When you’re saving money, every little bit counts. You collect your change in a jar labeled “vacation!” and skip the frou-frou Starbucks drinks and the other extras that can add up over time.
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.
As active members of the Microsoft GPUG community, the DocuPhase team is getting amped up for the community’s biggest event of the year, Summit 2018.
When Ovation Fertility, a collection of independently-thinking IVF and genetics labs, went looking for help with their AP process issues, DocuPhase rose to the challenge, delivering an accounting automation solution that would help them increase accuracy and productivity, while setting them up for future growth.
While at least 90% of law firms offer benefits like work-from-home programs and part-time scheduling options, it’s estimated that only 6 or 7 percent of law professionals are currently taking advantage of these opportunities. (source)
How can you maintain and grow your lending customer base? In theory, it’s pretty simple:
Did you know that 86% of mistakes made in the healthcare industry are administrative? Imagine what kind of results a simple clerical error can have. Maybe a patient is billed incorrectly. Or, worse yet, maybe he or she receives the wrong medication or another incorrect treatment. What if a patient record is misfiled and lost? These errors can present serious issues!
These days, many companies are trying to improve their culture by providing employees with special perks and benefits. As the new generation is entering the workforce, millennial-friendly companies are getting creative, some of them going as far as having game rooms and kegerators (that’s a fridge for a keg).
One of the most common ways that companies get bogged down by their own weight is through poor accounting and financial management. In a survey conducted by Business-Software.com in May of 2013, nearly 200 finance executives in the U.S. were asked a series of questions to better understand the current state of finance departments around the country.