UiPath (PATH) Collaborating With Adobe (ADBE) On Workflow Automation

By Amit Chowdhry ● May 17, 2022
  • UiPath (NYSE: PATH) has announced it has partnered with Adobe (NASDAQ: ADBE). These are the details.

UiPath (NYSE: PATH), a leading enterprise automation software company, announced it has integrated its automation platform with digital document generation and e-signature capabilities from Adobe (NASDAQ: ADBE). By integrating with Adobe Document Services and Adobe Acrobat Sign to help customers automate end-to-end document processes, UiPath is able to improve employee productivity, enhance digital customer experiences, and lower costs through seamless, uninterrupted digital document workflows.

 By transforming manual processes into all-digital experiences, UiPath and Adobe are enabling organizations for accelerating and modernizing their work with employees and customers alike. These are some of the integrations:

Accelerate document generation and e-signature

Through UiPath, customers are able to reduce the time and effort required to gather data, create documents, and request signatures. And they can collect data from any source, including business applications, databases, legacy systems, and other documents to effortlessly generate contracts, invoices, sales proposals, forms, and more. This means they can route documents for signature and downstream processing without delay.

For example, when onboarding a new vendor that vendor is required to complete an NDA. And with the Adobe Acrobat Sign connector for UiPath, customers can automate the process through a web form by indicating the recipient and selecting the type of document that is needed. The connector triggers an automated process to find the most recent version of the NDA that automatically descends to requesting the vendor’s e-signature. Meanwhile, customers can view the progress at any time – what documents were reviewed, who signed them, etc.

Automate document processing within business workflows

Customers can utilize Adobe Document Services to modify and optimize key documents supporting their business workflows. And they can integrate processes with any system using UiPath Integrations and automate document workflows across any business function, including creating, exporting, securing, and compressing PDFs, etc.

Ensure scalable, reliable,​ and secure automation

Customers are empowered in building consistent document workflows that meet enterprise security and reliability standards. And this ensures conformity to PDF specifications for compatibility across applications and improves reliability by reducing human error from document and signature processes.​ Plus it also reduces the time to prepare documents, strengthens compliance with audit trails, and adds real-time visibility into the status of a document.


“Whether it’s onboarding new hires, creating NDAs, or ordering standard equipment, employees and customers spend a lot of time repeating manual, paper-based processes. These tasks not only take too much time, but they also introduce inefficiency and risk into every step of the process. In today’s hybrid world, every department across an organization needs modern tools that accelerate document and e-signature workflows. And with UiPath and Adobe’s integration, organizations will have easy access to the best digital document experiences that drive productivity and scale in a secure manner.”  

— Deepak Bharadwaj, Vice President of Product Management, Adobe Document Cloud

 “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.”

— Param Kahlon, UiPath Chief Product Officer