Difference between the Architectures of Blue Prism, Automation Anywhere & UiPath

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Is there any difference between the architectures of these tools? Which one is better?
Mar 15 in RPA by Mishti
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In simple words, Blue Prism & Automation Anywhere follow a Client-Server based architecture. On the other hand, UiPath has a Web-based Orchestrator which connects to multiple instances of Robots.

UiPath provides easier integration with the exiting infrastructure as it does not involve installing many additional components.
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