The last several years have been full of innovations and technological breakthroughs that have allowed businesses to manage and streamline processes and operations in a more efficient manner than ever before. Document management and workflow automation software are some examples of how firms have been able to expedite their processes; however, because technology moves so quickly, it can be...
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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.
By this time, the phrase "go green" has become commonplace all over the world. Green energy, green transportation, renewable resources – it's a hotbed issue in government and business.
Compliance of any kind is typically a necessary evil, especially in terms of federal or state government issued compliance terms. Laws change (often rapidly) as case precedent develops in regards to fields such as equal opportunity employment, or EOE Compliance.
"Yeeeaaaaaaah... I think I'm gonna need you to come in on Saturday."
When asked what goals executives and managers have for their company, the most common eventuality is "growth".
It is often theorized that to remove human error, an organization must start to implement more systems that will replace the human aspect of the organization - highly specialized and technological systems are what most often come to mind, but sometimes it is simply the idea of stricter rules and more in-depth accident reporting policies that management intends to put in place.
It's probably not surprising that business process management, workflow, and golf have so much in common. Most people are much more familiar with golf, so let's take a look at some of the similarities we can draw between the two to try and make BPM and workflow make a bit more sense.