Tracy Dixon is one of UiPath’s MVPs for 2021, making it her second year in a row to receive the recognition.
UiPath selected 62 members for their technical expertise, passion, creativity and drive in intelligent automation.
UiPath recognized Tracy Dixon, Senior Project and Resource Manager for our Miami operating group, as an MVP for the second year in a row.
“We are so proud of Tracy Dixon for receiving the award of MVP from UiPath for another year. This is just one demonstration of her commitment and dedication to her profession and her inquisitiveness regarding new technologies. We believe that automation is an area of growth for companies in our community, enabling them to provide employees with more meaningful work, reduce operational costs, react quicker to their customers, and ultimately be more competitive,” said Miami Practice Lead Kim Caruthers.
According to UiPath, “MVPs are the drivers in building the UiPath Community, supporting other RPA developers to enhance their skills, empowering women in tech, working with youth, and evangelizing RPA, providing feedback that shapes UiPath’s product roadmap – while at the same time growing their professional experience, network, and exposure.”
In addition to recognition, MVPs have the opportunity to:
- Connect with UiPath executives and RPA industry influencers
- Participate in global speaking opportunities at UiPath events and webinars
- Receive early access to the UiPath roadmap to provide input
Tracy said, “Never underestimate spending time on what’s important. RPA is not about what you can automate. It’s about focusing more on what you can’t automate because meaning matters.”
They started in 2005 as a 10-people team based in Bucharest, led by Daniel Dines. In the beginning, UiPath outsourced automation libraries and software to some of the world’s biggest companies.
Fast-forward to 2015. they launched free courses for UiPath Academy and started teaching RPA to over 35,000 now certified developers, propelling their rocket ship growth.