Category: Process Automation
Although building and construction companies are typically quite fast-paced in their operations, the industry itself tends to rely on traditional methods of documentation and paper processes.
David Barton shares out how adapting to the digital age and implementing automation can improve productivity for processes such as Accounts Payable, Document Management, Staff certification and job allocation, Onsite Visitors and more.
Continuing to find new ways to deliver better efficiencies, visibility and productivity is an important element to growth and innovation.
But with so many varied processes, departments and requirements within a company, knowing where to start Process Improvement can become an overwhelming concept.
Check out what Nasir Khan has to say with 5 key tips to help you navigate your journey to a successful process improvement.
Is your business unknowingly losing money to common invoice scams? Could you detect a fake invoice easily? Last year alone Australian businesses lost millions of dollars to invoice scams. Accounts Payable automation can identify invoice discrepancies and help reduce your risk of falling victim to fraudulent payments. Find out how automated AP solutions protects businesses from losing money.
Emerging technology is already changing how people work and the next five years is likely to see even more seismic changes in work processes. While people have been working with computers for decades and mobile technology has become the norm in many workplaces, the rise of technologies like artificial
Automation may not be as expensive or difficult as you might expect, and more importantly it can actually save your business money, often reducing the cost of a single task by up to 80%. What’s more, introducing automation into your business doesn’t have to be a huge project, kicking off with one or two simple processes can quickly and easily produce immediate ROI.
The industrial revolution propelled the world into a new era of productivity, but it did so at the expense of human lives. Workplaces were often dirty, dangerous, and unregulated. Deaths occurred frequently and injuries were commonplace. Injured employees weren’t supported and many families were plunged into ruin as a
Creating automated workflow, instead of paying staff members to do mindless and repetitive work, can help your business work productively. Free up time for innovation so you can compete more effectively. An automated workflow reduces the risk of human error and ensures important tasks aren’t forgotten
By Nasir Khan Do you know what the biggest resource waster in accounts payable (AP) is? If you guessed manual handling and processing of invoices, you’d be correct. Without an AP automation solution, physical mail needs to be opened and re-directed, emails forwarded and/or printed, approvers followed up, purchase orders validated,
No one enjoys doing manual, repetitive tasks day in and day out, with little opportunity to contribute creatively to the business. The invention of automated processes to take on this administrative burden has come as a welcome relief to people who crave more variety and less tedium in their working day. Automation
This article is from Inside Small Business, ‘Why workflow automation is a critical part of competitive advantage’. Click here to read more.
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Digital workflows can help transform business processes, allowing companies to achieve new heights of success. Adopting digital workflows can give your business the competitive edge over other companies in the market. Our Executive General Manager of Solutions, Matthew Coad, shares with ‘Inside Construction – Online’ how construction companies can