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.
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.
Despite the growing importance being placed around Business Process Management, a recent study found that only 4% of organizations actually measure and manage their processes. Without a clearly defined and repeatable process, it’s impossible for a company to measure, manage, and improve their processes.
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.
The decision to go with a Document Management System (DMS) is both simple and complex. It’s simple because you know you have a problem to solve, and that document imaging software is the key to solving it.
If you’re in an industry that uses SOPs, you know the importance of having reliable access to the current version of each SOP, and how crucial it is that each step is followed exactly as outlined. Whether you work within the realm of manufacturing, food & beverage processing, pharmaceuticals, or another highly-regulated industry, documenting and following Standard Operating Procedures – along...
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.