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Start your first automation project under the supervision of the Ective and gain in-depth knowledge about RPA technology and solutions. We have prepared training for various use cases.
UIPath development training
This training is crucial for your internal development team. After completing, your team will be able to execute end-to-end RPA development in-house to minimize the involvement of external resources.
The precise length of this training is individual and depends on the current knowledge of your team and the scope of the training needed, but it usually takes about 5 days and covers the following topics:
  • UiPath Studio overview
  • UiPath Orchestrator overview
  • RE Framework training
  • Best development practices
  • Reusability principles training
  • Handling advanced exception
  • Solution Design Document creation (Optional)
  • Kibana reporting (Optional)
  • Orchestrator API (Optional)
SAP Advanced automation training
This training is for an experienced development team. It enables the team to develop fast and efficient SAP solutions (learn more) that don’t require any license for execution and can be easily scaled up or down. The training includes:
  • Basic scripting principles
  • Scripting infrastructure and framework
  • Integration of RPA tools (UiPath, BluePrism, AutomationAnywhere)
  • Library of already developed functions and modules
  • Technology allowing to automate 6 SAP screens in parallel (learn more)
Business Analyst training
You get 3-5 days of training for your business analysts, after which your team will be able to:
  • Identify suitable places for automation processes
  • Create pipelines
  • Prioritize processes
  • Optimize and improve processes before automation
  • Document and describe processes in a manner suitable for development
Management training
We also provide extensive preparation for management of RPA projects which covers:
  • Business case forming
  • People awareness enablement
  • Project development and scaling
  • Agile methodology review
  • Going through lessons learned from previous implementation experiences
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