Hi PeerSpot users,
We had a customer who has been using colonies for process mining. They are interested in long-term prices with UiPath. But first, they would like to do some experiments.
Can UiPath support the SaaS model as other competitors do?
Thanks for your help!
I would like to ask you a few questions about UiPath editions:
1. What are the major differences between the UiPath Community and Enterprise editions? Are there any significant differences in activities and features?2. What are the limitations of the Community edition? 3. Can I use ML- and AI-related features in both Ccommunity and Enterprise editions?4. Can I use the same user account i...
Robotic process automation-as-a-service (RPAaaS)
Robotic process automation-as-a-service (RPAaaS) is a form of outsourcing where a service provider deploys a cloud-based software robot that uses automation, machine learning (ML), and computer vision to help clients accomplish repetitive and high-volume tasks. Often, these tasks are trigger-driven and rule-based. The RPAaaS software is respon...
Co-founder and CEO at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
Oct 5, 2021
Hi Shibu, a new concept within the RPAaaS, besides being available from the cloud, is pay for what you use.
Still most platforms provide the 24x7 availability of agents which for SMB are too expensive. AutomationEdge, which is considered a contender in the 2021 PEAK analysis from Everest, has an option to pay by chunks of minutes and/or chunks of operations, in case of IT automation, per month.
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...
Director of Community at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
Aug 26, 2021
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?