The stability of your workforce can be impacted by any number of things – 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?
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.
So you’ve decided to make some changes in your office. You’ve invested in something called Enterprise Automation (which combines the of 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.
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.
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.
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...
Are you losing confidence in your existing Document Management System (DMS) or Workflow Automation platform? Are you tired of your employees dealing with cumbersome systems that lose documents and data about as much as they save them?
Remember the good old days, when the only technology you had to learn to use at work was the phone and the fax machine? Business technology has come a long way from the Mad Men era, and today’s software vendors offer solutions for just about anything your business needs.