Let a Digital Workflow Assistant (Document Management) Do Those Repetitive Processes
Most of us have to wake up in the morning and go to work. A lot of us start our working day the same way; we drink coffee, check our emails, and organize our day based on priority tasks. The descriptive list of tasks, duties, and responsibilities is called a Job Description. We soon realize time has changed and there is a buzz regarding the automation of business processes. Needless to say, the time is here for a Digital Workflow Assistant.
What is a Job Description?
First, Job Analysis. A broad and general description of a specific job, based on a job analysis. A job description generally includes duties, purpose, responsibilities, scope, and working conditions. The job title usually designates the type of description defined. Job description usually forms the basis of the job specification. The tasks, scope, and responsibilities are usually part of a workflow. Perfect or not, workflows tend to maintain a certain burden of cost across most organizations.
The illustration below shows an average employee’s daily workload (left side):
A Digital Workflow Assistant (on the right) can alleviate some of these burdens by taking the Average Employee’s mundane repetitive processes and automate them through triggers and variations. In addition, the Digital Workflow Assistant has plenty of room to create more added-value productivity enhancing the process with full integration, peripheral leverage, workflow management, and scalability. #futureproof
What Happens When a Digital Workflow Assistant Disrupts the Current Workplace?
Document Management – This is where the sizzle happens.
Another point, solutions now are capable of handling multiple workflows with notification and integration. Document Management Systems with strong security and vast functionality lead the pack in a competitive market. We work with DocuWare to help users experience the full capabilities of a true cloud-first and future-proof document management system.
More Time Equals More Revenue-Generating Activity
You have now successfully freed-up plenty of time for the Current Average Employee. Illustration 2.1 below shows (in green) the amount of “revenue-producing” activities your employee has. So, if the question every rises: “Robots are replacing us at work!” you can counter and say – “Automation is here to help you become more successful and profitable.”
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