Most organizations are convinced that if productivity on the field is improved, it will result in real business benefits. The challenge however, is to figure out how to improve this productivity.
Approximately a third of an HR manager’s time is estimated to be spent on routine, administrative taken up throughout an employee’s life cycle in the organization.
A recent study conducted by InsideSales.com has revealed that sales reps spend only 37% of their time selling. 14.8% of their time is spent on administrative tasks...
Excel spreadsheets are ubiquitous, mainly because we believe Excel works just fine for a number of tasks and processes. We also feel that Excel based work costs us nothing as we’ve already invested in the software, and our teams are familiar with it.
The current landscape of the workplace is quite paradoxical – on the one hand, advanced automation technologies such as robotics are gaining acceptance, while on the other, inefficient manual processes and workflows are still around.
Effective workflow management entails creating a consistent but agile process to easily and systematically handle such workflows, and automate the workflow management as much as possible.
If you are implementing a workflow management system for the first time or are considering changing an existing manual or Excel based process, here are 7 things you should expect from automated workflow management software