So you’ve decided to make some changes in your office. You’ve invested in something called Enterprise Workflow Automation (which combines tools like Document Management Software and Robotic Process Automation), and you’ve got a team working to revamp your processes, making them better and automating tasks where possible.
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.
Who doesn’t want to impress the boss? Any opportunity to stand out as a unique snowflake, apart from the crowd, is one you should always seize – provided you aren’t negatively affecting others. The how of this, though, isn’t always so apparent. You can easily get dragged down by the daily grind and end up playing the eternal game of catchup.
Robotic process automation (the automation of business processes through workflow software) is a technology that helps businesses save time and money. Early adopters have been using it for years, and more join their ranks each day.
Changing anything in a workplace can seem disruptive (understandably so), especially if it involves day-to-day operations and tasks your employees are accustomed to doing. But that doesn’t mean it’s a bad disruption. In fact, many new technologies are simplifying the workplace and making it easier than ever to “GSD” and top the charts in productivity.
The 11th Ability Commerce User Summit was held last week – and the DocuPhase team has been busy learning about reducing costs and improving productivity and customer service across all industries! In particular, this summit was concentrated on order management, eCommerce, and financials.
There’s plenty of advice available online – some good, some bad, and some just plain awful (some people even use Wikipedia for advice...). The real challenge comes in determining what you should listen to and what’s white noise or an old wives’ tale that no longer applies in today’s digital world.