Has your organization ever pulled the trigger too fast on a software purchase? It turns out that the product isn’t all you thought it would be, and your team is left trying to make the best of a bad situation, knowing that there’s no going back on the big investment that was already made.
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.
You’ve heard the terms “cloud migration” and “cloud computing” more and more over the past few years, but did you know that the cloud services market is worth more than $200 billion? According to IDC, worldwide spending on cloud services is expected to increase from $67 billion to $162 billion between 2015 and 2020!
Would you believe it if someone told you that 59% of business processes will be automated within the next five years, and that 83% of IT decision makers consider automation to be “essential” or “very important” to their companies? According to a recent study by Redwood Software, all of this is true! RPA is a growing trend in the US and in the UK.
When you deploy an advanced automation platform within your organization, you get more than a simple electronic filing system or a way to reduce data entry and eliminate specific tasks. You do get these things, but there’s much more involved. Sure, enterprise automation can help you save time by automating business tasks, but do you know what else can it do for you?
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.
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.
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?
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...