The best RPA tool in the market
Jan Brian Despi | TrustRadius Reviewer
December 17, 2019

The best RPA tool in the market

Score 10 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with UiPath Enterprise RPA Platform

Our team is composed of 4 developers and one project manager. We have been using UiPath for almost a year already since we are starting to build RPA as a new service line here in our company. We mostly automate finance processes because it has the most number of processes that are repetitive and time-consuming. One example is the Accounts Payable Invoice Processing. We are integrating ABBYY with UiPath to easily extract the necessary information from the invoice straight to an Oracle System. With this, staff can focus more on value-added tasks such as the customer experience.
  • There is a Community Edition
  • UiPath Connect, Forum, Academy, and Go
  • Detailed information on activities
  • Easier dragging and dropping of activities
  • Customer Experience
  • Employee Satisfaction
UiPath is simply the best because of the community edition and platforms of its product (like the Academy, Forum, Connect, and Go). These are very useful in the automation journey. It has a user-friendly interface that almost anyone can automate their tasks quickly in.
The technical support is fast in providing help to users. It would take less than 48 hours for them to get back to me. If the case isn't resolved by the time they reach out, they will help you the best they can in order to resolve it.

Do you think UiPath Enterprise RPA Platform delivers good value for the price?

Yes

Are you happy with UiPath Enterprise RPA Platform's feature set?

Yes

Did UiPath Enterprise RPA Platform live up to sales and marketing promises?

Yes

Did implementation of UiPath Enterprise RPA Platform go as expected?

Yes

Would you buy UiPath Enterprise RPA Platform again?

Yes

This can be used widely in the Finance department. There are many repetitive and time-consuming tasks such as invoice processing. It will be less appropriate on processes that are not standardized or require too much human intervention.