A leading enterprise automation software company, UiPath, has integrated Adobe‘s e-signatures capabilities into its automation platform. With UiPath’s integration with Adobe Document Services and Adobe Acrobat Sign, customers can automate end-to-end document processes and reduce costs by enhancing digital customer experiences and streamlining digital document workflows.
Param Kahlon, UiPath Chief Product Officer, said, “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. We’re here to help. As interest in accelerated document processes amongst organizations continues to grow, the UiPath integration with Adobe enables enterprise organizations to easily begin or continue their enterprise automation journey, successfully mature and scale their automation initiatives, and refocus their workforce on business transformation.”
UiPath and Adobe transform manual processes into all-digital experiences, allowing companies to modernize and accelerate their business processes. To be more specific, these integrations allow companies to:
UiPath reduces the time and effort needed to gather data, create documents, and collect signatures. Easily create contracts, invoices, sales proposals, forms, and more by integrating any data sources, including business applications, databases, and legacy systems.
Customers can utilize Adobe Document Services to automate document processing within their business workflows. Utilizing UiPath Integrations, they can automate the creation, export, secure, and compression of PDF documents across any business function, as well as integrate processes with any system.
Automate in a secure, scalable, and reliable manner: Embedding enterprise security and reliability standards into a consistent document workflow gives customers the flexibility they need. By conforming to PDF specifications, facilitates compatibility between applications and reduces human error during document processing.