UiPath Valuable Features

Jeremy Gilliland
Chief Automation Officer at JOLT
This is going to be an interesting answer, but the most valuable feature of the software is not the software itself, but the community that supports it. When I first started learning the software to support a program, I had to self-teach; there wasn't a budget for training. But going through their learning platform and then connecting with the community when I didn't understand how to utilize some of the functionality, that was far more powerful than the product itself. The network around the product is amazing. The great thing about the UiPath RPA Academy is that it's not stagnant. Even though my first go at getting certified as a developer was three years ago, I literally have to go back the Academy and learn it every year because there are new features and new functionality. An example is the RE Framework they've incorporated. The living nature of the Academy gives a lot of value. But hands-down, the way that they give practical exercises, the fact that they give you applications you can download to learn how to interact with bots by simulating an actual operational environment, makes it a very impactful learning experience. In addition, I find the solution easy to use. I have personal experience using all three of the major software vendors that are in this space right now, including Automation Anywhere and Blue Prism, and I would put UiPath as number-one, specifically from a learning perspective. I've been able to take people with absolutely zero technical background and quickly scale them up in a matter of weeks so they're building bots. I haven't been able to accomplish that same feat with the other platforms. View full review »
Kaitlyn Kapp
Software Engineer at Security Benefit
I think the most valuable feature is being able to run processes in an unattended way where we can schedule them, and then have the report sent to the process owner's inbox in the morning. The is great for us, and we use it a lot. It saves the users a lot of time, and we're able to do a lot more for a user than they were ever able to do on their own. View full review »
reviewer1214511
Automation Lead at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
A lot of the value from this solution comes from Studio and the activities. They really enable us to make things happen accurately, with the clicks and the types they support. Of all the automation tools I've tried or used, they seem to be the most accurate and most consistent. The Orchestrator management tools are growing a lot and are constantly improving. View full review »
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Vikram Modgil
Founder at Pi Square
The attended and unattended classification and simplicity are great, and it's easy to explain to people. Right off the bat, the task performing the lowest granular entity is very clearly defined, which is something that I like. I really like that I am able to tell the story, using Orchestrator, how humans work, how bots work, and how humans and bots work together. Orchestrator really tells a lot more than just being a simple task manager. View full review »
reviewer1214532
Solution Architect Support Manager at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
What I think is the best thing about UiPath is that it is fairly easy to understand and learn how to use it. One of the most valuable things about the product is the improvement they are making with the tools. They are offering around thirteen new products now. With these additions, there is a lot of value-added enhancement that we can provide via the automation to augment what we already have implemented. The studio's Orchestrator is the tool that we use in order to create the scripts for the bot. It is what enables us to deliver automation. Having these new technologies within the studio is what enables us to be more creative. With the Orchestrator we can monitor the bots, we can "orchestrate" them, and we can deliver that tool to customers so that they can manage their bots. It is really like digital workforce management. If we created a bot for a business, usually it would just do its job and the customer would not see what the bots are really doing. With this tool, the client has that opportunity to see what the bots are doing. The bots automate the work that otherwise would have to be done with other interventions and resources, so reallocation of resources and focus is the most valuable thing overall. View full review »
Parvez Mohammad
RPA Architect at AXA Equitable
The most valuable features provide solutions for when I am using OCR (Optical Character Recognition) technology. It easily integrates with Google OCR, Microsoft OCR, and ABBYY OCR. We are using that integration feature to incorporate OCR mostly for reading scans. To interact with Google OCR, Microsoft OCR, or Abby OCR, you don't need to implement a separate component but you can just — in a blink of an eye — integrate those peripheral solutions into the UiPath Studio and use them in your automated processes. If we can integrate other features that are not part of UiPath, it makes it far more useful in automation. In this case, UiPath is not building out an actual OCR component but they are just giving you an option to incorporate the other OCRs. That is very valuable. View full review »
Thomas McEvoy
Lead Associate at Booz Allen Hamilton Holding
The most valuable features are the unattended bots. Initially, we are going to be looking at a number of attended bots in a pilot phase for our HR internal operations personnel. We are going to come in and try to remove tasks from their daily lives, such as ten minute tasks brought down to five seconds, or we could just completely eliminate them, making them unattended. The training and certification online is very helpful. The software is easy to use, as a drag and drop function. Even if it wasn't, the type of support that we get from the people who work for UiPath is paramount to the capability of the tool. The ease of use has exceeded our expectations. View full review »
Shashi Singh
Director of Shared Services Automation at Virign Media Business
The main value within Orchestrator is definitely the scheduling aspect. That includes the way you can prioritize work and use queuing systems to make sure they're at the right points in time, as well as whether they'd be long term related, especially if we're looking at finance. In terms of Studio, it's just getting easier to use. Studio X is basically the embodiment of that. Even at this point in time with the current Studio version, anyone could pick this up and run with it to develop simpler automations. The best feature about unattended robots is that they do exactly what you ask them to do. They are as reliable as the code that you provide them with. I think as long as you've got the right governance in place, such as IDs you have created, and you looped in the right teams, the robots are just the shell that will do exactly what you ask them to do. View full review »
Robyn Albert
Assistant VP of Robotics at Open Logix
The Orchestrator is great because you schedule it, and that's it, you don't have to worry about it. It will tell you what passed and what failed if it had any issues. We don't have that dependency on someone needed to schedule tasks. The code in Studio is easy to follow. I am not a developer, but I am able to read the code. When we have problems, the developer will display the script and I'm able to read it and follow it. Several times, I have been able to see where there was an error and the developer was able to fix it. It looks like it's easy to code. View full review »
Ethan Brown
Sr Software Developer at a construction company with 5,001-10,000 employees
The most valuable features to us are the ability to provide a tableau-like experience that people who are not traditional software developers can avail themselves of. A lot of the users that I work with are not coders per se, but because UiPath is easy to use, it allows them to automate things that then frees up another developer to do something else. I would say the management features of Orchestrator, the out of the box reporting, the general UI and UX, and Studio are the best features that we've found in the product. When I said "tableau-like", I mean that a lot of times companies have really good technical software packages but they don't fully understand their users. UiPath is calibrating itself well to where they scale down for power users so I'm able to do really powerful things with it. At the same time, it's simple and easily approachable enough that someone who does not have that background can pick it up and start getting on. The onboarding pass seems very nice. View full review »
Murali Kothapalli
Senior Analyst at Salt River Project
The ability that this solution has to work with Excel is really good. The SAP feature looks helpful and we are going to explore that functionality in our next project. View full review »
reviewer1214526
Robotic and Intelligent Automation Lead at a consultancy with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable feature of this solution is that it is user-friendly. I was a coding developer, so I know how to write code, and I've also used other RPA tools. This solution is workflow-driven, where you can easily relay what you had written. If someone has to read the code, it is very readable. Second, I've always been a Microsoft technology guy, and they have provided the facility where we can implement any of the C# code into it. We have .NET code, and that's why I like it. We say it's a tool, but I would say it can also be leveraged as a custom coding tool. We can actually do whatever custom code you want. View full review »
Rene Abel Christensen
RPA Process Consultant at Statens Administration
The ability to integrate between legacy systems is the most valuable feature. We use it mainly to replicate manual processes, where you just have to pull out data or pull down large volumes of customer information, in general. We work across many individual customers, who are individual entities or individual databases in our ERP system. We work across about 220 databases. Therefore, the task of logging onto different databases alone is quite cumbersome. The main thing is to make data available to the employees when they start working mornings, instead of them starting drawing out reports to see if there is anything that they need to act upon. With these legacy systems, which work on a one-to-one basis, we tried to batch process them a lot more. View full review »
Ever Espinoza
Monitor Technology at Equifax Inc.
The most valuable feature in UiPath is different from one process that we build to the next. I would say that the ease of configuring new processes may be one of the most consistently valuable features for our robot production. Creating a process is just a drag-and-drop solution most of the time. With this automated feature for process creation, it is very easy to make what we need, and that ease-of-use is valuable. View full review »
Automati62f1
Automation Engineer at a consultancy with 1,001-5,000 employees
The number-one valuable feature is the ease of use. I come from a development background where I wrote a lot of code. The fact that you have these activities with pre-built functionality is great. You can drag them in and use them as shortcuts to get to an end result faster than if you had to do it in a programming language. UiPath exceeded my expectations in this area. Also, the training that's available through the UiPath RPA Academy, as well as the community - the forums, where you can ask questions - both are helpful. The community is a good way to see what others are doing and learn tips and tricks for the platform. That's very useful in comparison to other companies that do RPA but don't have robust training. View full review »
reviewer1214619
Senior Consultant at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable feature of this solution is the ease of using it. This includes the way the activities are set up, and how easy it is to solve problems by searching with Google if we're stuck. We did not have to do a lot of customization because the standard UiPath activities fit our needs. This is a big point for us because we end up customizing most of the products that we use just to satisfy our own business needs. In the case of Studio, we didn't have to create a lot of custom activities. View full review »
Tyler Williams
Tax Systems Manager at QuikTrip
* Its flexibility * Anything you can do on a computer with enough effort, you can get the robot to do it. * It is ease to use and user-friendly. * The Academy training is well put together. View full review »
Nathan Boeke
Principal Robotic Configuration Specialist at Allianz life
The most valuable features for me in Studio can be anything that helps me test or debug. It saves me a lot of time and it saves our QA team a lot of time setting up separate environments, test data, and things like that. The most valuable thing in Orchestrator is just how easy it is and the fact that it's cloud-based. It is also useful in that it allows non-technical users to get information about their projects. For example, they can find out if independent components are up and functioning; if something is down they can find out what went wrong. View full review »
reviewer1214598
RPA Manager at a government with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable features for us are the recording tools. They allow the capture of user actions on the screen and then the recordings can be converted into workflow sequences. The activities are very simple to use and easy to put together in order to automate the processes. Once we get Orchestrator, that feature will probably be the most valuable, but we are currently not able to put it into production. View full review »
reviewer1214604
Product Manager at a financial services firm with 201-500 employees
I would say the most valuable feature in the solution is Orchestrator in conjunction with the customer service piece which is also very valuable. The ability to troubleshoot whether it is infrastructure support or a development support issue, having somebody to reach out and provide feedback is very beneficial. View full review »
reviewer1214562
Automation Delivery Lead at a pharma/biotech company with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable feature is Studio, which allows developers to specifically focus on development. Orchestrator allows us to connect those things together. View full review »
Terry Yoo
Sr Finance BI Manager at Vulcan
The most valuable feature is automating processes and tasks, giving users time for more value-added activities. This results in cost savings. The free community edition allowed us to test out the technology before investing in it. View full review »
Jack McBride
CEO at OnQ
We are a development shop for UiPath, so we use the Studio all day long. We really like the Orchestrator and how I'm able to see what's going on with all of the different automations. View full review »
Daniel Lombard
Project Manager and RPA(Robotics Process Automation) Lead at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
I think it's the ease of use for the developer, so we can actually make use of people within subject matter experts rather than having fully fledged developers, so that's one of the main features. And, I think, based on that, it is actually the speed in which we can deliver some of these automations, so the delivery and the build of the box is actually much quicker than your conventional development, so those will be my two top points at this stage. View full review »
reviewer1214556
Sr Manager Operational Support at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
Capitalize on the unattended automation, as there are a lot of different methods to evoke and schedule it. You can email it, trigger it via API bots or Orchestrator. There are a lot of different methods you can use. We don't really do a whole lot of attended. Not that we wouldn't at some point, but unattended is nice because it's out of sight and out of mind. Set it up and let it go. We are the first company to bring UiPath Academy in-house on the 30th of September. When we signed our licensing agreement, we added it in our own LMS. So, we have that connection and everything else. We love it. We've implemented all of their modules: RPA Starter, all three of the development courses, Solution Architect, Business Analyst, and Build a Bot. It's super exciting. It's one of the best things that we've done. I would rate it a five out of five. View full review »
Chakradhar Sriperumbudur
Sr Vice President at a tech services company
It is easy to implement and use to provide training to people. With a lot of other tools, it is more about scripting. Whereas with this solution, it has a more hands on GUI-based feature. It is easy to use and quick to install. View full review »
Russell Barrett
Robotic Sales Specialist at T-Impact
For us, it's the ability to offer as a subscription model. We looked at the other competitors to UiPath, and we found that the way of delivery that we offer is a subscription model. It's a very, very small upfront fee and a monthly cost, and UiPath gives us the flexibility to do that. Some of the other vendors don't do that because they sign you up for ten licenses over three years, and it's just not practical for us. From a cost perspective, it's not really relevant. It's really about the processes they're trying to automate. A lot of people are doing data de-duplication and data onboarding, so an attended robot is absolutely fine. Whereas when we're trying to do things like answering an email, an inbound email, set up a process, respond to that client, then a 24/7 unattended robot is the way to go. We use a mix of that with our client base. View full review »
Cristian Paun
Head of Business Transformation & Procurement at Lombard
When you build a house, if you do not have a strong foundation, it's just going to fall apart, so, for us, it's a pillar. It's not the only one, but it is the cherry on the cake, that it is the one that is actually enabling the business to go further and to provide better services to our clients. At least for our case, I would say it's not the cost that was driven by attended or unattended robots. At the end of the day, my department, business transformation, I am there to transform the business for better. In some cases, you have processes in which you still need human interaction, you still need somebody to validate and make sure that, once all the data are prepared for you in the onboarding process, you certified and you double checked four eyes principle that everything is correct. In some cases you do need the attended robot. In some other cases, tax reporting for instance, you can just run it unattended and it's perfectly. You don't even need to know it. Before morning, you have the report prepared for your local authorities, and that is fine, so I think it's just a mix, depending on your business and how it's bringing much more value to you. Sometimes, it's only attended, sometimes, it's unattended, but I think, in most of the cases, you will have in any companies a mix between attended and unattended. View full review »
Nancy Huff
Lead Process Analyst at ACT
The most valuable feature right now is we have been able to utilize our staff better with the bots. We can put them on more high priority items. That was the one thing that everyone was afraid of: The bots would replace them. What we did is retrain them to do other tasks that we needed, as that was more of a priority for us. View full review »
Ruairi Adam
Head of Innovation and Technology at a tech services company
For me, the biggest feature is that my developers love it. And if my developers are happy, then I'm happy. We're totally agnostic and we use multiple providers. But the developers definitely absolutely adore the product. The speed that in which it can be deployed is something I really like as well because that cuts down on delivery times. I also like the ease of use. I like the fact that we can program our own .NET to plug into it and there are APIs for multiple different solutions, and the convenience of artificial intelligence and machine-learning and those types of capabilities as well. View full review »
Director92ca
Director at a consultancy with 1,001-5,000 employees
There are pre-built activities, which let you build stuff quickly. It is a functionality where you can record, as a baseline, what a process looks like. Then, you can iterate off of that to build the bot and make it more stable. That is pretty nice because it saves you time. It also lets you display something very quickly, so you can see exactly how it's going to work. View full review »
Richard Denton
Director at RPA Box
Orchestrator has valuable scheduling and being able to run things on demand and dynamically as well allocating the transaction, and the studio are good features. Nothing stands out in particular. Everything's kind of equal, it just depends on the task you need to complete. With an unattended robot, you can schedule it and have it running autonomously. The solution is quick and easy to implement. It's fairly easy, and it means clients don't have to get IT involved. If you get IT involved in anything there's always blockers and there are always other priorities. View full review »
reviewer1214553
Sr Digital Transformation Consultant at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
It is easy to use. That is definitely one thing that attracts people. I really like the feature that you get to record actions. I wish that feature was a bit more advanced where I could build more automation. Sometimes, you have to stop the robot because the robot doesn't get the level of detail that I am expecting to see in the automation. Then, you have to stop the bot, and stop or break the recording. While it's nice in creating a first sort of brush off your automation, I wish it would just go a step further. I really like the new products that were announced here. The apps have a lot of potential. I'm interested in learning more about that in the next few months. The same thing with StudioX. Although, it would be interesting to see if they're more business-friendly or not. While UiPath is advertised as a low code platform, you can't put it in the hands of a business user. They have no idea what some of the features are. Some things, they need to have extensive training and be tech savvy in several things before they can go there. Several of us took training using the UiPath Academy. I thought the UiPath Academy was very intuitive and easy to use. I would give it a five out of five rating. View full review »
Lisa Bruecher
Manager at Vindelici Advisors GmbH
You need an understanding of how to code, use the variables and arguments, etc. That was why I was excited for StudioX. I tried it earlier, and it was amazing. This is actually what they were missing. Studio is great because you can do so much stuff. View full review »
Felicia Schmid
Senior Consultant at Vindelici
Orchestrator lets you start a credential stair, so you can get the credentials in a safe way. Before this, they were afraid that credentials would be stored somewhere and people could see them. I think it's really important for our customers that you can do that in Orchestrator. The scheduling feature is also valuable of course. In terms of ease of use, I would rate this solution as four out of five. I think it's very easy, but our customers are sometimes not so technical. When they come from the business side, it's somehow hard for them to understand. I would give the RPA Academy training program five out of five. Without it, I don't think I could have started implementing this solution. I did the developer program just for a general understanding of how everything works: how Orchestrator works and how it all works together. For me, it was really important to do the training then. It was very good, so I really liked it. View full review »
reviewer1214541
Process Architect at a insurance company with 201-500 employees
As we are mostly using unintended robots right now, the main value we see is the ability for the solution to take away the redundant tasks. That's the key value. But there's tremendous potential in the attended or hybrid model. The value I see there is allowing people to automate partially or at a time. Whether that's something that we've identified clearly now or something that we look at in the future, I think that lives in the attended or hybrid piece. It would be nice to just see what more we could do and what more value we could add to the business there. On a scale of one to five, I would validate the ease of use to maintain our processes almost at five now that the solution has introduced Studio X. Studio X has the potential of empowering people to prototype and then pass along more qualified information. It's a game-changer. Right now just being able to capture process, even without Studio X, let's say we video it or we capture it by way of a traditional Vizio diagram, enables asking work instructions, etc. It allows us to capture and standardize what people are doing as well as take steps toward optimizing processes in general. It's all good stuff. I wouldn't know without looking at the actual metrics, but I would say in general our pay projects probably cut time by factors. Simply because people do things more slowly, more inefficiently. They're interrupting where the bot is not. That's the reason why we love it so much. The potentials of cost and time savings and the possibility of really having people get some of their time back is great. View full review »
BryanGraham
AI Chief Technologist at BRMi
It has a core tool set of things in use to quickly put together an automation, whether it's interacting with an application or website. It gives you the tool kit that you need to quickly put something together. Very often, we can create something in a very short time frame, like in less than a day, and show it to someone. Then, they can see the immediate value of the solution. UiPath was easy to use when I first came into it. Though, I have a software developer background, so a lot of the concepts were very easy for me. UiPath has a whole bunch of online courses in the UiPath Academy. These are very helpful on understanding the capabilities of the tool and some of the nuisances of it. View full review »
Vaibhav Bakre
Managing Director at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
The way we look at it is that features are a commodity. We prefer to look at the value it provides. Having said that, it is very easy to use. We have seen new developers becoming productive in a matter of weeks, not months. The entire solution is structured in such a nice way that clients can start seeing benefits in six to eight weeks. View full review »
FlorentSalendres
Senior Consultant at a consultancy with 201-500 employees
UiPath is bringing into the table a totally new way to automate things. Automation is not something new, but UiPath allows you to automate very easily and without many technical skill requirements. View full review »
Margaret Abt
Web Developer at USDA
Having looked at other RPA software, I think UiPath is the most user-friendly. At the same time, it's robust enough to customize and get into the source code. It's accessible, but also has enough features for more hands-on developers to be able to do what they need to do. From the two that I've seen, it was the more user-friendly one. I have used UiPath's Academy for some of the foundational level training, not the more advanced ones. I think I had some feedback at the time. It's been a few months since I've taken it. Overall it was pretty good. View full review »
Jeremy Rank
Application Support Engineer at Centene Corporation
The most valuable feature is the unattended robots as they completely take tasks out of the user's hands. View full review »
Dhaval Shrimankar
Manager at Capgemini
The graphical user interface of the UiPath Studio is fantastic. For someone who is not a computer science major, or for someone who doesn't know how to code but is really good with visual flows, Studio makes it very easy for those individuals to build robots. That's one of the best features that I've seen. There are other features that add different values, but Studio, in my opinion, is definitely one of the best. Overall, UiPath is really easy to use. For example, if somebody is an automated tester, they spent a lot of time trying to identify selectors, and UiPath makes it really easy to find those selectors. You will run into instances where you have to do some manual manipulation to make sure that the correct selectors are identified. But if it's a pretty straightforward instance and you are using something like Selenium, it is very tedious. Whereas, if you use something like UiPath, it is really easy. View full review »
reviewer1214547
Sr Consultant at a marketing services firm with 1-10 employees
The most valuable aspect is the different capabilities and features that can be applied to different processes. I don't consider one particular feature more valuable than the others because they are all relevant to what the need is. View full review »
Bard Strom
Chief Digital Officer at Cutters As
Valuable features include rapid development and the scale of solution. The most valuable feature would be accuracy: The ability to perform the same job accurately and consistently. View full review »
Philip Holt
VP Finance Continuous Improvement at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
I think it's the relative ease of use. It's really bridging that gap between the human interface with the technology that we're using and giving us an automation advantage that you just couldn't get from any other type of solution. View full review »
Aaron Falk
Process System Administrator at Rich products
The most valuable features of Studio are all of the activities that UiPath and their partners have developed. View full review »
Brian Schall
Project Manager at MidAmerican Energy Holdings Company
I would say just the ability to be able to go outside of the IT department in our organization to get things done and have a sort of agile group to do automation. It is difficult to get IT involved in this type of thing in our organization. So being able to have our own agile group is beneficial for us. Another thing that is valuable is that I think it's just saved a lot of our finance and customer service people a lot of manual time on processes. We are just able to involve a lot more value-added work. View full review »
MichaelPeters
Senior RPA and AI at Bertelsmann
The most valuable feature in Orchestrator is the scalability. The most valuable feature of unattended robots is that they are always available. View full review »
AccountOe4fd
Account Ops Senior Coordinator at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
I like that it's very flexible, so we can design our automation the way we need to. Some other RPA tools don't really allow us to use all the applications that for our team. It's also very easy to use. There is a lot of drag-and-drop. There are many different ways to complete a solution. For example, if we're trying to manipulate Excel data, sometimes one solution will be really slow and ineffective, but UiPath gives us the ability to find multiple ways to do the same thing and complete the same solution much more quickly. View full review »
reviewer1214670
IT Manager at a mining and metals company with 10,001+ employees
I don't think there is one most valuable feature. From my viewpoint, Orchestrator is great because I'm able to manage and control the robots and licensing. Obviously Studio is very valuable for our developers because it gives a nice visual way of developing the robots. Of course, the robots themselves do all the work. It is really a package that has to be put together. View full review »
Jon Andersen
Senior Manager AI at Telenor
The platform is object-orientated. You can create and reuse objects, which is a great feature. UiPath has decided that people who are great at what they do can be invited into the platform and utilize services on the platform. This is another great feature, and one of the reasons that we initially chose the product as our platform. The solution is easy to use. When you put it together with the UiPath Academy, it's easy to get it going and understand. The drag and drop feature makes it simple and easy to use. The UiPath Academy is great and helpful. View full review »
Richard Autry
Consultant RPA Developer at a tech company with 10,001+ employees
Ease of use and speed of development are the most valuable features. The overall integration with Microsoft stack and a few other third party vendors, like Google, are very useful to us. Having these built into the product speeds up our development, so we don't have to code a bunch of connectors on our own. View full review »
Prathibha Nawabpet
RPA Developer at Lsc communication
The most valuable feature in Studio is the macros. They are very useful but at the same time, it depends on how we write them. UiPath is very easy to learn. View full review »
Directora76e
Director of Business Systems at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
* The OCR capabilities, to take somewhat structured data and put them into more structured data so that we can do our analysis. * Screen scraping. * The overall process of integrating it with other applications that we use in our analysis. * It has also exceeded our expectations in the fact that it's a lot quicker to implement than we thought it would be. View full review »
Manisha Katram
Developer at Octo Consulting Group
The value for us is that it resembles the native tools that most people have grown accustomed to. Most people come from another company where they may not have used Active Roles. Active Roles resembles traditional tools like Microsoft's, which is really good because it eases the way people interact with the tool. AD and AAD management features are really good. They're better than native tools; they offer an added value. They show more fields than traditional tools, such as password age and status of things that you normally wouldn't see. We still have the mailbox and user information all on one screen, whereas in native tools, you need two tools to show that information. View full review »
reviewer1214601
IT Manager at a mining and metals company with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable feature in Orchestrator is that it stores the credentials in a safe way. Our clients were afraid that the credentials would be stored where somebody could see them and being able to schedule bots with the credentials available is very important for them. View full review »
Storm Pracht
RPA Developer at Security benefit
I don't know all of the features so the scope of my view is a little limited as to what may be best or most valuable overall. For me, the ease of use is definitely valuable. Assembly of processes is just drag-and-drop and that simplifies a lot of things. Annotation is also very easy to do and it helps to make things clear to understand during development. I can go look at someone else's code and within an hour understand what it's doing without having to consult the other developer. On a scale from one to five where one is very difficult and five is great, I would rate the ease of use of the platform a four. View full review »
Ramesh Menon
Co-Founder at Cevitr
As a product, the stability that it brings in, the volume of transactions it's able to handle, and some of the leading feature functionality in terms of AI and cognitive capability. It's absolutely brilliant. We are focused more on the unattended space. That's where our predominant offering is. Though in the newer version of UiPath, there are new features coming up in the attended space, which we might have a look at. From a cost point-of-view, since it's a platform offering, we are able to offer it as a service so it's not a price per robot that we typically charge our customers. It's a slightly different model. View full review »
Edward Burrows
Robotic Process Automation Program Manager at U.S. General Services Administration
The most value we got from UiPath is the ability to automate manual tasks, reduce labor hours, and shift people to higher value work. We found the solution easy to use. We wanted to train our staff who were not IT and we were able to do that. People who worked in financial operations were able to learn the software and have successfully developed bots. View full review »
Peter Nielson
RPA Developer at EWII
The seamless integration with programming underneath, so if you choose to, you can get a bit technical with stuff. If there is something missing, you can make it yourself. The increasing amount of possibilities in Orchestrator to control robots and schedule them, with the possibly of a dynamic schedule in the future. In addition, there is API access to Orchestrator. View full review »
Develope936a
Developer at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
UiPath allows people to do more value-added work. I found that we were able to take a person well versed in access programming and convert them to be an RPA developer with relative ease. The UiPath Academy RPA training is phenomenal. Just the fact that they offer that information is a huge selling point for them. I continually share links to the site and I encourage people to go out. I tell them to take the training if they want to learn more. I started the technical training, but I kind of oversee the program, so I didn't have to learn all of it. Nevertheless, just the awareness of what RPA is and those intro-functional courses were very informative. View full review »
reviewer1212582
Associate Director at a government with 10,001+ employees
The design capability in Studio is great. The way that you can monitor the robots within Orchestrator is helpful. Together, the aggregated features add value to the day-to-day operations of the business. View full review »
Staretgyddf0
Strategy and Analytics Consultant at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
The object cloning in UiPath is a lot more consistent than Automation Anywhere. The consistency with which it captures the information that it's supposed to in order to do the rest of the process is probably the most useful component of the tool package. View full review »
reviewer1214544
Application Developer at a wholesaler/distributor with 5,001-10,000 employees
Unattended robots are my favorite because it allows us to completely remove a process from a person's day. The process can be fully automated and scheduled out of Orchestrator to run. Whether it's several times a day or once a month or whatever it may be, that user no longer has to worry about whatever that task was. View full review »
reviewer1214667
Consultant at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
The most valuable features are the scheduler, queues, and activities. The activities are there for applications like Excel, Word, and Outlook. View full review »
Nihal Khalifa
Operations Support Sr Manager at Etisalat UAE
The unattended, back-office robots are the most beneficial feature. View full review »
Jeff Martin
AVP Customer Experience at Encova Ins
With the robotics and management of Orchestrator, we are able to kick things off. We are starting to get more out of the scheduling of these and into more on demand triggered events, such as a RESTful service calls and things of that nature. The ease of using the platform for automating your company's processes is a five out of five. It is super simple. Everyone who we have in our robotics team had no experience with automation or robotics previously. They went online took the classes from UiPath. They started with the Community Edition, just to play with it themselves, then they were probably experts within a couple of months. View full review »
Karil Quintana
RPA Develepor at Equinix, Inc.
What I find the most valuable about UiPath is flexibility in adding code. That ability is the most important feature for me and what I do. View full review »
Sandeep Alexander Goni
Chief Technology Officer at a consultancy with 11-50 employees
It's easy to use and it's easy to host. The most valuable features are the ease of use and the UI. It's much better compared to all the competitor applications out there. I've literally used all the applications that are in the market, and UiPath has been, by far, the best. Another prime factor is that it scales up horizontally and is on the cloud, on AWS cloud. That's where we host our processes and our services. That connectivity feature, the availability, is a primary winning element. View full review »
Maria Evert Riveros
RPA Developer at University of Copenhagen
It is very easy to make beautiful, clear, well-documented workflows that clearly reflect the process. This is an achievement that is not always feasible with regular code. Even though each activity in UiPath is like a line of code, the user interface in Studio and the use of states, flowcharts, and sequences make it so easy to understand the overall process and get an overview of what is actually happening. UiPath is easy to use, and it CAN be used by non-programmers, but it is even better to use for programmers. It allows us to make very robust and effective solutions because we have all the functionality of the powerful .NET Framework library within reach, all while the UI makes it possible to create truly beautiful solutions. View full review »
Zachary Rubenfeld
RPA Developer at Guidehouse
The differentiation between unattended and attended bots is valuable, as well as being able to do portions of a process that are unattended coupled with portions that are attended. We can get human interaction, all within the same product. The product is easy to use and definitely exceeded my expectations in that context. I have an IT enterprise architecture background with some computer programming experience. This was very easy to grasp. The additional plugins and different partner programs have been a huge help. View full review »
reviewer1214628
Head of Automation at a retailer with 1,001-5,000 employees
Orchestrator has a lot of good features including the configuration, the queues, the transaction reporting, the logs, and accessibility. This technology gives you the ability to build a solution using any legacy system. View full review »
reviewer1214625
RPA Developer at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The most valuable feature of this solution is the training that is available. You can just access the resources. There is a Community Edition of this solution, which is a plus. Some other vendors do not offer this or have just started offering it. Accessibility is the biggest thing. View full review »
Larry Hinds
Systems Administrator at Allied Solutions
I like Orchestrator and how easy it is to manipulate and get your data, to see what's going on. My job is to make sure that the system is running, so it's very easy to go to the Orchestrator through the dashboards. If it's not running, you'll see through the logs what's not running and what has caused the problem. At that point, normally, I escalate it to whoever needs to work on it. The company likes this solution because of scalability. View full review »
reviewer1214592
Solution Architect at a engineering company with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable feature of Studio is the ease of use. It is really easy for people to learn the basics and the learning curve is not steep. Orchestrator makes it very easy to manage the platform. View full review »
Jaideep Gangui
Co-Founder and Oracle Fusion Middleware Architect at Fusion Applied
The features that we use the most for our use case include reading PDFs, email integration, and web and desktop automation talking to other desktop software. We have generally found it easy to use, but we also develop some extensions. We are actually a software development shop, so we have developed extensions to the core UiPath platform. They have made it pretty easy to do that. View full review »
Patrick Graf Von Hardenberg
Senior IT Project Manager at Otto group
The most valuable feature of this solution is the unattended automation. This solution is easy to use and it saves you time. View full review »
Camilo Gutierrez
RPA Leader and Business Analyst at Ecopetrol
All of the UiPath's components, meaning Studio, Orchestrator, and Unattended Robotics, are really important for us because they offer really clean processes. The one that generates more value for us is the Orchestrator because we are planning to really scale up the factory. It helps us to have an overview and control. With the insights that they announced recently, I hope we have really great control over it in the company. In terms of ease of use, I would rate the solution five out of five. It's really intuitive and any people that have the basics of coding can handle it. View full review »
Daniel Hartzler
Digital Workforce Analyst at a energy/utilities company with 10,001+ employees
I love Orchestrator: * The configuration part * The amount of keys * Transaction reporting * Logs * Accessibility on the iPhone. View full review »
Conrad Tyson
Data Analyst at BAE Systems
It has a simple user interface. We used to have the training onsite Friday and Thursday, and while I personally have a computer science and web development background, a majority of the people there were finance and were procurement who didn't have any technical background. Yet, they are able to learn it because of the GUI and hotkeys, because it is just enter, drag this there, and do that. You don't have to write any code. You simply click function, open an Excel file, and open web browser, then you just grab and drag it. This makes it easy to understand what you have to do and where you have to put fields. View full review »
Saif Ul Islam Khan
Sr Managing Consultant at Abacus Consulting
* The ease of the processes * There is no coding at all required to implement a complex business process. If you have some programming background, it will help you. However, if you are a business user, you can still develop simple processes. * The automated recording helps quite a bit. You record a complete business process along with human interactions to the desktop or web application. You can easily manipulate them. Once you are done, you have a complete recording of the interactions, which you can use to tweak your requirements. View full review »
ManagerT65ee
Manager of Technology Service Automation at a logistics company with 1,001-5,000 employees
* Rapid development: If we can develop something in four weeks, then see value back, that is big for us. * The quick delivery is good. * The solution is easy to use. View full review »
Wayne Ahrens
Engineer at a construction company with 5,001-10,000 employees
The most valuable feature for us has been the ability to take data out of where we have it — Excel sheets or wherever it may be — and translate it into customer-owned Citrix environments. Our primary core is engineering. A lot of our business requires us to take data what we have developed as part of the design process and relay that into work orders or other process triggers, ordering triggers, or material ordering, or different things for our clients. Allowing us to interface local data with Citrix environments is going to be a big deal. View full review »
Manoj Choudhary
Tech Lead in RPA Offerings at Perspecta
Screen scraping credentials of whatever features that it has. The robot can log into the system, scrape the data, and enter the data into the system. This eliminates a lot of the manual work that the team had to do, which has improved the performance. Our teams used to do a lot of data entry, and this repetitive work has been reduced. The same resource can now work on some high-end work. The ease of the use is good and exceeded my expectations. The implementation became easier and more standardized. Also, our development time has been reduced. Using ReFrameWork, we saw that the code become organized very nicely by UiPath and the implementation became easier and more standardized with more prebuilt components, which reduced development time. If you load the ReFrameWork nicely, you can do things faster and more standardized. View full review »
GunjanSharma
RPA Lead at Slalom Consulting
Orchestrator's value really comes from scheduling and jobs, where robots can trigger other robots. I can't speak to the new versions yet, but they all seem great. Attended is where the human and robot interaction can happen seamlessly. With unattended, some of the processes that were earlier so mundane are all being done without any human interaction, so that provides true end-to-end uninterrupted automation. I would rate the ease of use for this solution as five out of five. The UiPath Academy RPA training is awesome. It's top of the line, so I would also say that it should get a five out of five rating. View full review »
Suresh Babu
CRO at Imaginea Technologies
The democratization, automation, and attended automation, all of these are pretty good features. Those are all good value add to what it was there previously. The moment a machine takes over, there are fewer errors. That is inherent. When you say value, that is the cost-benefit. View full review »
Jesper Kristensen
Business Analyst at Region Syddanmark
It is great for automation. It can reduce the time needed for the entire work assignment, freeing up time for something more exciting. View full review »
Shaguna Virmani
Manager Applications Development at Mercury General Corporation
The most valuable feature of this solution is the unattended robots because I can schedule my jobs and it can run on its own. I don't need to pay much attention, except in the case of an exception. That is the only time that I need to deal with it. View full review »
reviewer1214649
Consultant at a consultancy with 201-500 employees
Studio is the most valuable feature from the aspect of developing a bot. It is very nice from the drag and drop perspective. It is very easy to follow and has low guidance from the technical aspect. View full review »
Wayne Bockhorn
Senior Systems Analyst at a pharma/biotech company with 10,001+ employees
The robots that I have developed can take a process that is normally very complicated and simplify it. View full review »
Manager1675
Manager at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
* The fast development and deployment is what I like about the solution. * There is a lot of support from the community. * The product is really stable. * It is easy to use. * It integrates naturally with environments in most scenarios, which is good from an implementation standpoint. View full review »
Ajay
Software Engineer at a software R&D company with 10,001+ employees
With this simple UI, my experience with UiPath is approximately four months. Whatever, I have noticed their priority is "feel the experience while using UiPath", and by the end of the day, this is what makes it different even in the business revenue. View full review »
Kenneth Suen
Strategy and Analytics Consultant at Deloitte
When I was first introduced to UiPath, I stated that I am very adamantly not a coder. I hate code, lines, and missing that semicolon somewhere in there. Being able to understand that your path is structured as a process flow, you are still able to declare variables, and ensure the background logic is sound. You are also able to really visualize what the process needs to do and the paths that it needs to take: true, false, etc. So, it has been very useful in terms of crafting it. View full review »
KevinBrown
Project Delivery Manager at Deloitte
I'm developing my first bot, so I can't answer that yet. I've just got my UiPath certification, been thrust into a project which I'm pretty excited about. I don't know what our client is going to ask as of yet. Obviously, those parameters are probably going to change weekly, if not daily. I think there's some scalability to UiPath that's going to make everything pretty convenient and easy to use. The tool is very simple, even for a layman like myself without a coding background. It's a gateway to the process automation industry. I think this is really the simplest and easiest way to do it. I used the UiPath Academy and got a certification. It was very easy to use, they are very patient, but it's not automatic. They are very diverse and applications are necessary. The steps just take you all the way through. If you reach a stopping point, you can literally just start over. Then you can try again with another series of questions, some more accessibilities, or different paths towards the same outcome. I loved it. I thought it was pretty simple and pretty easy to use. It's very non-stressful. Regarding automation, we serve the federal government here, so I'm working for a very specific division in my company. We're serving the client, so I don't even know how new and exciting this is going to be. This is going to be huge. I think we're right on the cusp of all of it. The sky's the limit. View full review »
Thomas Mathews
President at Onq technologies
The most valuable feature of this solution is the ease of deployment. View full review »
Alexander Yarmarkov
CTO at OOO “DMS”
All of the features are valuable. I think the best feature for Russian government customers is security. Security in Orchestration for requiring credentials. Our customers are usually serious about security. View full review »
KamranKhan
VP Strategy at Interimage
* The ability to integrate easily within our IT environment. * The ease in which we are able to program and tie it into our various applications. View full review »
Dan Wulff
RPA Specialist at Unifeeder
I'm not that technical, and the product is easy to go into and use. It is also easy to get started using UiPath. There are a lot of powerful box components with the possibilities of creating your own. View full review »
reviewer1214709
Process Consultant at a energy/utilities company with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable feature of Orchestrator is that it gives you the ability to control everything from a centralized location. You can have access to everything that is running. For unattended bots, the best feature is the value that you get from not needing to have somebody there to do the job. It's a time-saving benefit. View full review »
reviewer1214712
Architect at a wholesaler/distributor with 5,001-10,000 employees
We leverage all of the components in this solution. The most valuable feature is Studio, which is a very powerful tool. View full review »
Swaroop Kumar Sahu
RPA Developer at Danfoss
You don't need to know coding, as it's pretty straightforward. The graphical user interface is easy to use. It is drag and drop. You do need to understand the basics of what's happening, what you're doing, and how the technical things work. However, after a short bit of training, you can start doing stuff, and the more you learn, the better you become. There are so many workarounds. It allows you to do complicated things in such an easy way. UiPath has provided so many APIs that make it easy to interact with other databases or applications without even going into them. If I wanted to download something from a website, then I don't need to necessarily go into it, I can use the API function, which is very cool. View full review »
Thomas Jakobson
Service Control Manager at Carglass
* The automatization part * The OCR technology: Having it automated and putting it into other systems. View full review »
Henrik Hanasand
RPA Developer at Direktoratet for økonomistyring
The platform is open, and we can connect it to other technologies. We connect it to SAP using the SAP Connector. We are also using intelligent OCR technology to read receipts. View full review »
reviewer1214694
IT Analyst at a printing company with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable feature for us right now is being able to automate our process applications. View full review »
Lewis Hardwick
Co-Founder at a tech consulting company
I would say the most valuable features of UiPath are the scalability and the stability of the product as well as the ease of use and rapid deployment. It's easy to learn. It's easy to get return on investment when using UiPath. We tend to see that clients tend to deploy a blend of both attended and unattended bots. This tends to balance out because the unattended bots are the ones that augment existing processes and cherry pick out parts that a human still sits doing, whereas unattended bots are probably the more valuable in terms of removing the human element altogether. View full review »
Ed Hogan
Senior Application Developer at Intalere
* It is reasonably easy to use. * The FTE payback benefit. View full review »
Bejoy Edison Mark
RPA Team Lead at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
* Unlike other leading RPA tools, UiPath provides a great user interface so that a person with minimum technical knowledge can understand the flow. * UiPath provides a large number of activities which we can reuse as per our need just by changing the properties and parameters. * UiPath provides the flexibility to create custom activities as per our need. * UiPath supports integration with various OCR, cognitive services, ML and IoT related services and tools. * UiPath provides the flexibility to use an unattended robot without the need for Orchestrator. * UiPath Orchestrator component is a very powerful tool which if utilized effectively, can make the robot management and monitoring very easy. * UiPath Orchestrator supports using APIs, in which we can get the details from the Orchestrator database. * UiPath’s recording feature is very helpful to begin the automation process and provides options to choose from recorders as per our need. * UiPath supports version controlling feature which is very useful when the project is done by sharing tasks with multiple persons in the team. * UiPath provides various workflow models such as sequence, flowchart, and state machine. * UiPath provides an inbuilt logging facility. * UiPath provides scraping of both structured and unstructured data. * UiPath provides specific tutorial and documentation for SAP automation. * UiPath supports .NET, Python, and JavaScript codes. * UiPath provides debugging options usage, in which we can go through each activity along with the process flow, highlighting each action on the screen along with the flow, and showing the values of variables at the run time during the point execution of an activity. * UiPath provides the facility to use numerous .NET namespaces by importing them easily to the project. * UiPath provides the flexibility to create a custom activity from our custom .NET DLL. View full review »
Muhammad Khan
Head of Commercial Contracts Business Development RPA at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
The Unattended Robots are good and handy. If you have the proper team and environment available, especially a team who is experienced and knows how to develop with a sense of excellence, then a lot of tasks can be done outside office hours. Then, the next day, teams can come in and have the information that they need readily available. View full review »
reviewer1214703
Analyst at a energy/utilities company with 11-50 employees
The most valuable feature of Studio is the ease of use for developers who do not have a technical background. The user interface is good. View full review »
ProgramM054d
Program Manager at a government with 51-200 employees
The most valuable feature of UiPath is we have direct access to read and write data in our applications, so we don't need to build a back-end interface. View full review »
Thanos Lagios
Head of Automation at a insurance company with 10,001+ employees
* It scales fairly easily. * The UI interface and the back-end platform are very easy to use. * There is a roadmap for growth in the organization: scalability-wise and additional features going forward. View full review »
Gabriel Prefac
Business Transformation and Automation Specialist at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
Firstly, it showed everybody that automation is possible and that it does not require much effort. The future holds a lot of surprises when you put the right technology to the right process, then you get great results. What I can say is that we see a solid return on investment, both for us and for our customers. View full review »
Jason Mora
Business Analyst at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
There is a big community, which is very helpful and end user friendly. View full review »
Tyson Green
Developer/Consultant at Confidante Group
You can see how things work in terms of selecting elements within the operating system. It is important to see what UiPath is selecting, then you can implement dynamic selectors. It is relatively easy to use. Once you do all the training, then it is really simple. It met our expectations. View full review »
Arun Antony
RPA Developer | Automation Engineer at a non-tech company with 51-200 employees
* UiPath has a Community Edition for learning and trialing out, available free of cost. * UiPath also has several dedicated online academies with video tutorials and various courses, which can make you a hero from zero in RPA, again free of cost. * UiPath community forum has a lot of active members and helps developers to resolve any query/tips to handle challenges related to development, deployment, and production. * The UiPath support desk replies and resolves all of our tickets/issues within a business day and even helped us by coming to our office, for tasks like license renewal, migration of bots, etc. * UiPath also has a dedicated marketplace serving as an open platform for sharing different packages by developers around the globe. This helps the developer community with reusability and scalability of features by sharing their own individual packages. View full review »
Bhushan Wanhere
User
* Easy use of activities and flowcharts * REFramework for error handling * Different types of platforms to create a process are available like flowcharts, sequence, transactional, agent process, and REFramework. * Depending on the type of the process, we can choose which of the above-mentioned type we can use. * Version control like SVN, TFS is available in the latest versions. View full review »
Danish Ahamed
User
I recommend UiPath to others. It doesn't limit your skills in a programming language. Instead, it has a more extensive feature on it. Hence we can utilize those to inject our code, and it is versatile to any programming language even though the technology that UiPath uses is built under .NET. View full review »
reviewer1214679
Transformation Manager at a software R&D company with 10,001+ employees
We're just starting to use UiPath now but the automation process which reduces human intervention is the one we like most. It's also very easy to use. I'm not directly involved in the program side. We have a team. I am the intermediator between our two teams. Those guys prepare the documentation and solution. View full review »
Sofie Roer Hojgaard
Senior Automation Architect at Orsted
It is easy to use, automate, and scale. View full review »
Leo Dasilva
Process Excellence Leader at a leisure / travel company
UiPath Orchestrator is a tool which allows to us to orchestrate all the commands, like a manager and their employees. We can do a lot of processes, not just in one department. It has flexibility, where you can do a process then to move to another process when there is nothing to do. With one robot, you can program it to do many processes. The programming seems easy. View full review »
Rasmus Rovelt Andreasen
Lean Manager at Novo Nordisk
Automation can be done in many ways, but UiPath is a more simple approach. There, any layman can learn how to program in UiPath, which is its main benefit. View full review »
reviewer1214730
Business Transformation Advisor at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The most valuable feature is that you can save time when you have to run the same process over and over again with little variation. View full review »
Christian Birch Molgaard
Senior Admin Automation Engineer at Danfoss
It is very easy to use, and you still have a lot of possibilities to modify what you are trying to do and achieve. View full review »
Jose Antonio Flores
Manager of IT and Development at Gecu
The automation of repetitive tasks that eliminate human error. The speed: It is so fast when it replaces a human, you become much more efficient. View full review »
HimanshuJain
User
I am an automation expert responsible for creating utilities which help support systems in easing down their business and saving lots of money with redundant efforts. Earlier, it was done using software code, but once I latched on to UiPath, I was overwhelmed with the ease, flexibility, integration, and support provided by it. Along with that, UiPath provides the best learning material and easiest learning curve making it one of the popular tools in the market. I also found the UiPath community forum very helpful which is a big plus for developers like us. The latest version of UiPath (Community Edition, v2019.2.0) contains a beta version of AI computer vision which we have just used, and I am sure that it's going to kill in the market with such an ease of recognizing UI elements. Additionally, now we can also retrieve the header of HTTP requests which was a must use case for our project, and it eased out a lot of re-work. View full review »
Ranjith-Kumar
Software Engineer at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
The specific feature I find most valuable is its ability to access a database, automating inquiries, and sending emails. This is very useful. Now, spreadsheets and ledger books can be done within five seconds. View full review »
Sanyam Jain
User
I love the ease and smoothness of the tool. The company has its own academy in which you can learn from fundamentals to advanced level. Each time you complete a level, they praise you with a certificate so that you keep being motivated. Personally, I have half completed level three. The tool can be accessed easily either when you want to schedule a task on VM or on your own computer. Generally, I do data scraping and automation tasks, for example, I scrape the Twitter data using hashtags. I scrape +ve and -ve tweets to an Excel file up to some pages and then analyze the text into +ve and -ve tweets using natural language text understanding. View full review »
Shan K M
RPA Developer at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
As a software engineer, the features I felt the most valuable are given below: * Version control * Python support * Time-saving * The wide knowledge base on the internet. * The UiPath forum is awesome; we can find solutions to every problem from there. * It has nice support too. View full review »
reviewer1214646
Business Analyst at a renewables & environment company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Its intuitiveness is great. This solution is very user-friendly. There is almost no need to have programming knowledge. The solution has helped us eliminate human errors, by about 40%. It also saves us time. View full review »
Brian Joyce
IT at a energy/utilities company
The most valuable feature is automating tasks that are highly repetitive, such as Accounts Payable. It is also easy to use. View full review »
Armando Lee
RPA Manager at a healthcare company with 201-500 employees
* UiPath has been of great help when planning on reducing cost in our production. * Improvement in quality, as the bot is more accurate * No need to spend money on training new people, hiring, etc. View full review »
Khushal Chate TOSCA Certified Professional
Consultant at a consultancy with 10,001+ employees
* UiPath supports integration with various OCR, cognitive, ML, and IoT related services and tools. * UiPath provides the flexibility to use unattended robots without the need for Orchestrator. View full review »
Jakob Jepsen
IT Consultant at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Its ability to remove manual tasks. View full review »
Guillermo Cruz
User
For our specific case, as we work with virtual and remote desktops, we find quite useful the new features that UiPath brings to work with such environments. The most recent is the computer vision package that uses a powerful OCR engine to recognize more accurately the elements in the remote screen and get the values we need or consider appropriated. Also, in general, this software is so easy to use and learn. How to use it takes no more than a full four weeks during the official training. The interface is so friendly, and the workspace is customizable. View full review »
AbhishekRastogi
User at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
* Its ease of use * The user interface is friendly. * It has self-learning tutorials. * It provides RPA advance training which provides a smooth path and helps in clearing the certification. * All Excel and manual work can be done very smoothly. * It provides REFramework which takes care of all the exception handling, and Orchestrator to remotely run the bots as per your convenience. * It provides us with UiPath Connect which is a one-stop platform for all your additional needs and for resolving issues. * Its recording feature is great and looking up to its upcoming new feature: computer vision. * This tool is very easy and smooth to work with. View full review »
reviewer1039119
User at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
It can input and retrieve data in and from the UI of almost all the desktop and browser-based applications. This feature would give you a way of interacting with applications that would trigger all the logic behind the user data, compared to DB integration, which would require more effort to have the same result. View full review »
seniorde990159
Senior Developer | Data & Automation at a consultancy with 10,001+ employees
UiPath Studio as a whole (the very 'core' component of the entire platform) allows you to concatenate all the different pieces/actions/sources you need — and doesn't matter which one that is (API, web, database, legacy system, OS application, email, or anything else like Excel, data transformation or even OCR). Also, I'd like to highlight Academy (and e-learns) — it's very good and provides you with everything necessary you need to know. View full review »
Wladimir Corrêa
Developer RPA at a tech consulting company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Integration with PDF reading OCR, Excel/CSV, SAP, Outlook/Gmail, as they are primary functions in the day-to-day operations of a company. View full review »
Mogens Oestermann
RPA Developer at Syddansk Erhvervsskole
The product is easy to learn and begin using. When you are just getting starting, you can get deep dive and start using PowerShell and other tools. It is easy to use and understand. You can learn it by yourself. View full review »
Filip Fryklund
Change Manager at Trelleborgs
You can integrate it to do many things. We have a lot of different data that comes into it. View full review »
reviewer1000371
User at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable features for me in UiPath is the ability to use more than one programming language. We can, of course, drag and drop activities, but it's also possible to run our own code/macro. The second thing which I like the most is the recording ability, all steps which we want to automate can be recorded and directly transferred as a sequence into UiPath. View full review »
seniorsp1018671
Senior Specialist - Controlling Service at a pharma/biotech company with 10,001+ employees
The training platform of UiPath is very good. It helps the business user without prior experience in programming to automize the process by themselves. This is a good approach because they are the ones with a great overview of the process and know how to control the quality of the results as well as foresee what the potential issues could be. Also, it can work on everything. UiPath is like a VBA for Excel but can work on all applications (MS Office, SAP, web browser, etc.). So the potential for automation is nearly limitless. View full review »
FelipeRangel
RPA Developer at a software R&D company with 1,001-5,000 employees
UiPath will surely win over anyone planning to join the RPA. The tool is friendly, simple to use, very visual, courses are well produced and explained, and certification is free until the end of March. View full review »
reviewer1031583
User
* Easy installation, maintenance, and competitive cost * Active community, forum, and academy with resources for individual user development. View full review »
Birinder Singh
Founder | RPA Solution Architect at Auxiliobits Technologies
UiPath is rich in features. The OCR feature is very handy to extract structured and semi-structured data from documents. A rich set of activities and an open platform is pretty helpful in creating solutions out of the box. The community forum is quite helpful in solving issues when they appear. View full review »
David Hunter
Strategic Project Manager at Ericcson
The licensing mechanism allows us to share licenses between different users. View full review »
Agenor Roris Filho
Business Analyst and Process Consultant, Test Lead at a tech services company
* The Studio tool: an environment for development with a lot of components. * Easy to test or simulate the process. * Flexibility to use attended or unattended robots on desktops and cloud. View full review »
FelipeR
RPA Developer at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
* Integration with Outlook, which is the main mail server we use in the company. * Integration with Google OCR and Microsoft OCR is very useful when we need to extract information from scanned PDFs. * Data scrapping when we need to extract large amounts of information from websites. * Integration with Excel, when we need to allocate this data in tables or CSV for future use, and many others. View full review »
Vimal Puthiyadut
Consulting Practice Director- Digital Transformation & Medical Devices at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
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. View full review »
Hasan Kaptan
Software Trainer at a tech vendor with 501-1,000 employees
The most important feature of UiPath is that it is independent of programming languages and can be written with a basic algorithm. Moreover, the new library can be added, and new activities can be added to those who know new programming. This allows the program to be developed and supported. View full review »
reviewer1019496
User
* Citrix recorder * UI Explorer * I used to connect using remote desktop and automated it using image automation. * The cloud deployment option is particularly attractive to some customers for its flexibility and scalability, along with customary thin client advantages. Those customers should determine if the RA provider offers a cloud service that scales automatically. The customer should go beyond that minimum and look for a provider whose architecture provides a proven integration track record with Citrix (including Xen) and other virtualization technologies, enterprise applications such as SAP (GUI and web), Oracle, Siebel, PeopleSoft, Salesforce.com. View full review »
reviewer1031013
User
It can work with all the Microsoft solutions to automate the work without any problem. After a one-step installation and day-by-day automation, it is improving the process. View full review »
reviewer1033404
User with 1,001-5,000 employees
The most valuable feature of UiPath, in my opinion, is that the intuitive handling of the tool offers the chance to learn how to automate processes in an easy way. View full review »
Tamshi
RPA Developer at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
There are many features which I like about this tool a lot: * Data scraping: Structured data can be captured very easily using this activity and stored in a variable. * Orchestrator: helps to schedule processes with ease. * Queues: for parallel processing of bots and simplifying complex processes. * Security features * Credential manager to store sensitive data. View full review »
Maneesha De Silva
Information System Administrator at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
This product provides most of the good software APIs such as ABBYY that can easily integrate our solutions with processes. View full review »
Shubham Semwal
User at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
The OCR capability of UiPath makes it special as this feature was not in my previous automation tool. When I started using this tool, it made it compatible with automating some complex applications like reading PDFs, virtual machines and some more Citrix applications that were hard to automate using other tools. Its recording feature is also one of the best features along with its pricing as it charges money as per robot usage by the Orchestrator. View full review »
Asif Hussain
Senior Project Manager / RPA Architect at Royal Cyber Inc.
I found the recording, screen scraping, data scraping, and integration with third-party tools like ABBYY most valuable because they not only make the whole automation easier and less effort taking, but also, they let us use the power of external systems by integrations. Availability of free training and certificates is another most valuable feature of the product. View full review »
reviewer998871
User at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
I found flowcharts most useful in UiPath. It is the best feature in UiPath, and you can easily create even complicated workflows with just a couple of clicks and dropping built-in activities without coding. You can also implement a state machine; which is also a great feature. Passing through states makes it much easier to design the main part of your process. View full review »
Arjun S Meda
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Evangelist | Startup Community Builder | Public Speaker | Ex - Info
* Excel automation: It has activities related to most of the functionalities in Excel and makes life easier for anyone who spends a significant amount of time in Excel for analysis and reporting. * PDF automation: It performs well in reading native PDF documents. * Email automation: It integrates well with IMAP, SMTP, and POP3 apart from supporting Outlook and Exchange which are used extensively in large corporations. * Web automation: The use of UiExplorer in extracting the properties of web elements and easy modification to improve the re-usability of workflows. * Windows automation: It works well with Windows-based apps for updating information received in Excel spreadsheets and to capture the information and reports generated in the apps. * Mobile app support to monitor bot health and status of the workflows. * OCR integration works well with third-party engines. View full review »
Henrik Leisted
Senior Research Associate at Novozymes
It uses data that we have already in the company, which is just sitting there waiting to get picked. You just have to tell a robot that a human does this, now you do it. We have so many processes which could be done like this. Right now, it's just scratching the surface. We are really exciting about it. The product is very intuitive and easy to use, and I am not a developer. View full review »
Mudit Bhatnagar
User
The most valuable features of UiPath are its activities. There are an immense amount of available activities in UiPath. These are the building blocks of your process. Since UiPath is new, it is constantly being updated, and new features are being added accordingly. View full review »
mounika
User at TCS
Most of the automation is done with a simple click and select items, directly on the automated system. The advantage in UiPath is that it requires less coding and has an easy learning curve. As compared to Selenium, it's very fast and easy to implement. View full review »
Kalyan Appana
User
The most valuable features are Activities, Orchestrator, and UiPath Go! The UiPath Orchestrator is one source to easily manage all bots. View full review »
Mayank Gohri
User
Currently, I am working on (resume shortlisting bot) benefits I can explain according to developers' point of view. I find it's easy to scrape data. I worked on few projects on an older version of Studio, still, when opening it in a newer version, I don't have to make much effort. View full review »
reviewer1029453
Senior software developer at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
When it comes to RPA, the scalability and adaptability with minimum inputs provided are paramount. UiPath is easy to use with minimum inputs given, and that's the best part of UiPath as an RPA tool. Apart from it, the free e-learning videos UiPath Academy is offering is of very much help for the enthusiast and learners. It's a great idea that the UiPath team started and that's the best part where learning a tool is provided free of cost, that too with the diploma. View full review »
Domenico Musto
System Engineer at a tech services company
The best feature is the ability to schedule the processes and automatize their execution. View full review »
Joseph Gitonga
User
* The simple user-interface has been very fruitful in adapting to and using it since it has made our work easier where we are able to install the robots and monitor their performance. * The fact that the vendor offers a free trial version of the software ensures that one has prior knowledge and experience on the ability of the software. View full review »
Rahul Miragi
User
* The recording feature * Data scraping * Drag and drop * Browser capabilities * Help topics. The community forum has really helped a lot. View full review »
Balakumar Mannarsamy
User
* Web automation is the most valuable. * Locating an element and adding the conditions are very easy compared to other tools. View full review »
Daniel Chigumba
User
* The ability of the vendor to offer training in a number of ways to various users and ensure they adapt and be able to use the software in an excellent manner. * The customer support is available and willing to help. View full review »
Robert Runarssoj
CISO at Siminj
The most valuable feature is its time savings. The product is easy to use and has exceed our expectations. We have a mixture of technical and non-technical people. View full review »
Julio Viquez
Business Process Consultant at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
Development is straightforward and simple; it uses object-oriented coding by doing drag and drop. The deployment process is quick and easy with great features for testing and troubleshooting. Reusable components library is an excellent source of information and content to ease and speed up the development process. This feature, combined with a robust infrastructure creates an excellent foundation for driving automation to the next level. View full review »
Shivani-Sharma
User at a university with 501-1,000 employees
The best part of UiPath is you do not need to check anything manually. Whatever error comes, the robot automatically gets stopped rather than infiltrating absurd values in the next process. View full review »
Suresh Polinati
Senior Software Developer at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
All the features are very helpful and valuable in UiPath, mainly UiPath Orchestrator which is very valuable because we can schedule our robots and we can handle multiple robots from a single orchestrator, and we can also maintain our credentials in Orchestrator. View full review »
Anupam Mittal
Founder at Brontominds
* Tool has a macro recording feature that can generate the code for you automatically. * The recent computer vision AI feature. This feature helps recording for remote desktop and citrix environment and enables recording by converting images to textboxes and other window controls. As a result, recording feature for remote environment is now like recording for local environment View full review »
Jessie Q
Energy Storage Business Developer at a transportation company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We like the ability to capture some of the features on a screen for the application. We also really like the UI, and the design is pretty good. View full review »
Cyrus Gitonga
User
* Customer support is available and willing to help on any issue. * Training is also afforded to users in various forms to help them in embracing and using the software in a reliable manner. View full review »
Davis Mbugua
Project Manager at a comms service provider with 5,001-10,000 employees
* The vendor offers reliable customer support, and this helps in troubleshooting and ensuring all the issues are resolved on time and in an instant. * There is a free trial version of the software which is used in piloting purposes. * Deployed in popular Windows mode and this makes it easy to use. View full review »
Jane Kabochi
User
* Its simple user-interface makes it a simple platform to acquire and use. * There is a free demo offered to users to show and illustrate to them on how to use the software best and to its maximum. View full review »
Janet Wanjiru
User
Almost all of the features are valuable, but what I like most is the fact that the vendor offers a free trial version of the software that new users are able to acquire to gauge its efficiency before subscribing to their preferred plan. View full review »
Grace Njeri
Project Coordinator at a comms service provider with 5,001-10,000 employees
* Its ability to improve all the necessary workflows * There is a free trial version of the software that is available to new users to test for its efficiency in their companies. * It has a simple user interface and is easy to use at all times. View full review »
reviewer1035324
Risk Advisory - Staff at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
The training has been the most valuable to me. As a new user, I have found it easier to come up with ideas than it is to actually implement them. I have also used Blue Prism and have found that UiPath has been less difficult to use for me (probably because of the SharePoint base). View full review »
Ephraim Oloo
User
* There is a free version of the software, and this is important in pilot exercise and marketing the platform to potential new customers. * Training is offered on how to use the software and comes in various forms. View full review »
Ankit J
User
* Email automation * Excel integration * Data scraping and screen scraping * Orchestrator * UiPath forums. View full review »
Moses Karanja
User
* The software has a simple user interface, and this makes it applicable for use in all organizations. * The vendor offers excellent customer support services thereby offering a speedy resolution of all issues being faced by their customers. View full review »
Dimitrij Fischer
RPA Developer at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
If you are looking to automate VDIs, then UiPath delivers you a powerful tool to do so. Even better is that they are constantly making progress in that field and have some features coming up in the future that no other solution can deliver. Also, UiPath gives you free access to their online learning academy which is really great if you are new to RPA and want to have a quick start in that field. View full review »
Clifford Ndungu
User
* UiPath is easy to integrate with various third-party apps and solutions and in the process enhances its usage and simplicity of usage. * UiPath Academy helps train and produce excellent UiPath developers who are credible and who power the adoption of the software in all companies. View full review »
Shehnaz Khan
User
* The flexibility and easy-to-use platform of UiPath make it on a par with other RPA vendors. * The studio for development is quite intuitive and user-friendly. * Also, what I like most about UiPath is that it has 400+ inbuilt activities, and on top of that, it has introduced customization activities making it more valuable. View full review »
Anne Kimunya
Quality Control Specialist at a manufacturing company
* Its ability to integrate with other third-party apps such as SAP thereby enhancing its importance * The vendor has reliable customer support services 24/7. * There is also the free trial version that can be acquired and used to test the suitability of the software to new users. View full review »
Joab Wanjau
User
* The free demo of the software ensures that new users are informed and understand what is expected of them in using the software. * Customer support is available and willing to help in all issues that may arise. View full review »
BrianJoseph
RPA Technical Trainer at a consultancy with 51-200 employees
One great feature is relatively simple, and that is the ability to pause a recording and resume it. When debugging UiPath's ability to slow down its execution speed, visually identify UI elements it's interacting with while simultaneously showing the activity line it is working on is priceless. Coming from a lean process improvement background, I can appreciate this being implemented in a software application. View full review »
reviewer1028754
User
* Extraction of complete tables from websites automatically extracts data from multiple pages by indicating the 'next page' button. * The newly launched Computer Vision functionality also seems very interesting. View full review »
Clement Wambugu
User
* There is a free demo available to all new users on how to use the software, thereby enhancing its integration and adoption in all customers. * There is free training available in various forms from webinars, documentation, online among others for easy usage of the software. View full review »
reviewer1000650
User at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Invoking VB.NET/C# code is one of the major features over other RPA tools. And recently, UiPath has implemented Citrix native automation for virtual machine automation which is an exceptionally great feature. View full review »
SYED ABDHAHIR M
RPA Developer at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Data scraping is used to extract tables in web applications and provide iterative action to the tables based on the conditions. View full review »
Kevin Mwangi
Banker at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
* Its simple user interface is very endurable and makes it attractive to use and embrace in the whole company. * It's reliable and deployed in popular mode. * Customer support is also available. View full review »
Ezequiel Fernández Ponce
Senior Application Specialist at a consultancy with 501-1,000 employees
UiPath is not an open-source project, but it supports private enhancements and plugins. These allow the community to grow and encouraged people to contribute, with best practices. In my experience, the technologies that are supported by an active community, are those ones destined to succeed. This is clearly a great feature that the UiPath Studio platform has. Also, providing free training courses eases interested developers into adopting the technology. Having an online Orchestrator instance for training purposes is great also. View full review »
SayanBhandari
User
UI Explorer, universal search feature and UI easy look and feel were found to be most valuable. Also, lots of variables and activity creation was one of the best features of UiPath. View full review »
Frank Kariuki
User
* The ease of deployment where users with no coding skills can use it and automate the way they work. * The fact that there is a free trial plan available for use in testing the software in all organizations. View full review »
reviewer1038912
Dotnet & RPA Developer at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Overall, it's good. The selector and keyboard CTRL clicks are very useful to handle the difficult scenarios. Basically, the UI is dynamically changed. The dynamic selector is very useful to select the controls. View full review »
Raymond Kuria
User
* Customer support offered by the vendor is accurate and reliable at all times. * There is a free trial version of the software that can be acquired for trial purposes and test its reliability and accuracy in a company. View full review »
Juliet Maina
User
Its simplicity in usage where users who do not have coding skills are able to acquire the software and use it in a reliable manner. This has made the software to build a good reputation and standing among the community of users and be embraced by all people. View full review »
David Johnston
Enterprise Improvement Manager at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
Combination of the free academy and the graphical IDE with a large number of built-in activities. This creates a low bar to entry, allowing technically minded business users to get involved with the initiative. View full review »
reviewer993717
Director Departamento Data Analitics at a health, wellness and fitness company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The developments with UiPath have been valid for the websites of all the banks which we work with. This with other RPA solutions has not been possible. View full review »
Michael Gitonga
User
The process and cost of acquiring the software can be somehow expensive, and it would be nice if it were scaled down a bit. View full review »
Peter Okello
User
* It's easy to implement and use in any organization. * Customer support is available and easy to reach and contact. View full review »
reviewer1038762
User
The learning suite of UiPath Academy and the certification process itself was invaluable in actually teaching our team to use the tool over the course of several weeks, and it got rid of a series of potential miscommunications by ensuring technical proficiency across the developer and management levels. View full review »
James Irungu
User
* The vendor's customer support is amazing and always willing to help. * It's intuitive and easy to use. * Delivers on the expected mandate with ease. View full review »
reviewer1030035
User
I've been working with UiPath for seven months and I think it's a good workmate. The tool is young so, sometimes, strange problems happen. However, the UiPath support team is always available and quick to help you find a solution to the problem. I think it's a good product and it will get better and better. View full review »
NielsM
Consultant at a consultancy with 51-200 employees
* The community edition * The partnership with state-of-the-art applications such as ABBYY or Microsoft OCR. View full review »
Sumit Chaudhuri
Lead Consultant - Product Development at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
* Drag and drop feature to build the application * Keyword-based search and accordingly it just inherits its properties. View full review »
Daniel Thuita
User
* Training is afforded by the vendor in various forms from in-person, online and in the documentation. * Customer support is available and willing to help. View full review »
Rafael Arcanjo
User
Web scrapping for us is the best tool so far, as well as data scraping. We have obtained many good results, and in the near future with these databases, we have the intention to move towards some possible interaction with big data. View full review »
reviewer1030020
Programmer Analyst at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
* Automating the workflow using all the four types of recorders * RE Framework * Citrix automation, as it has unique features that are best in competition. View full review »
JAINSANYAM
Junior RPA Dev at University of Petroleum and Energy Studies
* Data scraping and web automation * Citrix automation * Easy integration with all windows applications. View full review »
measousa
Managing Engineer at a manufacturing company with 11-50 employees
* Ease of use * Lots of training and learning material available, including an online academy * Quick learning curve for developers, with great templates * Wide application support (both native and web-based) * Frequent delivery of new features and bug fixes * Great pricing when considering the productivity gains. View full review »
Prashanth Kamath S P
User
Pictorial workflow representation is in itself a standout feature of UiPath. Features like screen scraping, data scrapping, Citrix related automation features, mail sending activities, inbuilt recovery mechanism (REF) are really useful. View full review »
reviewer992115
Project Manager, RPA Service Owner at a mining and metals company with 10,001+ employees
Orchestrator - the central management component and the screen capturing part of the development tool (Studio). View full review »
Indrajeet Yadav
User
* Fast coding: completes the project very quickly * Easy to understand UiPath Studio and its components * All components are separate like UiPath Studio, Orchestrator, UiExplorer for creating complex selectors. * Easy to integrate a third-party library * UiPath has a community forum, and any member can provide solutions. The advantage of this is you will get a solution in much less time. View full review »
Renato Zeola Moselli
RPA Developer - DEX Team Leader at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
* The ease of learning, in addition to the great contents of the UiPath academy * Speed to start producing results * Extra friendly interface * Excellent Orchestrator for managing robots and logs. View full review »
reviewer1016391
User
Web automation and Citrix automations are made very easy. View full review »
Mary Kamau
User
* The customer support availed by the vendor to the respective clients * Ability to fit in all organizations whether small, medium or large ones. View full review »
Arunvinodh C
RPA Developer at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Data scraping is more valuable as the performance and preciseness are excellent. Now UiPath introduces UiPath GO which has a wide number of activities, and it is really useful for us. View full review »
reviewer1005867
RPA Developer at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
I like how easy it is to implement code in the process flow and how great the community is. That helps to solve problems much faster. View full review »
Vickram Nehra
Head RPA and Quality Engineering
The most valuable feature is the unattended robot, it adds a lot of value. Besides, there are certain situations where attended robots are employed to perform specific tasks. View full review »
Milan Bangoria
Lead Technical Consultant (Team Lead) at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
* Activities are easy to use, you can even include third-party activities. * It helps to build any complex solution in a short time. View full review »
reviewer1049547
Assistant with 501-1,000 employees
The academy is free and offers a low threshold for getting on the UiPath train. The community adds to this as someone is always willing to help out or someone else already encountered the same problem and solved it. View full review »
SandeepSharma1
RPA Developer at a health, wellness and fitness company with 51-200 employees
* Data scraping is a rich feature UiPath provided: We can easily fetch large data from the website. * Citrix automation allows us to automate cloud-based applications. View full review »
Anil Mamidwar
Application Developer at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
UiPath framework is the best feature which I have found, and you need to be a pro in programming to use UiPath. UI Explorer and other data capturing techniques like OCR(Microsoft/Google) are amazing. View full review »
Vijay Borkar
User
Features like: * The optical character recognition is excellent; I have personally tested this product. * Credential management is also one of the best. * Stability and UI responsiveness is good. View full review »
FelipeRangel
RPA Developer at a software R&D company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Integration with OCR, Excel, PDF, SAP, Outlook, since they are primary functions in the day-to-day operations of a company working with PDF, Excel. View full review »
reviewer997593
User
The most valuable features that the UiPath package has are the ease of use and implementation of both Studio and Robot. View full review »
ReviewerG277
Cloud Solutions Architect at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
I find the most valuable features are automation and RPA. View full review »
Jorge Melo
Telecommunications Engineer at a manufacturing company with 11-50 employees
* Great UX and very intuitive UI * Fast and easy to learn * Simple to configure with Orchestrator * Works with most web apps and desktop apps, including Citrix * UiExplorer is a fantastic help * Can be used in attended or unattended modes. View full review »
Gedson Silva
Senior Production Engineer at a manufacturing company with 11-50 employees
* It's very easy to learn and get started. * Developers got it right away. * All apps (desktop and web) were integrated without any issue. * The online academy was very helpful. View full review »
Saif Haseeb
Robotic Process Automation Engineer at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
* Inbuilt workbook features and data scraping. * Allows developers to efficiently grab data from any window or software. View full review »
reviewer996678
User
UiPath has a very easy drag-and-drop interface, which makes automating processes a breeze. The activities make you do most things, and if not, you have the option to custom-code them in .NET. View full review »
Diego Jesus
Part-Time Consultant at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
* The user interface of UiPath is the best part of the tool. It is easy to learn how to use. * Another feature is the orchestrator which helps to organize all the robots in one place. View full review »
reviewer1048344
User
* Drag and drop development is very convenient for the user in terms of user experience. * It has an easy-to-use interface. View full review »
Satish Jain
User
Orchestrator, data scraping and academy by UiPath are the best of all, for someone having cloud knowledge can exploit the technology. View full review »
Hélio De La Rosa
RPA Developer at a tech company with 51-200 employees
Certainly, the integrations with Windows and Google OCR, PDF, Excel, Outlook and SAP are the most valuable within our area of performance. View full review »
Carlos Suzano
User at a tech consulting company with 1-10 employees
The web recorder has been a great help when it comes to automating tasks over the internet. The selector is perfect, and it recognizes with mastery all the information that is shown. View full review »
reviewer1012242
User
* Good workflow capabilities * E-learning and training academy * Fully robotized and human-assisted automation * A broad set of applications supported * VB.NET and C# for developers make it easy to get started. View full review »
reviewer997830
User at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
* Drag and drop * Flowchart and sequence used to build activities * Debugging * When we build the bot, we can easily find what we have done at any point in time. View full review »
reviewer1053186
User
The OCR feature is the most valuable for processing PDFs, images and the Citrix environment. View full review »
reviewer992592
IT Consultant at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
The ease of use and how easy it is to pick up due to the low code functionality. The Orchestrator is also invaluable. View full review »
Iurii Shubin, PMP
Project Manager (Business Automation) at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
* Core activities * Excel activities * All the cognitive activities * Python and customer activities * UiPath Go! (good platform for the community for knowledge sharing) * UiPath Academy (best courses apart from other vendors). View full review »
reviewer999159
User at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
The Orchestrator and many activities such as those related to web automation and information identification within images (OCR), as well as the possibility of integrating external scripts and libraries within the software. View full review »
César Esquivel
Sub Process Manager with 1,001-5,000 employees
* Ease of use * Lots of activities that cover our needs * Free and online capacitation * The possibility to evaluate the product with the community version. View full review »
rpaaidev990480
RPA / AI Developer at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
The seamless development experience about the tool was great, and also the big number of packages and the community behind that backs everything. View full review »
ReviewerCP30
retired at a non-profit with 501-1,000 employees
The automation process is helpful. View full review »
reviewer1033407
User with 1,001-5,000 employees
The software, in general, is very well done, as there are many add-ins for different use cases/environments to implement robots. Especially Excel and SAP activities are working very well. View full review »
Deyvis Rojas
User
* Data scraping because it is a valuable tool to obtain data from any interface * Citrix automation because it allows interaction with very old systems such as terminals and with very new systems, but that can only be accessed via Citrix or RDP. View full review »
reviewer997875
User
The traditional click and input features are very valuable, to begin with. Also, the ability to interact with virtual machines through Citrix is very useful! View full review »
reviewer1040559
User at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
AI-based computer vision solves an important problem of capturing information from VDIs and images. View full review »
TUSHAR KAPRE
Senior Software Engineer at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
* ReFrameWork * Orchestrator * Debugging * User-friendly * Easy to learn * Easy to find an error View full review »
Renato Chagas
Network analyst with 11-50 employees
The web recorder without a doubt is the best. With a few clicks, we can automate a great demand for navigations in web systems. View full review »
alberto.carrilho
Power Electronics Engineer at a engineering company with 11-50 employees
* It's very easy to set up an automation process. * The application is very intuitive and user-friendly. * There're also lots of training classes and training material available. View full review »
RajatSharma
RPA Business Consultant at a tech consulting company with 1,001-5,000 employees
* Quick automation * Easy reporting * Component-driven * Agile customer support * UI-driven * Easy integrations system. View full review »
Sudarshan Amirineni
User
* Desktop automation features and API services * Email services * Third-party vendor integrations, and * The community. View full review »
DiegoJCMoreira
User at a consultancy with 201-500 employees
* The integration with the systems: that makes it easy to automate any process. * It also has a very good OCR engine. View full review »
reviewer990381
Business Analyst at a mining and metals company with 10,001+ employees
Browser automation and schedule jobs which are the main activities that require manual work or visual validations by the users. View full review »
reviewer1043076
Business Processes Consultant at a consultancy with 1,001-5,000 employees
The most valuable feature of UiPath robotic process automation is the drag-and-drop functionality which helps us easily and quickly create the processes we need. View full review »
Madhavi Sah
Software Engineer with 11-50 employees
Recording and scraping which directly extracts the data from the website and saves it into the excel sheet. View full review »
Ovidiu Domsa
General Manager with 11-50 employees
* Rapid ROI (return on investment) * Running management * Higher standardization of process * Faster processing time. View full review »
Ashish Saxena
Associate Consultant at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
* UiPath free tool availability and free certification for the developer * Web service activity is helpful in implementing web-based automation. View full review »
Arman Khan
Associate Consultant
* Email automation can access emails in multiple ways. * UI commands with minutes change in selector: The command works effectively in all environments. View full review »
Caio Serra De Mello
Part Time Consultant at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
* Scheduling * Asset management using orchestrator * Very comprehensive framework (ReFrameWork) that helps the developer to build easy to read, scalable automations. View full review »
Mohamad Adib Abd Rahman
Associate Data Management (Programmer) at a logistics company with 10,001+ employees
Reading content for the robot to process with our own logic, and it is very easy to develop with great user interfaces. View full review »
DineshKumar2
Senior Process Manager at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
* The recording features, basic Citrix, OCR, and desktop recording which gives good results * OCR is at its best. View full review »
SYED ABDHAHIR M
RPA Developer at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Cognitive analysis is the most valuable feature because it helps to launch our automation smartly with many integrations. View full review »
reviewer991953
Consultant at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
* Screen scraping * Data scraping * Web recording, etc. The features of this tool are really awesome to use and very helpful to automate tasks. View full review »
reviewer1180599
User
The most valuable feature of this solution is capturing information. View full review »
Bikash Panigrahi
System Analyst at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
* Citrix automation * Computer vision * Data scraping * API integration. View full review »
Roberto Faro
User
* The recording feature * Data scraping * Drag and drop * Browser capabilities. View full review »
reviewer964605
RPA Practice Manager with 201-500 employees
* Extensive overall functionality and integration with Microsoft products * The studio is easy to use, and * The product is feature rich. View full review »
Kathiravan Mani
User
Data scraping is the method of fetching data from web applications intelligently; it identifies web table lists and others. View full review »
Dedan Kanyuira
Head Consultant with 1-10 employees
It is easy to manage the robotics environment with Orchestrator, including scheduling and reporting. View full review »
reviewer1013520
User with 10,001+ employees
A user interface for developers: You can develop something without being a programmer! View full review »
Fiona Price
Process Specialist at a renewables & environment company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The most valuable feature of this solution is the Studio. View full review »
Henrique Mamede
I.T. Manager with 201-500 employees
Drag-and-drop, and no coding for process setup. View full review »
Ravi Kumar Murugesan
Senior Technical Consultant at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The most valuable feature is its ease of use. View full review »
reviewer1027308
User
Orchestrator mobile app for ease of access. View full review »
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