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This month, UiPath announced the launch of its new Orchestrator Mobile App, making it easy for users to supervise RPA on-the-go. You can now view your entire RPA environment, anywhere, anytime from you iOS or Android device.

Aside from monitoring all the critical aspects of your RPA environment through detailed at-a-glance dashboards from your mobile device, you can also trigger real-time alerts on the performance of your software robots or provide critical scheduling and licensing information.

Supervise RPA On the Go with the UiPath Orchestrator Mobile App

Key features of the UiPath Orchestrator Mobile App

  • Real-time alerts and filtering: Receive real-time alerts on the status of your automation health and the overall RPA system.
  • Powerful analytics: The mobile app delivers many easy-to-understand visuals.
  • One-touch, on-demand performance monitoring: You can effortlessly drill down into status and performance data on Robots, machines, jobs, and schedules.
  • License-usage efficiency: Updated license-usage information is presented in an on-demand, easily consumable format in the app.


  1. Real-time alerts on the overall status of your RPA system for faster response times.
  2. Alert filtering and search capabilities that provide fast, easy access to the information you need.
  3. Visual, easy-to-understand dashboards and charts that provide performance insights and the data to make better decisions.
  4. Complete visibility into job and Robot status to minimize surprises and maximize productivity.
  5. Detailed drill-down data related to Robots, machines, jobs, and schedules.
  6. A graphical view of license usage improves overall license management practices.

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CiGen, one of the first dedicated (#RPA) #Robotic #Process #Automation companies, providing Intelligent Automation solutions and services, using @uipath

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