UiPath can now be downloaded from Microsoft Azure Marketplace


    UiPath, Enterprise Robotic Process Automation (RPA) software company, announced the availability of their UiPath Automation platform on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace. UiPath clients can now take advantage of the trusted Azure cloud platform with streamlined deployment and management.

    About UiPath

    UiPath is a global software company that formulates a platform for Robotic Process Automation. Headquartered in Bucharest, the company strives to do away with repetitious and dreary tasks, enabling humans to engage in more productive and inspiring activities. The company gives an end-to-end platform for automation, incorporating the leading Robotic Process Automation (RPA) solution with a full suite of abilities that facilitate every organization to scale digital business operations at remarkable speed.

    “The power of running UiPath on Azure is unquestionable as we constantly optimize our flexible, agile, and scalable cloud environment for our internal purposes and our customers,” said Ronny Baumgart, Head of Automation at Swisscom, Switzerland’s largest telco. “With the ability to now gain access to UiPath products through the Azure Marketplace, UiPath is making it easier than ever for customers to become more resilient while also increasing their efficiency and capacity to innovate.” 

    The UiPath Automation Platform is assisting organizations all over the world to become quick and more agile in the face of boosted demand and constantly changing environments. It deals with the automation lifecycle by leveraging process discovery tools and employee crowdsourcing to figure out what to automate, which is key to scaling automation across the enterprise with momentum and efficiency. This allows more complicated automation with AI facilities such as document understanding and delivers sophisticated analytics to assess the business impact of automation.

    “Through Microsoft Azure Marketplace, customers around the world can easily find, buy, and deploy partner solutions they can trust, all certified and optimized to run on Azure,” said Jake Zborowski, General Manager at Microsoft Corp. “We’re happy to welcome the UiPath platform to the growing Microsoft Commercial Marketplace ecosystem as it will further accelerate the digital transformation of our customers.”

    The Microsoft Azure Marketplace is a virtual shop for buying and selling cloud solutions certified to run on Azure, linking companies striving for cloud-based, innovative solutions with partners who have formulated ready-to-use solutions. The UiPath platform on the Marketplace makes it easier for established Azure clients to buy and utilize this platform.

    Find more details about the UiPath and its automation platform on the Azure Marketplace.

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