As school districts across the United States begin to adopt 1-to-1 technology policies (meaning that there is one device provided per student), instructional technology continues to evolve. The changes aren’t limited to students viewing textbooks on ereaders. They extend to new definitions of literacy, mixed reality experiences, and back-office innovations.
Looking for ways for your organization to increase productivity and trim budgets? You’ve come to the right place.
DocuPhase’s “Business Process Automation” blog will provide valuable insight into how your company can benefit from implementing document management and workflow automation into existing processes.
When you hear the words “business growth” come out of the mouth of your CEO or President, what kind of images come to mind?
If you work within a government-funded organization, you know how rigid the budget can be. When budget cuts come down from the top – whether that’s the federal government, your state, or elsewhere – you find yourself scrambling to find ways to get the job done with limited resources.
When you’re saving money, every little bit counts. You collect your change in a jar labeled “vacation!” and skip the frou-frou Starbucks drinks and the other extras that can add up over time.
If you’ve invested in a Document Management System, how can you be sure you’re getting your money’s worth? Are you using all of the features, or are you missing opportunities to optimize your daily experience?
The stability of your workforce can be impacted by any number of things – stress levels, repetition of tasks, and skill requirements. According to an article on marketwatch.com, the highest turnover rates are in stressful and underpaid jobs. Not surprising, right?
For newcomers to the automation world, the number of commonly used abbreviations can get pretty confusing. Maybe you’ve heard them and thought to yourself: RPA? BPM? OCR? WTF?! It can be frustrating to keep up with the alphabet soup related to automation software. Trust us – we’re right there with you.
Going paperless has many benefits – from saving time and money, to saving the earth. As you can imagine, eliminating paper can save you money on ink, printing, and other waste. In fact, Yale’s School of Medicine saved a whopping $92,000 when they switched from printing paper course packets to iPads. And that’s just one item that was replaced. Imagine how much they could multiply that savings...