UiPath Review

The easy drag-and-drop options make it easy to solve the challenges within a short time frame

What is our primary use case?

My primary use case is for creating custom-specific products based on the customer's needs. The requirements can be received from the customer on emails and then based on it the order can be created. This reduces time, ensuring no human error and on time delivery. 

The total time taken to enter this in the system is less compared to the manual process which is indeed error-prone. This also removes the process of reviewing the order for correctness as the straight-through processing is enhanced. By making this scale on all the other locations and geographies, lots of time and effort can be saved. This also enhances the reputation of the services and organization. 

In addition to this, the confidence created by the successful implementation is a real eye-opener as the big step is taken with great success.

How has it helped my organization?

UiPath has taken automation to a pinnacle of excellence by mixing technology, attention to detail, and keen observation. The way UiPath has revolutionized automation with excellent coverage, user-friendliness is helping companies focus on their core areas. Employees can now focus on real problems than spend time on routine jobs.

What is most valuable?

Feature-rich options to help easy implementation: It's flexible, scalable, and easy to implement. The time taken to create the bot is less. 

The easy drag-and-drop options make it easy to solve the challenges within a short time frame. Another important aspect is the framework and other useful tools and templates available have that makes it easy to document the audit trail and also standardization.

What needs improvement?

More support for certification is needed to attract professionals. The certification process could be made more interesting.

For how long have I used the solution?

Less than one year.
Disclosure: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
1 Comment
author avatarVickram Nehra

Thanks Vimal for the review. I agree with you.
It is difficult for one to get RPA developer certified with the current training infra provided.

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