detail on the 2.0. What I hope should be the case is : all the future standard bots should be built in the Cloud Studio instead of Desktop version. Will that be the case, anyway?

      thanks & Regards

      Srinivas Rao.

      Author's profile photo Maiara Ellwanger
      Maiara Ellwanger
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Srinivas Rao, 

      yes, all bots should be built in Cloud Studio then. Which will be, of course, much easier than before. The standard content will follow the launch of 2.0 and made available in 2021. See you in the call ?
      Best, Maiara
      Author's profile photo Juan Daniel Cortés Peña
      Juan Daniel Cortés Peña

      Hello, thank you for your post


      I can see all the benefits of the new cloud studio but I'm wondering where can I edit directly the code as I can in "scripts" tab in actual desktop studio? I read about a low code functionality but honestly I don't understand. Or from now we can not edit the code directly?

      Thank you.


      Juan D

      Author's profile photo Maiara Ellwanger
      Maiara Ellwanger
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Juan Daniel Cortés Peña

      with the provided activities inside the SDKs, complex workflows can be create without having to code. But we also added a custom script activity for those (like you 😉) who might feel more comfortable coding their automations (including syntax validation and autocompletion to help save time).

      Please watch the recording (see my comment below with the link) for the complete feature overview and feel free to join the next openSAP course in February.

      All the best, Maiara

      Author's profile photo Maiara Ellwanger
      Maiara Ellwanger
      Blog Post Author


      -- BLOG POST UPDATE --


      If you missed the call, do not worry! The recording and the presentation are available on our SAP Community Calls Subpage.

      Or, you can click on the image below and go directly to the video:

      And do not miss the enablement opportunities listed here.