There are many conflicting views on the impact that automating business processes will have on organizations.
To clarify, Business Process Automation is a process wherein data, information, and processes related to business are managed with technology as a means of driving down costs.
Some claim that spending money on such automation yields poor returns on investment, or will outright create losses on the bottom line.
Others believe automation can only be a boon.
Automation isn’t just a wave for the future.
Manufacturers, research firms, and companies specializing in warehouse and distribution are automating systems and processes to reduce costs and boost quality.
An investment in technology is an investment to compete and win new business for companies in an array of industries.
Automation is certainly not a new concept. In fact, it’s been in use to some degree for over a century.
Yet, there are still a great number of enterprise-level organizations that are on the fence about whether
this advanced technology is really worth investing in. If you are one of these late bloomers and are still
unsure of whether or not you should take the plunge and employ IT process automation in your company, here are
four signs that will let you know it’s time.
Much has been said about micromanaging these days. Micromanagers seem to be hated by their subordinates and are considered the "helicopter parents" of the corporate world.
Walking away from a prospect is hard. You’ve invested your time, energy and resources in hopes of converting into a sale. You’ve established a quality relationship and been flexible to their needs (which is sometimes part of the problem), so how can you just walk away from the sale?