Thanks to the motion picture industry, the image we share of robots is distorted.

In the world of make-believe, robots sound like HAL (2001, A Space Odyssey) or look like R2D2 and C3PO from Star Wars. Each of these fictional robots earned their producers millions of dollars.

In reality, the most productive robots do not possess any of the human-like qualities that are displayed in motion pictures. In fact, in the world of Robotic Process Automation, one does not even see the robots that do all the heavy lifting. Our real-world robots configure computer software or applications, manipulate data, and communicate with other digital systems, totally out of sight, buried in computer systems.

While Robotic Process Automation robots are not as famous as the robots in the movies, they are considerably more productive, generating profits and productivity for their users.

If you were to rank the robots in the Robotic Process Automation, realm, Foxtrot would certainly be among the leaders. Foxtrot performs like the perfect “Automated Employee,” working all day, every day, delivering data with total accuracy and at lightning speed. Foxtrot never complains, never takes time off, and has a perfect attendance record.

Only an Automated Employee, like Foxtrot, can deliver a performance record like that.

So, who are the most popular robots of all time?

The Ranker website displays a list of the greatest robots of all time, all of whom, in reality, have never actually existed: The Greatest Robots of All Time

It is time to start a new list of the greatest performers of real-life robots. Our Foxtrot robot is sure to be number one. Foxtrot handles the toughest of automated data management challenges with the kind of power and finesse as the robots you grew up admiring on the silver screen and television…only for real.