McBean Brings With Him Decades of Experience in Leadership Roles at Microsoft, IBM, and Global Accounting Firms
UiPath, the leading enterprise Robotic Process Automation (RPA) software provider, has appointed Andrew McBean as its Director of Thailand. Thailand is a key growth market for UiPath within Southeast Asia, as the country’s enterprises continue to invest in automation technologies to digitally transform their business processes in an increasingly global and competitive marketplace. He will spearhead all operations in Thailand, including recruitment, client servicing, and business development.
McBean brings with him decades of experience working for American technology companies such as Microsoft and IBM, as well as global accounting firms. Most recently he was the CEO of PKF in Thailand where he tripled sales and doubled staff in just three years. In joining UiPath, McBean is doubling down on his belief that RPA will continue to be a transformative industry-leading technology. He shares UiPath’s commitment to championing a new automation era that will benefit not just enterprises but also employees, through education and upskilling.
Andrew McBean, Director of Thailand at UiPath, said: “I am looking forward to working with the UiPath Thailand team and helping Thailand’s most progressive companies become more successful through implementing our leading RPA technology. RPA is a catalyst for helping human workers exceed their own expectations by taking away the mundane and repetitive tasks and allowing them to focus on what matters most. I’m a strong believer in UiPath’s vision of a robot to assist every worker, to unleash value and performance within today’s enterprises.”
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UiPath has a strong track record in Thailand. In 2019, UiPath launched its Academic Alliance initiative, starting with King Mongkut’s University of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL). The goal is to equip Thailand’s students with critical automation skills, teach them how to leverage RPA in the workplace, and prepare them to work alongside software robots.
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