UiPath, a Robotic Process Automation (RPA) software company, announced the launch of UiPath Connector for Salesforce, available on AppExchange.
The UiPath Connector for Salesforce enables customers to streamline complex workflows across multiple technologies by launching UiPath automations built natively on Salesforce. The application connects Salesforce to Orchestrator, a centralized robot management dashboard where customers can easily deploy, secure, and manage their UiPath Robots. Users can launch UiPath automations in response to events in Salesforce via Flow Builder or Process Builder.
Built on the Salesforce Platform, the Connector for Salesforce is currently available on AppExchange.
Salesforce AppExchange, enterprise cloud marketplace, empowers companies to sell, service, market and engage in entirely new ways. With more than 5,000 listings, 7 million customer installs and 90,000 peer reviews, it is one of the most comprehensive source of cloud, mobile, social, analytics and artificial intelligence technologies for businesses.
UiPath and Salesforce integration benefits customers
Companies across industries can leverage the integration to improve response times to customer inquiries and facilitate better customer experiences.
Dhruv Asher, Senior Vice President of Alliances and Business Development at UiPath, said, “The integration between UiPath and Salesforce delivers more value to our joint customers and helps teams maximize productivity. With the UiPath Connector for Salesforce, users can streamline complex workflows with ease – all without custom development or invasive implementation.”
Taksina Eammano, VP of Product Management, AI and Automation at Salesforce, said, “We love seeing our partners build solutions like the UiPath Connector for Salesforce on AppExchange, as we realize our ecosystem is a big part of what brings the Salesforce vision to life. Giving customers the ability to tap into automated solutions such as this empowers them to drive more productivity for their teams and improve experiences for their customers.”