What does it mean for a process to be touchless? Sounds a little sci-fi, right? And, for some, it may also sound downright unbelievable. When a company is so used to manual processes and procedures, embracing automation and becoming more hands-off often feels like a dream. The truth is, even some “automated” processes require some human intervention, even if it’s minimal. But we believe that even that little bit of manual intervention shouldn’t be necessary, which is why we developed a completely touchless workflow.
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‘Tis the season for predictions. This is our favorite time of year; when we start to foreshadow the year ahead, get excited about developments in technology and new and emerging trends. This is the time of year to set goals, while also looking back at the previous year and analyzing how we tracked on those goals. It’s a fresh start, and for those of us in the tech industry, it’s exhilarating!
Happy 2019! It’s a new year of technological developments, business growth and ongoing transformation, and we’re excited about it! As the new year begins, your organization may be considering investing in new technology, like a robotic process automation (RPA) solution.
You wouldn’t make a large decision – like purchasing a home or a car – without all of the information, right? You want to have all the data to ensure that the choice you’re making is the right one. The same goes for managers and executives at companies. Today’s technology, like artificial intelligence (AI), business process automation (BPA), robotic process automation (RPA) and other automated tools, is helping create a data-driven decision-making revolution.
We love robotic process automation (RPA), and our customers have seen some serious success and ROI after implementing RPA technology. However, we also recognize that there are many RPA implementation projects that fail, or that don’t generate the expected ROI or efficiency gains. This does not mean that the technology is bad or that the vendor did not implement correctly. In fact, a failed RPA project can occur for a variety of reasons.
It may feel like we’re already at the pinnacle of technological development, what with artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics, but we’re really only at the beginning when it comes to robotic process automation (RPA)!
Today’s workforce is more nomadic than ever. Employees are working from home offices, coffee shops, airplanes and hotels, and it’s because modern technology is allowing them to access information and communicate with their teams from anywhere, anytime.
There’s no getting around it, your company’s AP department is vitally important to the success of the organization. Without quick (and accurate) payment processing to vendors and service providers, your organization loses credibility, money and a competitive edge. There is little that organizations dislike more than late or missing payments!
You’ve been entering data manually into your company’s AP system for years. Never mind that it is clunky, paper-based, inefficient and wrought with data entry errors, it’s your system and you’ll use it if you want to!
Look around you right now. If you're in a public place, count how many people are on some sort of electronic device. If you're reading this from your cell phone, tablet or laptop, well, you prove my point. We are in an era dominated by mobile devices, cloud computing, smart analytics and the Internet of Things and, because of this, digitizing processes and procedures is becoming increasingly important in the workplace. Yes, beyond just streaming Netflix from your phone. Society has gone digital, and the rise of digital technology has caused a dramatic shift in how businesses need to understand the benefits of new and emerging technologies in order to meet the changing needs of today’s consumers.