UiPath Assistant is a desktop launchpad for automations. It gives everyday individuals easy access to selected automations that help them with their day-to-day tasks. It lets automation leaders manage, distribute, and govern automation centrally. And it lifts automation impact to new heights across the entire enterprise.
UiPath Assistant makes automation accessible and easy to use for all. An engaging desktop interface lets people see and run all the automations their company has approved for them.
Employees can also launch their robot-powered Apps from Assistant.
Every person has a different work style, a different workday.
So we’ve made it easy for individuals to create reminders, organize processes by folders, and set up process configurations. They even have the freedom to choose and name their new digital sidekick.
Picture in Picture lets an employee work undisturbed on one desktop, while a robot works in parallel on a desktop copy—sidekicks working side-by-side. A robot can easily check in with the employee if it needs information or approval.
Through integration with UiPath Orchestrator, you’ll get the centralized governance capabilities you need to distribute automations to teams that need them. You can manage, track, and update automations on everyone’s desktop.
Get automations that take repetition out of your world—and an easy, customizable way to launch, manage, and run them when you need them.
Make it easy and fun for employees to interact with robots and get the benefits from the automations you’ve created. Keep control over the process with centralized governance and visibility.
Capture the agility, growth, and efficiency that comes from bringing automation into everyone’s every day.
Enable your employees with a set of pre-built universal automations to help them quickly interact with robots and deliver automation ROI from day one
Easily customize automations according to your company needs and policies
“The ultimate goal is to arm all of our employees with a virtual assistant. There isn’t a team or process that can’t benefit from AI and RPA.”
Chief Automation Officer, dentsuSee the success story