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RPA Developer at a consultancy with 11-50 employees
The highest benefit of it is that it's just there, ready to use, and you don't need to start from a blank screen.
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Senior RPA Consultant at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
The automation Cloud Platform has definitely helped reduce the time it takes to create automation. It brings a lot of things together. It's easy to use for clients and customers. It makes it easy to bring different disciplines together, so I don't need to think about how to reuse my code, or how to explain to the customer, and I don't need to share the processes to be able to release, run, and monitor and to get reports on the results.
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IB
Senior RPA Developer at a marketing services firm with 10,001+ employees
We had a cost reduction of approximately 20% in our operations.
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Senior Specialist Application Architecture and Developer at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
It is a very simple tool to work with for anybody. Simplicity is the best in UiPath. It also has the best community support. If we are looking for any solution, we can directly reach out to UiPath at any point in time.
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Senior Lead Developer at a leisure / travel company with 11-50 employees
The biggest benefit that we have from UiPath comes from using the API.
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Senior Software Engineer at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
The product has reduced the cost of our automation operations.
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Sr. RPA Developer at Capita
The artificial intelligence and document understanding features are very good and have been helpful when it comes to processing handwritten or unstructured, especially when there is a high volume and it is repetitive.
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RS
RPA Assistant Manager at PwC India
At my previous company, in the best scenario, we removed almost 200 hours per month of client usage, making it automated with almost zero errors. So, about 32 employees were freed up from their work per month, and now there are only two. This has enabled employees to focus on higher-value work that involves human-base interaction. This saved the client money and provided a recruitment benefit.
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Senior Analyst at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
It is a single point of truth. There is no discrepancy or ambiguity. We can go to the leadership team, and say, "This is what it saves us on costs, man-hours, and effort that we used to do manually versus what we are doing now using the bots."
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Dir., Resource Management Systems and Data at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
Since we are getting information out to folks faster, they can spend the resource time needed to determine the best approach for what to replace it with, or if we need to work with a sales rep. It ensures that our staff have the best tools to do their job faster.
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UiPath Cons

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RPA Developer at a consultancy with 11-50 employees
From a developer's point of view, my biggest struggle with UiPath is debugging.
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Senior RPA Consultant at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
I'm trying not to sound negative about it as I like them a lot, however, the process mining and the process mining features stem further away from the development of the robots and the monitoring. The development, run, and monitoring are really closely knit, or really close together, and then process discovery is starting to get there. It's on its way, however, I don't see that it's as closely connected as the other three parts.
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IB
Senior RPA Developer at a marketing services firm with 10,001+ employees
If I can get a little bit more data and a little bit more customization on Orchestrator, that would be really great.
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Senior Specialist Application Architecture and Developer at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
The new features or functionalities that come with UiPath upgrades don't work perfectly in the initial days. Their new releases are not stable. We always find some set of issues. I have to work with the UiPath team for a week or so to resolve the issues, and then I'm able to use it. The stabilization should be there. We expect UiPath to reduce the number of errors before rolling out new features to end-users or customers.
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Senior Lead Developer at a leisure / travel company with 11-50 employees
The first area that needs improvement is backward compatibility.
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Senior Software Engineer at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
When the Orchestrator got upgraded and UiPath didn't get upgraded, we started getting errors regarding the managed packages; the packages were not getting upgraded.
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Sr. RPA Developer at Capita
The Orchestrator is in drastic need of improvement. Three or four years ago, the Orchestrator UI was very simple and comfortable to use but now, they have added so many features that it is difficult for new users to quickly understand it.
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RS
RPA Assistant Manager at PwC India
When it comes to debugging, there is some improvement needed for UiPath compared to other RPA tools. There are features to edit the workflow or content of the automation file while we are debugging. For example, we have 10,000 lines of code that we have integrated by 10 different users. So, there is one integrated code and you are debugging it. After some time, you might find a line which is not an error. You may have forgotten to remove it or change the value to your desired criteria. It is really a pain to stop the entire debug session and just edit it, then start again at zero. It will do the same steps again just to reach that level or step where you were actually stuck previously. Whereas, in different automation tools, whether you are on the findings step or in-between a debug session, you can actually edit that information. This is good because sometimes the developer also forgets to add or remove certain values in-between a long code. I think this should be improved in UiPath. This should already be in consideration because I have been in touch with UiPath a couple of times because of this.
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Senior Analyst at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
To provide detailed analysis, there has to be some improvements so we can provide drill-down data to developers showing, "Hey, this has gone wrong." If they could also incorporate that as part of the reports, then it would be very quick to view on the dashboards.
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Dir., Resource Management Systems and Data at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
We have not seen it do OCR, and that would be helpful. Right now, the tool will not read a PDF file, and we can't use PDF files. We want it to able to take an image, then take that image and put the particular field out in the right spot in a table. We have not seen it where you can scan a document in, then it reads fields and places those in a table.
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Learn what your peers think about UiPath. Get advice and tips from experienced pros sharing their opinions. Updated: January 2022.
564,322 professionals have used our research since 2012.