Before you know it, it’s going to be 2019! As 2018 comes to a close, are you wondering what you might see in the new year? How can you work towards improving your workplace? What kinds of new technologies will be available to you? How can you make your workplace more appealing to tech-savvy Millennials?
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.
Today’s lending landscape continues to grow more and more complex, with increasing customer expectations, compliance requirements, and competing technologies. The solution to many of these steadily increasing challenges lies in a technology called Robotic Process Automation, which can be applied to the lending process in the form of lending management automation.
Banking technology has transformed the banking industry in recent years, with RPA (Robotic Process Automation) allowing banks to automate up to 70% of their tasks. While RPA paved the way, more banking automation technologies are following close behind, including a cluster of AI (Artificial Intelligence) technologies like speech recognition, machine learning, and deep learning. (source)
As school districts across the United States begin to adopt 1-to-1 technology policies (meaning that there is one device provided per student), instructional technology continues to evolve. The changes aren’t limited to students viewing textbooks on ereaders. They extend to new definitions of literacy, mixed reality experiences, and back-office innovations.
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 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?
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.