UiPath has integrated its automation platform with digital document generation and e-signature capabilities from Adobe.
By integrating with Adobe Document Services and Adobe Acrobat Sign to help customers automate end-to-end document processes, UiPath can boost employee productivity, enhance digital customer experiences, and lower costs through seamless, uninterrupted digital document workflows.
Deepak Bharadwaj, VP of product management at Adobe Document Cloud, said that whether it’s onboarding new hires, creating NDAs, or ordering standard equipment, employees and customers spend a lot of time repeating manual, paper-based processes. These tasks not only take too much time, but they also introduce inefficiency and risk into every step of the process.
“In today’s hybrid world, every department across an organisation needs modern tools that accelerate document and e-signature workflows,” said Bharadwaj. “And with UiPath and Adobe’s integration, organisations will have easy access to the best digital document experiences that drive productivity and scale in a secure manner.”
By transforming manual processes into all-digital experiences, UiPath and Adobe are enabling organisations to accelerate and modernise their work with employees and customers alike.
More specifically, these integrations accelerate document generation and e-signature; automate document processing within business workflows; and ensure scalable, reliable, and secure automations.
UiPath Chief Product Officer Param Kahlon said that customers want a simple, affordable, and resilient solution without complex infrastructure and application changes. They also know that Adobe has been in the business of providing the best document tools and services for decades.
“As interest in accelerated document processes amongst organisations continues to grow, the UiPath integration with Adobe enables enterprise organisations to easily begin or continue their enterprise automation journey, successfully mature and scale their automation initiatives, and refocus their workforce on business transformation,” said Kahlon.