Ever anticipate paying full price at the register only to be informed the item is on sale? Ever reached into a cereal box and pull out two prizes instead of one? Making future-proof business decisions isn’t easy. The end-goal is finding at least the one prize you expect. The obvious prize for investing in document management technology is a reduction in paper and associated costs. A plus you...
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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.
Tracking a purchase order, managing inventory or maintaining a list of lender rates isn’t terribly hard to do when it's approached in an organized fashion and kept up with. But what happens when that purchase order, SKU number or lender rate is only part of a larger, more complicated business-critical document? It would be a labor-intensive effort to track these documents using the same...
Watch any pre-1980s movie or show and you’ll hear a detective, advertising executive, or doctor saying with much authority, “Bring me the file on Smith” (or whatever name given to the criminal, company or patient).
Automation is a wonderful thing. As is waking up to a freshly brewed pot of coffee. Automation makes things easier and faster by removing the human element from a repetitive, mundane task or process; while the coffee pot is brewing coffee, what else could you being doing with that time?
It’s hard to imagine how businesses ever got anything done before digital technology. Papers were signed when the mail was delivered. Customers got answers when a business called them back. And many a pen ran dry while employees and office workers tediously filled out form after form by hand.
Invoices (both payable and receiving) are an integral part of every accounting department in business today. They have created a standardized method of how money is collected and paid from one business to another. If we're so familiar with them, why are they so cumbersome?
In any organization, the single most valuable resource is easy to identify - the people. Employees, members, management, customers, consultants - whatever they're called, people are the backbone of any successful company.
Your business is successful, and even profitable. You are starting to see the benefits of your hard work. Growth has come naturally.
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