Uipath Reseller Agreement

This reseller agreement is the natural step forward in a successful partnership between our two organizations. It provides customers with a unique point of purchase for products from two first-class suppliers and provides a gateway to AI in the business that will transform the business. And with multi-commodity-RPA strategies that are fashionable at the enterprise level, we now have the unique ability to manage all robots in an environment with Enate technology. The UiPath and Enate agreement allows customers to use more robots faster and with less risk, while ensuring greater operational transparency and performance optimization. UiPath, the supplier of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) has become a global reseller of the Enate Robotic Service Orchestrtion (RSO) platform. According to the partners, the agreement allows customers to “use more robots, faster and with less risk.” We know you have a lot of opportunities in UiPath resellers, but none of them are award-winning resellers and value creators like us. DRUID, a European company that develops AI chatbots for businesses, has signed an agreement with iSTYLE, the largest chain of Apple Premium reseller stores in Central and Eastern Europe, to design and develop a chatbot that will streamline the technical support activities of the Bucharest-based Customer Service Centre. The chatbot will be deployed in 6 other European countries by the end of 2020. The latter agreement builds on a strategic technology partnership between the two organizations, in which UiPath and Enate products are deeply integrated into accelerated automation, enabling customers to control and monitor human and robotic hybrid personnel. Enate`s RSO platform orchestrates the provision and management of services in a digital staff so that people can perform tasks that robots cannot perform due to process errors or exceptions. Enate allows exploitation at all scales, regardless of the relationship between humans: robots and whatever automation technology, accelerates the introduction of RPA and allows to get to AI in the company. UiPath, a leader in robotic automation (RPA), and Enate, the pioneering provider of robotics service (RSO) for simplifying service automation, today announced that UiPath will become an official global reseller of Enate`s RSO platform.

The agreement allows customers to use more robots faster and with less risk, while ensuring greater operational transparency and performance optimization. In any event, prior to this recent agreement, the two companies had cooperated closely, for example, UiPath and Enate products are deeply integrated into accelerated automation, allowing customers to control and monitor human and robotic hybrid personnel. An example of collaboration between UiPath and Enate is how Generali Link, part of the Generali Group and a major player in the global insurance industry, relied on UiPath and Enate for a combined solution that accelerates the deployment of RPA. “DMS Solutions” is pleased to announce that DMS Solutions has entered into a distribution partnership agreement with the global robotic process automation (RPA) provider (RPA) on December 21, 2017. The signing agreement with “UiPath” is part of DMS Solutions` smart automation strategy to help customers improve operational efficiency through disruptive intelligent automation. As part of this agreement, “DMS Solutions” will be the authorized reseller of UiPath software in the APAC and EMEA markets and will have better access to the UiPath Robotic Process Automation community. “This reseller agreement is the natural step forward in a successful partnership between our two organizations,” said Dhruv Asher, SVP for Alliance and Business Development at U.S.-based UiPath. “It provides customers with a unique point of purchase for products from two first-class suppliers and provides a gateway to AI in the business that will transform the business.” Enate`s RSO platform orchestrates the provision and management of services within a digital staff, so that “people can take on flawless tasks”