Get Global Currency Exchange Rates

The BOT would fetch current exchange rates from a very popular and trusted public website for All Global Currencies and produces a 2-Dimensional output in a Single Excel worksheet, for a quick and easy view.

Top Benefits

  • BOT produces output in a simple and easily readable form for use. Output is not tied to any single currency and hence could be universally used and plugged into and/or integrated with any existing Application/System that needs up-to-date currency exchange rates. Very simple to understand and configure output.

All Global currencies (About 167) appear on a Single 2-D Matrix view plotted on single Excel worksheet making it a single source of currency exchange data.

BOT Uses website which is a universally trusted and popular website to extract publicly available currency exchange listings on the Browser UI. BOT uses two template Excel files for its functionality. If these Excel files go missing, then the BOT would Fail. BOT also creates Error information within a dedicated folder titled 'Error Folder'. BOT maintains custom folders within the Main folder for its needs. The Output is placed into a separate folder titled "OutputFiles". BOT maintains output files with a TimeStamp embedded into the File Name created and does not overwrite previously created Output files

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Bot Security Program
Level 1
Business Process
Automation Type
Last Updated
August 12, 2020
First Published
April 3, 2019
Enterprise Version

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Setup Process


Download the Bot and follow the instructions to install it in your AAE Control Room.


Open the Bot to configure your username and other settings the Bot will need (see the Installation Guide or ReadMe for details.)


That's it - now the Bot is ready to get going!

Requirements and Inputs

  • Create a folder titled "Bot store" within the Default "My Tasks" Automation Anywhere Folder.
  • Inputs: Currency Exchange Provider Website URL (Added to Configuration File)Dependent Template Files (2 Excel Files) within the "InputFiles" folder