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UiPath Culture Deck


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This is who we are at UiPath.

Our core values are: Speed, Immersion, Boldness, Humility

My dream was to build a company that I’d love to work for. My belief is that our workplace should be our playground, and we have made concerted efforts to ensure that UiPath is a place where employees feel inspired, engaged, and happy.

Daniel Dines
CEO & Co-Founder

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UiPath Culture Deck

  1. 1. Culture Deck
  2. 2. My dream was to build a company that I’d love to work for. My belief is that our workplace should be our playground, and we have made concerted efforts to ensure that UiPath is a place where employees feel inspired, engaged, and happy. Daniel Dines CEO & Co-Founder “ 3
  3. 3. UiPath’s Roots
  4. 4. In the beginning, the thing that kept us all together and working and creating this team was mostly our passion, and the fact that we had a lot of trust for each other, all staying in the same room and working for the same thing from the early morning until late at night. Andra Ciorici Product Lead “ 5
  5. 5. UiPath’s Roots 6 UiPath began as DeskOver, a software outsourcing company that built automation components for software firms. It all started in a crowded apartment in Bucharest, where the team slowly grew from two to ten employees.
  6. 6. UiPath’s Roots 7 Founders Daniel Dines and Marius Tîrcă set out to build a tech company with a warm startup culture. At the time, this was a fairly radical idea in Romania. Inspiration came from companies in the US and elsewhere, where employees feel valued and are given a degree of autonomy.
  7. 7. We were 8 or 10 people when I joined. I remember Daniel talking to us about the importance of trust, that we had it and should nurture it. I was, like, 22 and he would talk to me about why it is important to think not just about yourself and your happiness, but about how you can improve the world. And this worldview changed me. It opened me. I still remember those conversations. Lavinia Cojocaru Software Development Lead “ 8
  8. 8. UiPath’s Roots 9 From the very beginning, this was always the goal: to create a workplace where everyone was happy and felt at home. Our leadership ensured that everyone was empowered to speak up when they had ideas, and encouraged healthy debate. As we have grown, it has been a high priority to ensure that every voice in the company would be heard, just like they were in the beginning.
  9. 9. We were inspired by what was happening in Silicon Valley, and the importance of culture when building a company. We did not identify with the local ways of doing business, so we considered ourselves an enclave of Silicon Valley in Romania, only dreaming of unicorn stories. With incredible luck, perfect timing, bold moves and hard work, we succeeded in turning a dream into reality. Marius Tîrcă CTO & Co-Founder “ 1 0
  10. 10. UiPath’s Roots RPA wasn’t always on our radar. For a long time, we were focused on our automation library for developers. The change began in 2013 with an Indian client who saw potential to use our code generator for the automation of business practices. 11
  11. 11. The first client came in before we even knew what RPA was. Somebody approached us and said, ‘We want to use your tool to automate our business practices.’ We didn’t quite understand what that meant at the time. I think that was the inflection point—the moment where we found our market fit and we saw the direction we needed to go in to evolve. Andra Ciorici Product Lead “ 12
  12. 12. UiPath’s Roots 13 After that experience, it became clear that RPA was the way forward. We moved fast, taking a risk based on the unexpected but successful implementation. Humility and listening to others are the core of this company, as are boldness and speed. These values have served us well.
  13. 13. UiPath’s Roots We dove into RPA, seeing the great market fit for the technology we were building. Our main enterprise automation platform launched in 2015, and we began forming partnerships with major consultancies. Before we knew it, UiPath went from 10 people to 100 to 1000, and offices sprung up all over the world. 14
  14. 14. It came a little every week or month. There was a time where we were kind of shocked that we didn't recognize everybody in the room, and this happened way too fast for us to realize. I didn’t take the time to analyze how things were changing. You just realize, like, last year this time we had half of the people we do today, or 10%. Andra Ciorici Product Lead “ 15
  15. 15. UiPath’s Roots The first major area of expansion was India, starting with a cluster of four desks in a coworking space. India’s tech scene is characterized by large BPO companies with rigid corporate structures. Our team there worked hard to find people who were interested in something different … more open. 16
  16. 16. I was interviewed in a hotel because we did not have an office yet. The first message I got after I was hired was, ‘Where do you want your office to be?’ The company is that open, to ask, ‘What’s your preference? Your input is necessary to actually decide where you want the office to be.’ Tejus Venkatesh RPA Evangelist “ 17
  17. 17. UiPath’s Roots As the Indian team grew from four people in a tiny office to 200+ in a powerhouse at the center of Bengaluru, that core culture remained. UiPath in India solidified itself as an organization built from the bottom up. Building on the culture that began in Romania, we assembled a team of smart people who thrive in a less structured environment. 18
  18. 18. At the end of the day, we want what’s good for UiPath. I’m not the only one who thinks like this. We imbibed these things into the initial set of 20, 30 people we hired, and it came from the Romanian team because we had a lot of interaction. Tejus Venkatesh RPA Evangelist “ 19
  19. 19. UiPath’s Roots Another priority area since early 2017 has been Japan. In Japan, our team has found a market that is primed for RPA adoption. When UiPath first began hiring there, we had so many clients coming in that we couldn’t work with even a fraction of them. 20
  20. 20. UiPath’s Roots Traditionally, Japan’s work culture is skewed towards companies over employees. People are disincentivized from moving between companies and encouraged to put in long hours, and hierarchy is based on seniority. This is changing, albeit slowly. 21
  21. 21. UiPath’s Roots After a few high-profile tragedies involving worker suicides, the Japanese government has made work style reform a priority. At the same time, the workforce is shrinking as the children of the postwar baby boom age and retire. 22
  22. 22. UiPath’s Roots We believe that RPA is a key piece of Japan’s labor puzzle. Automation of rote labor can help fill the holes left by workforce shrinkage, and also lessen the stress on employees. People are enthusiastic about the technology, and even non-technical workers are starting to think about how RPA can improve their lives. 23
  23. 23. I had never heard of RPA, but I thought it was very good timing to join UiPath in early 2017. In Japan, people's work/life balance is not good. The government was talking about work/life balance innovation, so I thought RPA could be a solution. I felt something like destiny, and I joined. Takuya Abe Customer Success Director “ 24
  24. 24. UiPath’s Roots One UiPath client, for example, is Sumitomo Group, a large Japanese financial institution. They have used our products to save over a million man-hours without any forced layoffs, and anticipate saving three million hours by 2020. This will allow them to adopt work style reform, with more reasonable working hours and optimal assignment of people across roles. 25
  25. 25. We have a very exciting vision of RPA’s future. Whereas RPA has hitherto been used mostly to boost productivity, we now expect it to be increasingly used as a strategic tool to create new business models. The question we ask is, ‘If you had 100 additional associates, what new initiatives would you undertake?’ Koichi Hasegawa CEO, UiPath Japan “ 26
  26. 26. UiPath’s Roots Similar initiatives are happening around the world. As our company grows, our technology is empowering people in a wide array of industries. The goal is simple: to accelerate human achievement. 27
  27. 27. UiPath’s Roots We now have thousands of employees in dozens of countries, but our priorities have not changed. We hire based on our values, which sprung directly from our early experiences. If we can change the way work is done, and make some money, that’s great, but if our people aren’t happy, we have failed. 28
  28. 28. Our culture is fundamentally human, and lacking any romanticized view of a person. Nobody’s perfect. Everyone has their ugly face and their beautiful face, and can be inspiring and then mediocre and even an idiot sometimes, but we find a way to work together. If there’s a shining moment, it is because of a network of people who really relate to each other. Ana Cinca Enabling Technologies “ 29
  29. 29. UiPath Timeline 2005 to Today
  30. 30. DeskOver Is Founded Daniel Dines (CEO) and Marius Tîrcă (CTO) begin writing UiPath’s history, building automation libraries. Worldwide Traction Our libraries are shared with developers, along with SDKs for firms like IBM, Google, & Microsoft, to embed in their products. Lasting Legacy DeskOver code is still used today, on literally millions of machines, as part of a vast array of products. Praise from All Sides Throughout these early years, we receive consistently excellent feedback on the quality of our outputs. 2005 2005-2011: UiPath’s Roots “I saw that you could actually build a company out of love for technology.” 2011 Daniel Dines CEO
  31. 31. Market Fit The team identifies a market fit for its products in the fledgling RPA industry. The Revolution Begins We begin to orient resources toward building a platform for training and orchestrating software robots. First Deployment! We launch the first UiPath Desktop Automation product line based on Microsoft Workflow Designer, targeting the RPA market. First RPA Journey We work with Sutherland and Dell to automate business strategies. 2012 2013 Triple Digits Already, hundreds of business processes are being automated with UiPath products. 2012-2013: Entry into RPA Market “We were building an engine and selling [it] to other garages. We had a good product…but we didn’t yet know what we could do with it. Until somebody came and told us, ‘you can use it to build an airplane.’ ” Adrian Dorache Software Development Lead
  32. 32. New Name, New Us As UiPath, we lock down our first BPO and consulting partnerships, with firms like Cognizant, Capgemini, NIIT, Genfour, & Symphony. Welcome to America We incorporate in the US as UiPath, Inc. Big Recognition Aecus recognizes us as a “Prominent Technological Innovator.” Cash Flows In In August, we close an initial seed round, backed by Earlybird, Credo Ventures, and Seedcamp. 2015 2015: DeskOver Becomes UiPath “We understood there was a huge market out there of people who just do repetitive processes all day long, for whom our technology, which emulates what people do, is perfect.” Daniel Dines CEO
  33. 33. Launches for Days In April, we launch Front & Back Office Server Suites, plus Studio Community Edition, reaching 10k active members in six months. Just Keep Winning Horses for Sources positions us in the Winners Circle of their RPA blueprint. Offices Everywhere! We open locations in New York, London, and Bengaluru, and surpass 100 employees. Captains of Enterprise We add over 250 enterprise customers. 2016 2016: UiPath Goes Global “From that moment on, things changed dramatically for us. We started to grow.” Daniel Dines CEO
  34. 34. More Funding In April, we raise a $30 million Series A round led by Accel, for expansion and product development focused on AI capabilities. More Offices We open locations in Japan, Singapore, Australia, Germany, the Netherlands, and France. UiPath Academy UiPath Academy is born, allowing thousands of people worldwide to train with the UiPath RPA platform solution. Industry Recognition We win awards from CognitionX, and are recognized as a leader and star performer in RPA by Forrester and Everest Group. 2017 2017: Astronomic Growth “There comes a moment when you need to get a little crazy.” Daniel Dines CEO
  35. 35. UiPath Becomes a Unicorn Our Series B & C rounds put us at $1 billion and then $3 billion in valuation, making us a unicorn company. Employment Skyrockets We surpass 2000 employees worldwide, with dozens of offices in tens of countries. Awards on Awards We get #14 on Forbes Cloud 100, #1 in RPA from Forrester Wave, best place to work in New York/Austin from Built In, and many more. We Remember Our Roots Several of the key people and developers who laid the foundation of Deskover in 2005 are still with UiPath today. 2018 2018: Unicorn Status “Two and a half years ago, when we invested, the company consisted of 12 people huddled together in an apartment in Bucharest. In hindsight, after two large funding rounds in quick succession, the decision to invest in UiPath back at the seed stage now seems obvious.” Dan Lupu Partner at Earlybird Venture Capital
  36. 36. Authenticity
  37. 37. I love working here because of the people. It’s amazing that in every office, they've found people of the same ilk. That humility, that heart. Everyone appreciates the trust that’s been given to them, and they’re go-getters. You wind 'em up, let 'em go, and they’re going to produce something that’s good for the company. And they’re just a load of fun. Dean Mauro Integrations Lead “ 38
  38. 38. Authenticity This company encourages you to be who you are, rather than try to fit some mold of what you think we want you to be. We hired you for your unique experience and insight. You shouldn’t be afraid to fully embody that and share it with the people around you. 39
  39. 39. I’m proud of the team we’ve built. It’s a team where you feel that everyone supports you whether they know you or not, and everyone is willing to take the time to make sure that you are successful in what you’re trying to do. Andra Ciorici Product Lead “ 40
  40. 40. Authenticity It comes back to our culture of trust. Just as the company trusts you to own your role, trust that we respect you and want to treat you well. Your personal growth and psychological safety are aligned with the company’s best interest. We make robots so you can be more human, and we want to embrace you for who you are. 41
  41. 41. We value people being genuine and open. If they feel like crying, you should let them cry. If they feel like screaming, you can calm them down, but just let them behave as they naturally would. We realized early on that it’s a good thing to let everyone speak if they have an idea, even if it's outside of their expertise—it means that person cares, and maybe it’s a different perspective that we should take into consideration. Lavinia Cojocaru Software Development Lead “ 42
  42. 42. Authenticity At UiPath, we feel that we have an opportunity to establish what the company of the future will look like. To us, it is centered on psychological safety, beyond anything else. Everything in this deck goes back to that core idea. 43
  43. 43. Global Culture
  44. 44. Our ability to collaborate globally is absolutely remarkable. It’s one of the things that makes us unique. I’ve never really seen a company operate this way, where you could go to any region and have almost the same experience with people. Lori Golden Talent Acquisition Leader, Americas “ 45
  45. 45. Global Culture UiPath has been a cross-cultural company for most of its existence. No team here is siloed by their geographic area—we all function as global units. There are challenges associated with this connectedness. 46
  46. 46. Global Culture UiPath’s culture is strong, and that makes it easier to collaborate across geography, but there are still struggles sometimes. You should come into this company ready to open yourself up to people whose experiences and sensitivities are very different from yours. We all have common threads, and we genuinely care to understand each other’s cultures and differences. 47
  47. 47. Because we’re an international company, magic happens around the world as the US team sleeps, and we get the honor of picking up the baton in the morning. Across countless countries and languages there’s one common aim: equipping people with automation tools to help them love their jobs. That gets me up easily every morning. Joe Edwards Product Marketing Manager “ 48
  48. 48. Trust & Ownership from Day One
  49. 49. Trust & Ownership from Day One When you start working at UiPath, you are given ownership of your role, whatever it may be. We trust you to make it happen, and will provide whatever tools you need. Take this blank canvas and build something great. You can make a huge impact, immediately. To be frank, that’s exactly what we need from you. 50
  50. 50. Trust & Ownership from Day One Your opportunity to shine is right here for the taking. This is the fastest-growing enterprise software company in history, and we need people who will dive in and get it done. We literally can’t move fast enough to keep up with the growing demand for our products, even as investment pours in. 51
  51. 51. RPA Industry Valuation Our valuation has skyrocketed in comparison to industry competitors.
  52. 52. Trust & Ownership from Day One Whether you’re building our cutting- edge tech, selling it, or working in any other capacity here, it’s not going to be easy. That’s a good thing—you will always be challenged by what you’re working on, which makes the reward that much more gratifying. We work with amazing clients around the world, and we have a lot to deliver to them. 53
  53. 53. Our Clients Here is a small taste of the companies that have been able to implement our robots.
  54. 54. Trust & Ownership from Day One It takes humility to admit when things aren’t so easy, and that allows you to be challenged and grow through overcoming said challenges. More on humility later. It’s very important here. 55
  55. 55. Trust & Ownership from Day One In the process of taking on the challenges of your role, look inside yourself. You might find a healthy amount of fear. What is holding you back? 56
  56. 56. Trust & Ownership from Day One Addressing this fear is the key to personal growth, and we encourage it here. Take this opportunity to learn and improve yourself, and as a member of our team, improve UiPath and the world, too. 57
  57. 57. I work really hard, but because I want to. No one makes me do it. I’m having a great time, honestly. I didn't hate my last job, but I wasn’t passionate about it. I saw work as a 9 to 5. I didn’t see it as a thing that I could genuinely be very interested in. I hadn’t experienced that before, so I didn’t know it was out there. Being able to shape the team and decide what I'm interested in and pursue that has been a lot of fun. Prateek Gupta Technical Pre-Sales “ 58
  58. 58. Trust & Ownership from Day One With scaling comes opportunity to leave your mark in a big way. There are many stories at UiPath of new employees quickly growing into team leads. The company’s needs are always increasing, and when you shine in your role, your leaders will take notice. 59
  59. 59. Trust & Ownership from Day One Buckle up—you’re about to board a rocket ship into uncharted space. This company is a meritocracy, and your potential is limitless. 60
  60. 60. I feel plugged into this hivemind, surrounded by intelligent people who help me every step of the way. As long as you’re chasing something, people here will lift you to where you need to be. The company recognizes that, and they give us a lot of responsibility and trust. Matt Middleton RPA Developer “ 61
  61. 61. Our Core Values These are the four qualities we find most important. HUMILITYBOLDNESSIMMERSIONSPEED
  62. 62. Humility /(h)yo͞oˈmilədē/ noun 1. the absence of any feelings of being better than others 2. freedom from pride or arrogance Humility is not meekness or timidity. HUMILITYBOLDNESSIMMERSIONSPEED
  63. 63. It’s the natural evolution of a human being, to reach humility. Ego is the worst enemy in one’s life. What can make us successful is really the desire to do something better. To become better. And only people who think within the humility framework can improve. Because otherwise you think you are good enough. And humility helps you overcome this type of barrier. Daniel Dines CEO & Co-Founder “ 64
  64. 64. Humility Humility is listening and being open to learn in everything that you do, even that at which you already excel. You have to be ready to get your hands dirty, and do whatever it takes to drive towards innovation. 65
  65. 65. Humility We encourage everyone at every level to speak up, and we all listen to each other. Everybody here can impact this organization with great ideas, and our leaders are, before all else, listeners. 66
  66. 66. UiPath has really helped me hone my listening skills. I'm human. I'm not always right, and I'm willing to say, 'Ok, I hadn't thought about it that way. Let me really hear what you’re saying.’ That mindset helps me be a better leader. Janette Hausler VP of Global Partner Marketing “ 67
  67. 67. Humility You have to be ready to give and take criticism, in equal measure. At UiPath, opportunities for personal growth and reflection are everywhere. 68
  68. 68. Every one of us enjoys the autonomy in our work, and this helps us nurture our startup-like culture. However, we constantly challenge our peers and also leaders on their actions and decisions to bring the best for UiPath. Tejus Venkatesh RPA Evangelist “ 69
  69. 69. Humility We are fundamentally changing the way the world works, and to do that, we need you to be your best self. Come in ready to find and overcome your limiting beliefs. 70
  70. 70. HUMILITYBOLDNESSIMMERSIONSPEED Boldness /ˈbōldnəs/ noun 1. willingness to take risks and act innovatively; confidence or courage 2. fearlessness before danger Boldness is not arrogance or loudness.
  71. 71. We’re trying to expose automation to as many people as possible—this is really the skill, not only of the future, but of the present, and hundreds of universities have reached out to us. I’m proud to work with such a great diverse team to empower humanity. The goal is a workforce that’s joyful. I’d like to help as many people as possible say, ‘I love my job,’ and I think automation can help with that.” Joe Edwards Product Marketing Manager “ 72
  72. 72. Boldness We need you to jump right in and start taking smart risks. We are making a real impact on the world, and thus risk-taking stems not from bravery but from responsibility. 73
  73. 73. Boldness Bold does not mean loud. It means believing in what you do, and doing it with conviction. 74
  74. 74. Boldness Accept the potential for failure, and when you fail, own up to it and learn from it. You will find that everyone in this company is ready to admit when they are wrong, and also to point out when someone else is wrong. This is how we grow. 75
  75. 75. I failed completely in my first few months; I didn’t understand the way my team worked. I had to deconstruct myself and adapt to this informal environment. I’ve learned to be a servant-leader. I’m no better than anyone on my team. On the contrary, they’re much better than I am in so many ways. Ana Cinca Enabling Technologies “ 76
  76. 76. HUMILITYBOLDNESSIMMERSIONSPEED /iˈmərZHən/ noun 1. deep mental involvement 2. state of being deeply engaged or involved; absorption Immersion is not being a workaholic. Work & Life Immersion
  77. 77. What I learned—the hard way— is that you need to know a subject very, very deeply in order to build a simple solution. If you don’t understand all the details, all the kinds of branches of a solution, you will end up building something very simplistic. Simple is very difficult. Simplistic is very easy. That is why we need to spend ten hours a day simply thinking about all the implications of a product. Daniel Dines CEO & Co-Founder “ 7 8
  78. 78. Work & Life Immersion When we are at work, we are fully engaged in what we are doing, with extreme passion and a sense of ownership. When we are not at work, we’re still being moved by these same drives as we go about our personal lives. 79
  79. 79. I always ask myself and my colleagues: why do we come to the office everyday? It should be because you want to be with these people, to work together on something meaningful. That's why work never actually stops—you can spend time together for drinks after work or go home to recharge, but your projects are always in the back of your mind. Marius Tîrcă CTO & Co-Founder “ 8 0
  80. 80. Work & Life Immersion When you’re immersed in disconnecting, your mind continues to operate in the background, allowing space for inspiration and ideation. This keeps you moving toward excellence. 81
  81. 81. The main thing I always see at UiPath is energy. To most people, UiPath is part of their real life—they love the people, they love working here, and what they’re doing is making an impact. I had never really loved my job until I came here. Feiran Hao Director of Regional Pre-Sales, Americas “ 82
  82. 82. Work & Life Immersion We feel strongly that to bring everything to UiPath that we need you to, you need to go out and have your own exciting life. Then, take that color and infuse it into your work. UiPathers have a wide variety of interests and hobbies outside of their work. 83
  83. 83. The need for adrenaline drove me to both skydiving and UiPath. Because it’s really cool here—you have to use your brain, and be balanced, manage pressure. One is more intellectual than the other, but the feeling is pretty much the same—you’re on a wild ride. I am a strange mix of the two worlds. I wouldn’t be happy just being in an office, but if I didn’t have a fulfilling job, I would feel useless. I want to explore both. “ Sorin Stania Director of Process Intelligence & Analytics
  84. 84. Before UiPath, I joined an around-the- world sailing race. It took teamwork to a whole other level. When a wave is trying to knock you down or off the boat, or when you’re trying to cook for twenty and your pots are flying off the stove as the boat crashes over waves—it was reassuring to see that in a foreign environment, I could still rely on the inner core strength that I’ve developed over the years. “ Ali Sholer Director of Pre-Sales Operations
  85. 85. Racing cars and being an instructor has taught me a great deal about life and business. To operate at peak performance, you have to find a harmony within yourself, balancing ambition, patience, skill, and pushing your own boundaries. If these are out- of-sync, you will not operate at your best, and might even end up in the wall. However, when you do find that harmony, you can accomplish anything! “ Brandon Nott VP of Customer Success
  86. 86. I’ve been a jazz musician my whole life. Jazz is a framework. It’s a way of thinking and communicating with other people. As a bass player, you have to be the heartbeat in a room full of chaos, holding it down regardless of what everyone else is doing. That’s what drives me in my role here, too—taking something abstract and finding the pulse. “ Chris Schrader Employer Branding Content
  87. 87. I spent two sabbatical years traveling around the world. My boyfriend and I learned to drive motorbikes and took them around Asia and South America. I would not be here if I hadn’t traveled so much. Hundreds of people have welcomed me into their homes, given me food, and they were all sorts of people. Rich, poor; it goes beyond social status. If we are appealing to the world and building this generational company, it goes beyond professionalism. It’s connecting at a human level. Ana Cinca Enabling Technologies “ 92
  88. 88. HUMILITYBOLDNESSIMMERSIONSPEED Speed /spēd/ noun 1. the rate at which someone or something is able to move or operate 2. rapidity of movement or action Speed is not loose or careless.
  89. 89. In this industry it is very hard to predict the future, so nothing is ever future-proof. Technology will change, requirements will change, trends will change. You must be flexible and modular so that as things evolve, you can modify and improve components of your system without having to rebuild the whole thing. Marius Tîrcă CTO & Co-Founder “ 94
  90. 90. Speed Speed is a priority for any modern tech company. More than just a priority, though, it’s a mentality. It’s not like UiPath invented this idea. To succeed as a software company in a hot market, you have to implement ideas and react to feedback and market changes in real time. 95
  91. 91. Speed This means identifying priorities as early as possible, finding the minimum viable product that satisfies your needs, and launching it. It goes beyond just our products; every facet of the company operates this way. We are not the only RPA company, and a great deal of our success in this market comes back to our adaptability. 96
  92. 92. Speed Our clients love our products because we listen to them, and then act on what we hear as quickly as we can to deliver something excellent. We have been able to scale impossibly fast because our hiring strategy works the same way. To succeed here, you have to be ready to find the core needs of your position, then fill them fast, without compromise. 97
  93. 93. We move super, super fast. You have so much autonomy to do great things. In addition to getting our products to market quickly, our speed and responsiveness help our partners drive results, because we’re listening to them and acting on their feedback fast. Janette Hausler VP of Global Partner Marketing “ 98
  94. 94. Speed There are downsides to this approach. Sometimes, we don’t do a great job of disseminating information across the company. As we grow and establish a healthy amount of structure, we aim to improve on this, but we will not compromise on speed to do so. 99
  95. 95. Liberation from Tedium
  96. 96. Instead of bean counting, young accountants will be free to learn how to analyze data and provide a broader, more valuable service for their clients. HR personnel will be able to process more applicants in a shorter amount of time. The list is endless, but the benefits are the same: less repetitive, unskilled work freeing up workers to do more valuable, higher-skilled activities. Raghu Subramanian CEO, UiPath India “ 101
  97. 97. 102 6,434 MILES Our roots lie in Romania, far from the culture of Silicon Valley.
  98. 98. This company was founded with the goal of helping and liberating people. We measure success not in status elevation or monetary gains (though we value those things, too), but in impact, on the lives of both our employees and our clients. 103 Liberation from Tedium
  99. 99. Our goal is to accelerate human achievement. This technology is in its infancy and is radically changing the way our clients do business, freeing people from repetitive tasks so they can focus on what really energizes them. 104 Liberation from Tedium
  100. 100. We can separate out robotic tasks and human tasks, and people’s jobs then become human and not robotic. That’s a much better place for people to be living and working in, as opposed to sitting at their desk all day pressing some numbers. That’s not a job that’s fulfilling. In a sense, we are providing people an opportunity to reach the fullest of what it means to be human. Sam Mongeau Delivery Lead “ 105
  101. 101. This is the key to our ethos, both in our product and in our company culture. We want to eliminate all roadblocks between our team and the interesting, creative work that will bring out their best, just like we do for clients. We trust you, and want to empower you. It’s up to you to decide what that means. 106 Liberation from Tedium
  102. 102. The real benefit of working here is being a part of the living organism that is UiPath. This company is changing the world, and the feeling is electric. You will find yourself surrounded by people from around the world, united in purpose and in spirit. 107 Liberation from Tedium
  103. 103. UiPath is a beast. A hungry, voracious, magnificent beast. As with any beast, the more you feed it, the more it wants. But the ride will be spectacular! An open water adventure. For me, the only way out will always be in. Mina Deckard Senior Content Writer “ 108
  104. 104. The cement is wet—come leave your prints. Welcome to