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Tools that should work together

Madison Sophia Bennett - PeerSpot reviewer
Automation specialist at Technetics Group

My years of experience with Uipath and SAP is a key factor for the completion of projects in automation, sales, human resources departments and in general in all areas.

In the automation area, it is very common for users to want to automate processes without the help of specialized tools and it is a very big mistake that we must avoid, trying to do a job only with tools like Excel. 

It can be very overwhelming and I firmly believe that we should use other tools such as UiPath with robust integration to incorporate a better system in departments that require solid links with specialized software. I don't mean to say that using Excel is a bad idea. Just that it is much better to use tools like Uipath that also have easy integrations with Excel.


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Evgeny Belenky - PeerSpot reviewerEvgeny Belenky
Community Manager

Hi @Madison Sophia Bennett

You have mentioned integration between automatic tools and Excel. 

In your opinion, what other popular software should be integrated (or have already been integrated) with leading RPA tools to be used by an HR department? What about a sales department?


Evgeny Belenky - PeerSpot reviewerEvgeny Belenky
Community Manager

@Madison Sophia Bennett, I just wanted to follow up on my question above. Thanks!

Evgeny Belenky - PeerSpot reviewerEvgeny Belenky
Community Manager

@Venkateswarlu Paturu, @Biswajit Mohanty ​and @Celestine ​. Can you chime in to this discussion? What do you think?

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