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SAP Process Automation is now available in Trial account & SAP BTP Free Tier!

What does it mean for you?

As a customer, partner, or even individual developer, you can start trying out SAP Business Technology Platform capabilities for free and without time limits.

So, as of now, your BTP Free Tier account enables you to build and test your automations scenarios with an easy path to productive use. Indeed, SAP Process Automation Free Tier allows you to store data long-term, to upgrade to paid service plans and then move automation projects to production easily. And, last but not least, you get access to our community, including free technical resources such as inspiring blog posts and in-depth tutorials.

Learning how to use SAP Process Automation

By combining Business Process Management, Robotic Process Automation and Artificial Intelligence services with an intuitive citizen developer experience, SAP Process Automation enables employees to learn how workflows and processes can be automated easily – using visual features that require no coding expertise.

To rapidly create your first automations with your Free Tier access, take advantage of our SAP Low-Code/No-Code Learning Journey, with the following unit to be available soon: “Building Your First Process with SAP Process Automation”.

Let's get Started

After you login to BTP Trial Account, you will see Entity Assignments - Enable Process Automation

Go to Service Marketplace and Search Process Automation

Go to Instances and Subscription to check if its processed and created successfully.

Assign the role collection to your user to get Access

Read & Click Accept

Now, you start creating your project from Lobby

Available Pre-projects templates to start using without developing (as of today 269 Scenario's)