Get more done, by automating Abrigo.com with browser bots
Axiom.ai lets you automate any web actions on Abrigo.com, no code required. Don't waste hours pointing and clicking, copying and pasting - with a few simple steps, you can build bots to automate repetitive and time-consuming tasks. Extract Blog Content, Monitor Product Updates, Analyze Career Opportunities and free up time for more important things.
Axiom users are automating these repetitive tasks:
Extract Blog Content
Scrape and compile all blog posts, including their titles, authors, publication dates, and content, from the 'Resources' section for data analysis or content aggregation purposes.
Monitor Product Updates
Regularly check the 'Solutions' page for any new product updates or changes, and record these changes with their corresponding timestamps for tracking product evolution.
Analyze Career Opportunities
Automate the process of gathering job postings from the 'Careers' section, including job title, description, location, and requirements, to analyze hiring trends within the company.
How no-code browser automation works
Axiom is a Chrome Extension
It's simple to install and free to try - no credit card required.
Once installed, pin Axiom to the Chrome Toolbar, and click on the icon to open and close.
Build custom bots, or use our templates
Every bot can be customised to your needs. Build as many as you need.
Automate with the user-interface
Automate actions like clicking and typing in Abrigo.com.
Run, schedule or trigger from Zapier
Make your bots run manually, on a schedule, or integrate with Zapier to trigger on external events
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“Hands down best RPA browser tool I've come across that doesn't cost an arm and a leg. Been looking for something like this for years and Axiom really is filling a gap."
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