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    UiPath stands out in both features and support.
When the world's largest airline needed someone to help link their various systems together and reduce operator screen time by a factor of 10, they called Mobia Solutions - and we called UiPath. While not the only screen scrapping solution, UiPath stands out in both features and support.
With a feature rich solutions, examples and development tools we were quickly linking a wide variety of systems - even complex Citrix-SAP software. Just as impressive is the level of support. We didn't have to worm our way through a lot of low level support people but were quickly linked with an expert who quickly helped us solve our problem.
UiPath get a very rare A+ rating from us.
From Dave Miller, Mobia Solutions.

UiPath reliance on .NET, XML, JSON, and the GUI as the common denominator of the modern enterprise software stack makes application integration natural. Integration takes days, not months, and it doesn't require coding.


Our famous workflow designer comes with more than 200 predefined activities for most of the operations involved in automation, data extraction, and data entry, which are most common for app integration tasks.

Case study
A quick example: our customer IBM integrated a legacy CRM application with a web service, providing automatic customer data validation for their client, Bell. Customer addresses were extracted from the CRM app written in Java and sent to a web service for validation each time the CRM user added a new customer.

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Process Automation

The productivity of knowledge workers is still plagued by the laborious and error-prone cutting and pasting of data between applications.


Automating the extraction, transformation, and migration of data using the workflow editor is a task that requires no programming knowledge. Once the workflow has been created, it can be deployed to all the PCs in the organization, thus improving efficiency and reducing labor costs.

Case study
Our customer WDS (a Xerox company) simplified data entry to its web-based call-center app. The activity of agents is monitored, and when the "Confirm" button is pressed, an automation script scrapes the web-page data, ask the agent to add a description, and consolidates the data into a CSV file.

An undeniable trend is for companies to upgrade to modern web-based applications. Migrating and formatting legacy content for new web apps is difficult, and traditionally has involved a combination of writing database code and manual copying and pasting.


Case Study
Our customer COINS is using UiPath to provide continuous migration from an old Oracle forms apps to their modern web-based construction accounting software. Both apps coexist, and copying and pasting data from the old app to the new app occurs without errors or freezes.

Content Migration
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The existing solution for accessing a desktop app from a mobile device involves graphical desktop sharing (VNC). Well, it does work... but nobody can really use it, because desktop apps do not fit well on a small screen. Besides, they are designed for mouse and keyboard, and not for touch. This approach can also pose a security risk, as it gives uncontrolled access to the app's data from outside the corporate network.


With UiPath, you can expose just a subset of the desktop app's functionality as a web service. A dedicated mobile app with a simplified UI communicates with the desktop app via this web service.


Case Study
For example, the Nevada Irrigation Department has mobilized a complex desktop application by exposing only the search and new request functionality of a large in-house financial app.

UiPath goes beyond a simple web scraping techniques. It can automatically login to a web site, extract data that spans across multiple web pages, filter and transform it into the format of your choice then integrate it into another application or web service.


UiPath is using a real browser like a real user so it is able to extract data that most automation tools cannot see.


No programming is needed to create intelligent web agents using a drag and drop graphical designer but the .Net hacker inside you can have complete control over the data.

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Solutions for:

UiPath reliance on .NET, XML, JSON, and the GUI as the common denominator of the modern enterprise software stack makes application integration natural. Integration takes days, not months, and it doesn't require coding.


Our famous workflow designer comes with more than 200 predefined activities for most of the operations involved in automation, data extraction, and data entry, which are most common for app integration tasks.

Case study
A quick example: our customer IBM integrated a legacy CRM application with a web service, providing automatic customer data validation for their client, Bell. Customer addresses were extracted from the CRM app written in Java and sent to a web service for validation each time the CRM user added a new customer.

The productivity of knowledge workers is still plagued by the laborious and error-prone cutting and pasting of data between applications.


Automating the extraction, transformation, and migration of data using the workflow editor is a task that requires no programming knowledge. Once the workflow has been created, it can be deployed to all the PCs in the organization, thus improving efficiency and reducing labor costs.

Case study
Our customer WDS (a Xerox company) simplified data entry to its web-based call-center app. The activity of agents is monitored, and when the "Confirm" button is pressed, an automation script scrapes the web-page data, ask the agent to add a description, and consolidates the data into a CSV file.

An undeniable trend is for companies to upgrade to modern web-based applications. Migrating and formatting legacy content for new web apps is difficult, and traditionally has involved a combination of writing database code and manual copying and pasting.


Case Study
Our customer COINS is using UiPath to provide continuous migration from an old Oracle forms apps to their modern web-based construction accounting software. Both apps coexist, and copying and pasting data from the old app to the new app occurs without errors or freezes.

The existing solution for accessing a desktop app from a mobile device involves graphical desktop sharing (VNC). Well, it does work... but nobody can really use it, because desktop apps do not fit well on a small screen. Besides, they are designed for mouse and keyboard, and not for touch. This approach can also pose a security risk, as it gives uncontrolled access to the app's data from outside the corporate network.


With UiPath, you can expose just a subset of the desktop app's functionality as a web service. A dedicated mobile app with a simplified UI communicates with the desktop app via this web service.


Case Study
For example, the Nevada Irrigation Department has mobilized a complex desktop application by exposing only the search and new request functionality of a large in-house financial app.

UiPath goes beyond a simple web scraping techniques. It can automatically login to a web site, extract data that spans across multiple web pages, filter and transform it into the format of your choice then integrate it into another application or web service.


UiPath is using a real browser like a real user so it is able to extract data that most automation tools cannot see.


No programming is needed to create intelligent web agents using a drag and drop graphical designer but the .Net hacker inside you can have complete control over the data.

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