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20 July 2020

UiPath Announces Box Integration, Empowers Users and Teams to Automate Repeatable Work Their Own Way

20 July 2020

UiPath Announces Box Integration, Empowers Users and Teams to Automate Repeatable Work Their Own Way

UiPath fuses industry-leading, end-to-end hyperautomation platform with Box’s leading cloud content management platform; Makes it easy to automate processes that rely on data and documents

 

NEW YORK – July 20, 2020 UiPath, the leading enterprise Robotic Process Automation (RPA) software company, today announced an integration with Box, the leading cloud content management platform. Leveraging the companies’ deep and dynamic integration to automate processes that involve file and folders in Box with the UiPath Platform for hyperautomation, UiPath with Box makes it easy for users and teams to not only design robots that search, read, and update Box files, but also more easily automate any process that relies on files, data, or documents in Box. 

 

Automation is helping organizations around the world become faster and more agile in the face of increased demand and rapidly changing environments. The UiPath Platform removes mundane work so users can focus on what matters most. With this integration, UiPath and Box are enabling users and teams to increase productivity, accelerate digital transformation, and simplify the automation of critical business processes – making their lives at work simple, easy, and convenient.

 

Specifically, the UiPath Activity for Box helps users improve productivity at scale and get faster results at scale: 

 

  • • Easy design: Drag and drop activities directly into automation workflows in UiPath Studio, a tool that can model an organization’s business processes in a visual way, to easily design robots that work with Box files and folders, allowing users to launch automations faster.

 

  • • Rapid time-to-value: The UiPath Activity for Box gives customers the ability to automate interactions with files and folders in Box using publicly-supported APIs. Automations are not dependent on a web browser or the Box user interface, resulting in faster implementation and quicker ROI. 

 

  • • Ensured Security: The UiPath integration with Box complies with all Box security policies, practices, and governance standards.

 

Varun Parmer, Chief Product Officer at Box, said: 

The need for organizations to move fast and operate in a modern way is more important than ever before. The RPA industry requires the most advanced enterprise-grade collaboration tools, and we’re excited to provide UiPath customers with the ability to extend automation across and beyond the enterprise.

Dhruv Asher, senior vice president of business development and product alliances at UiPath, commented: 

As this interest in accelerated processes amongst organizations continues to grow, our integration with Box enables enterprise organizations to easily begin their RPA journey, successfully mature and scale their automation initiatives, and refocus their workforce on business transformation.

 

About UiPath

UiPath has a vision to deliver A Robot for Every Person, one where companies enable every employee to use, create, and benefit from the transformative power of automation to liberate the boundless potential of people. Only UiPath offers an end-to-end platform for hyperautomation, combining the leading Robotic Process Automation (RPA) solution with a full suite of capabilities that enable every organization to scale digital business operations at unprecedented speed. The company has already automated millions of repetitive tasks for over 65% of the Fortune 500 and 8 of the Fortune 10.       

    

Named a  2020 CNBC Disruptor 50 company, UiPath was recognized as the fastest growing technology company in the Americas according to FT Americas’ Fastest Growing Companies 2020 and named the top company on Deloitte’s 2019 Technology Fast 500, a ranking of the fastest public and private technology companies in North America.    

 

 

 


by Toni Iafrate

TOPICS: hyperautomation

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