As your company grows, so too will the number of documents you process. Being able to quickly and easily locate documents containing important information is a must – not to mention tracking changes and processes within and between teams.
According to McKinsey Insights, more than 20 percent of CEOs’ time is spent reviewing and analyzing reports. Luckily, entire processes such as sending out assignments, document notifications, reminders and emails to team members can now be automated.
Haven’t heard about workflow automation yet? No worries, we’re here to explain it in a nutshell. Know a thing or two about workflow automation already but are unsure about giving it a try and don’t know where to begin? In this guide, you’ll find actionable steps to get started with workflow automation for your most routine processes.
When it comes to simple, not business-critical processes, automation easily outpaces the performance of a single employee while ensuring greater reliability in terms of accuracy. For instance, almost any manual task for a single employee can now be set up and running rather quickly with automation.
A few examples of workflow automation success include:
- Quill, an AI system by Narrative Science, has been generating content using raw data analysis for a couple of years now
- Kiva robots at Amazon are used to plan, navigate and coordinate the fulfillment of warehouse orders using automation technologies
- IBM's supercomputer, Watson, and its sophisticated analytical software predicts outcomes and helps optimize business decisions
In this detailed guide you’ll discover how modern workflow automation tools help you streamline your business processes for improved communication between team members, more scalable business, and boosted ROI.