What is one key component that all businesses share, no matter the industry or specialty? The answer, of course, is accounting. The accounting department is the most vital part of every business. Without following reliable accounting best practices, a business can and will crumble. Frankly, our economy couldn’t survive without accountants. The US Department of Labor has projected that there...
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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.
Some things never change. Sure, the world around you keeps moving and evolving, but there are some things that stay the same, year after year. In the world of business, paperwork is one of those constants. More specifically, each and every industry uses forms to drive and fuel their processes, and this won’t be changing any time soon.
Just as retail apps and ecommerce sites are replacing many people’s shopping mall experiences, banking apps and websites are taking the place of in-person banking for a growing number of people.
Can automation really make a positive difference in the quality of patient care? According to a report in the Archives of Internal Medicine, it can. The report shows that patients at Texas hospitals have been attributing fewer complications, lower death rates, and reduced costs to healthcare automation practices.
Where do you see automation in your daily life? It’s everywhere! Each time your order a pizza online, run your Roomba vacuum, or use your smart phone to adjust the temperature or lights in your home, you’re using an automated system that does work for you.
The stability of your workforce can be impacted by many things, including 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?
Within the world of business, there’s a wide range of practices, varying from industry to industry. Even though many business processes differ from one organization to another, some things stay the same. One of those constants is the use of forms.
Comparing today’s workflow automation solutions to early examples of how businesses first applied technology to speed up their day-to-day operations is kind of like comparing today to last week. The differences are many depending on what angle you take.