Category: Process Automation

 

Best Practices, Process Automation

Don’t Ignore That Broken Process Within Your Organization

January 17, 2018, Author: Kristin Treat

A broken process can cause lengthy delays in getting assignments, from easy to sophisticated, done. But when that broken process is repeated countless times across your organization, over many years, your organization’s productivity can take a major hit. Every time it takes 20 minutes to get a password reset, every time […]

Document Generation, Process Automation, Workflow and Content Automation

Why You Should Automate the Sales Process

January 15, 2018, Author: Galen Rodgers

The sales funnel is a framework that helps sales and marketing teams turn potential customers into leads and eventually into paying customers and clients. But modern buying trends have re-shaped the sales funnel. 67% of the buyer journey is now done digitally, for starters, while B2B buyers are typically 57% […]

Process Automation, Workflow and Content Automation

3 Limitations To Your SharePoint Workflow That Are Holding You Back

January 11, 2018, Author: Alex Burton

As you are no doubt aware, if you use SharePoint workflows, workflow automation can greatly enhance your business processes, both internally and externally with customers and clients. But while a SharePoint workflow is useful and can help you improve your business functions, it is only useful to a point. It’s […]

Process Automation, Workflow and Content Automation

How Automated Quality Control Reports Improve Efficiency and End Paper Processes

January 10, 2018, Author: admin

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Process Automation, Workflow and Content Automation

Automated Workflows’ Impact on Digital Transformation for Manufacturing

January 8, 2018, Author: admin

Digital transformation for manufacturing offers huge potential for the sector. ‘Industry 4.0’ will allow for concepts like the ‘smart factory’, where connected devices and systems are able to communicate with one another autonomously; exchanging information, triggering actions, and even managing one another with artificial intelligence. ‘Industry 4.0’ may be somewhere […]