Digital transformation is more than just installing new software and pushing “Go”. It’s a changed mindset; a different way to look at how your business manages information and a company culture focused on innovation and process improvement.
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When it comes to launching a process automation strategy, the first step is often the hardest one to take. Today’s customers are moving faster than ever before. They expect faster responses, want to make faster decisions, and want products at their doorsteps or implemented into their organizations faster than ever before. Because of this, it’s imperative that companies embrace automation where they can.
We love us some Microsoft Dynamics GP. Many of our customers have found tremendous success with this ERP solution and have used it to better manage their financial information.
Your accounting and finance department is probably used to the daily grind of collecting, processing and filing invoices and other financial documents. And we have serious respect for all that accounting and finance employees do on a daily basis. Because of that, we are constantly looking for ways to help you do your job more efficiently and accurately.
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.
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: