Purchase UiPath Software
We help organizations buy the right RPA software that works best for them. We strive to understand your business objectives and goals, the diversity of the platforms available, and how the software is bundled to recommend the right solutions for you. A big difference is that we have streamlined the buying process, making it simple and fast to get up and running.
We Help You To:
- Identify your license requirements, smart ways to bundle, and understanding service agreements
- Negotiate price with vendors to get you the best price
- Procure and deliver the licenses to you
- Install and configure the RPA Platform and apply licenses
- Intelligent Automation license management, which includes capacity, tracking licenses across all intelligent automation products
What is UiPath?
The UiPath Enterprise RPA Platform delivers rapid automation of manual, rules-based, repetitive tasks. It’s been used to automate millions of processes for business and government organizations all over the word to improve productivity, customer experience, and employee job satisfaction.
How does UiPath sell its software?
UiPath has multiple ways to license; providing you the ability to manage your license expense at a granular level to ensure that you optimize license allocation. To enhance the management of your digital workforce, UiPath uses their Orchestrator to manage, schedule and track software robots.
UiPath types of licenses for its products:
- Named users (i.e., license is assigned to a specific individual).
- Concurrent users (i.e., many people share a license and only one can be active at any given time) .
- Concurrent run-times (intended only for unattended and non-production robots)
Typically, what is licensed in UiPath and how
- Attended robots interact with people and are commonly known as robotic desktop automation (RDA) as they share desktops with people. (both named and concurrent apply)
- Unattended robots run in the background and are commonly known as software robots used in robotic process automation (RPA). These run on their own based upon a predefined schedule or external triggers.
- Unattended non-production robots are used in non-production such as a testing or sandbox environment and they are used in disaster recovery for your production robots.
- Studio licenses are used by developers and day-to-day operations teams who build and ensure proper functioning of your production automations. Licenses for these can be purchased through both named and concurrent licensing structures.
- Orchestrator is UiPaths web-based management tool for managing robots, deploying robots, license capacity tracking and insights into how your digital workers are performing. Orchestrator is optional. Typically large UiPath automation deployments will include at least one Orchestrator.