UiPath has tapped a 20-year Microsoft veteran as its new Chief Product Officer. While an official announcement from UiPath is pending, Graham Sheldon revealed on his LinkedIn profile that he made the move several weeks ago and has been named CPO.
Sheldon’s most recent position at Microsoft was corporate vice president of product for Microsoft Teams, the Bellevue, Wash.-based company’s business messaging, videoconferencing and sharing platform. He also managed a team of data scientists and engineers in the company’s Dynamics Applied Research division building predictive experiences as well as other product roles over two decades.
“I believe we are at an inflection point in the ability of technology to unleash the power of human creativity and productivity,” Sheldon shared. “UiPath leads the industry with a unique, comprehensive automation platform focused on end-to-end business process automation. I am so impressed with the strength of the team, the ambition of the vision, the love from users and developers, and the results UiPath has created for its customers. I am excited to be part of the revolution and part of this team.”