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Automagica 3.0 released!

After some time in Beta, we’re excited to announce that today we’re publicly releasing Automagica 3.0! In our efforts to make building software bots as easy as possible, we’ve added quite some interesting features.

This new version comes with some exciting changes, with the biggest change being the addition of Automagica Flow, our visual authoring experience for building software robots. We have also fully open sourced Automagica Flow and source code can be found on our GitHub!

Our second biggest addition to Automagica is the public release of Automagica Wand. Out of all the experience we’ve built working with other tools and feedback from the community, we learned that identifying and recording the right elements on the screen, such as buttons, form fields, tables, … is the tedious part of automating software.  The Automagica Wand takes all the pain out of picking UI elements on the screen. It uses our cutting edge cloud AI computer vision service to identify GUI elements on your screen. We’ll be offering this service as a public cloud service, however if you are in need for a private deployment with your organization feel free to reach out to us.

Based on feedback from our community we have improved the Automagica Portal with a complete redesign and updated features. Make sure to try it out through our one-click-installer for Windows

The Command Line Interface (CLI) has been fully redesigned as well, and you should be able to launch either Automagica Lab, Automagica Flow and the Automagica Wand straight from the command line!

We are looking forward to learn from your feedback and hear what you automate with Automagica 3.0!

Automagica – Oakwood top 10 contributors on Github!

We are proud to announce that Automagica, our Robotic Process Automation software (RPA) is trending on Github this week. We noticed a sudden peak in engagement in our repository and were happy to see that for a few days we were the #2 Python repository and Oakwood was in the top 10 of open source contributors because of Automagica trending. These are the top 3 reasons why our robots are open source.


For us, open source is an aspect of transparency. Benefits of transparency include establishing trust with your customers and community and setting an example of open and honest business practice. We have automated processes in different industries where we work with all kinds of sensitive data, including financial in data large corporates and confidential patient data in healthcare. One can advocate being open, but the proof of the pudding is in the eating and by developing and releasing out in the open we show this by doing.

Community feedback

With almost a thousand new community members in a few days, we get a constant feedback from everyone involved. Lots of people testing, trying Automagica out in different environments and automating different applications and eventually reporting possible issues or improvements. This feedback is extremely useful for our development team to improve our code even further.

Resource availability

We like to encourage independence. When we automate processes for our clients, we offer consulting for process discovery, automation, custom development and maintenance. However, part of our open source philosophy is to not create vendor lock-in. We want our clients to have the option of choice in case they already have their own resources, either in-house or elsewhere.

If you have any questions about our software or you are looking to automate some processes feel free to reach out on or