My name is Mirza and I work as an automation and efficiency improvement manager / RPA developer. I have over 5 years of experience working for the financial sector, mainly in asset and liability management where I spent most of my time searching for non-convetional ways to deal with problems in a very traditional and conservative business enviroments. Highly motivated and hardworking individual, with an ability to meet deadlines, optimise and automate large and complex work processes (often based on God forsaken legacy software ) and produce work to a highest standard. Eager to learn, meet new people and keep pushing limits for self-improvement. I very much so enjoy using technology (uipath, C#, js,…) to find solutions for challenging problems in everyday life. Vastly interested in increasing employee satisfaction, engagement, and productivity by removing mundane repetitive tasks from their workdays.
Currently, I am preparing for Ui ARD certification and I want to connect with UiPath community to a greater extent.
Hello, I am Thang May Thanh Cong, I work in the field of elevators. Currently I have a small business and want to learn about RPA to optimize my business and management.
Hello All, I am Naveenprabu and I am working as a .Net Developer . I am interested in learning RPA in UI path.
My name is Grace. I’m learning UiPath, and working as a software developer. I like discovering new technologies and programming. I am interested in RPA and currently preparing for the UiPath certification.
Hello everyone, I’m a bachelor’s student. I’m new to the field of software automation. Can anyone tell me if this is a field with a future?
Hello Emma, welcome to the community!
You will find many articles placing software/process automation as top 10 jobs of the future. I believe it is mainly due to the fact that many companies/enterprises still use legacy (old, in-house solutions) software as primary solutions for their everyday business. The fact is, that kind of software is not very flexible (speaking from experience), and the architecture is quite complex (read OLD) and expensive to adjust, change and upgrade. Those companies will more often than not, instead of changing the existing architecture, or god forbid change the entire system, opt for a solution where you build an extension to the existing software and teach it to use the system as it is. This is much faster, much less expensive and the overall experience with introducing RPA in everyday business is more and more acceptable even in most conservative environments (again, speaking from experience ).
Moreover, even the most modern and advanced technologies and software can always use a touch of a robot.
Greetings to All !!! hope you all are doing fine. I just joined this forum and see there are giants in RPA and I look forward in learning from your rich experience. I am the VP customer success & Business Acquisition from Collective Minds Digital Solutions from India. This is my first post in this forum. I am into RPA for last 3 months. I am a plastics technologist, heading manufacturing process for various organizations for last 24 years. I was with a leading MNC for 10 years. I am currently looking for few pharma manufacturing Use cases. can you please share this link to me.
have a great day all of you.
I am a desktop Engineer from singapore.
hey i have finished my associate RPA courses / fundamental courses and i’m trying to get some help studying for the exam i took it and failed it seemed nothing like the practice exam . Was wondering if anyone had any tips and or links that would help me study i really want to pass next time !
My name is Babedi, and I am from South Africa. I am currently doing my final year in IT at the North West University. The reason why I have joined UiPath community forum is because I have RPA as a content in my module. Since well there are people with more experience from around the world in this community, I am hoping to learn more from them, since I am beginner.
Hi, I am Satish, ME Student of Manufacturing Systems and Automation and Robotics is a big part of both my academics and my intrests. What UiPath is offering to the industry and the end users is just phenomenal and I am just awe-struck to get to know its capabilities and its applications. I can’t wait enough to get to learn more of its tools and deploy them in to my projects and later into the organisaton i am placed in.
UiPath is synonyous to Excellence and Optimisation.
Thank you UiPath Team.
Hi, I’m new to Uipath, I was looking for a JS programmer to make some scripts to help me with some daily tasks, then he offered me the Uipath instead. I think I like it but I encountered some weird issues, for example I don’t understand why the Switch case value can’t process a VB expression… (while its not an issue in other programming languages).
Looking forward to better get to know UiPath.
Hey would you like to study sometime ? Im taking the exam again soon and need help studying
hi i am Germany.
I am new to Data management.
Hope this forum helps me in moving forward.
Hi, i am from Germany. I am an SAP Consultant for FI/CO and now working with UiPath. Looking forward to work with you.
My name is Mathewos, but you all can call me Mathew. I’m here to learn Automation and was fascinated by my first Automation I built with StudioX. The concepts presented were amazing and my first hands-on experience with StudioX was amazing. I’m already thinking of tasks that can be easiy automated like
- Opening A ServiceNow Application and logging in call tickets and retrieving call tickets.
- Opening a mail application to view, compose, and send mail electronically.
- Using Data Sources like Excel, to enter data automatically into a website.
There are lots of more ideas out there in the world of automation than what I can think of yet, but with great practice and experience, I look forward to building my next automation that gives me the opportunity to engage with activities I like, while spending less time doing repetitive tasks.
welcome in the UiPath Community, excellent introduction, happy automation.
I am Quan, I work in finance industry. Currently I have a small business and want to learn about RPA to optimize the workflow and help my team to lighten their workload.
Love to learn about RPA and to know you all.
Myself Tapan Behera. I from India and I am working as a RPA Developer.