In Part 1, we listed the most common challenges we hear from prospects when it comes to managing paper and financial processes. When we hear about the challenges that prospects are facing, our goal is to demonstrate how paperless automation can solve them. Read on to learn how MetaViewer Paperless Automation combats the problems that today’s businesses are facing when they’re burdened with paper.
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“What’s the problem?” is often part of every day conversations. At the doctor, in your manager’s office, when your kids come to you crying. We ask (or get asked) “What’s the problem?” so that a solution can be discovered.
For many organizations, robotic process automation (RPA) is the driver of digital transformation. According to research from Deloitte that was conducted in 2017, 53 percent of organizations are already using RPA, and this number is expected to increase to 72 percent in 2020. Additionally, business research institute APQC found that RPA was the “nucleus” of 69 percent of digital strategies. They also found that the number of RPA projects per organization nearly doubled from 2017 to 2018 (8.6 in 2017 to 14.9 in 2018).
You’ve automated accounts payable, and you may have even automated accounts receivable. But did you know that one of the departments that can benefit most from automation is human resources? Few departments process as much paper as human resources. Additionally, few departments process as much sensitive information as human resources. Because of this, it’s important that it is both efficiently managed, and securely stored.
Tech buzzwords are everywhere. From scholarly articles to Twitter, as technology continues to advance, the vocab continues to evolve and overlap. Digital transformation, machine learning, artificial intelligence, robotic process automation, business process automation… are all of these terms really different? Or are they just different versions of the same thing?
Sometimes it feels like we’re at the pinnacle of technology. We have the ability to connect with people around the world, have products and services delivered to our door, automate processes and procedures so that we don’t even need to touch them. How much more could technology possibly advance?!
In one fell swoop, scammers phished more than $100 million from Facebook and Google. And, let’s be honest, if it can happen to Facebook and Google, it can happen to anyone. No matter how careful you are, how diligent you are about changing your passwords regularly, covering up your webcam and not opening those suspicious-looking emails, phishing and fraud can still happen to you.
If you’ve noticed recently that your company is still managing processes using cumbersome and antiquated methods, you may be asking yourself these questions:
Having a company with great culture and employee morale is important. It’s often why organizations host pot lucks, holiday parties, outings and other various team-building activities. But did you know that you can also increase employee morale by upping your technology game?