Does every enterprise need to automate its workflows?

By Kelli Negro, Head of Marketing

Based on the statistics and examples we’ve cited in this latest publication, we’d say every organization should at least take a long look at how it conducts workflows. Because manual, paper-based processes may drag it under before anybody realizes what’s happening.

Workflow Automation: Accelerating Enterprise Productivity provides a solid study of the reasons why organizations are turning to automation. It’s how they’re prepping for a future where optimum efficiency, error eradication and agility will be vital to staying competitive.

Eliminating the “pain of the mundane” of repetitive processes not only helps the bottom line, but improves workplace morale, employee retention and candidate recruitment, among a host of other benefits.

Making the right choices

Workflow Automation: Accelerating Enterprise Productivity

We’ve seen that transformation in action among our own customers using ThinkSmart’s TAP. So, we’ve combined extensive research and our own longstanding expertise to draft this updated guide.

It not only dives into the advantages of workflow automation but provides a handy checklist for evaluating potential products and platforms.

It’s a free download, and it answers many of the most common questions we’ve come across from organizations exploring the potential of workflow automation.

For those not yet sure about taking that step, it’s excellent reference material. For those who are committed to workflow automation, it’s a useful handbook on how to pick the right product to meet their needs.

Does every business or organization need to consider workflow automation? If they depend on document-driven workflows and accurate and auditable processes, it’s obvious the answer is “yes.”