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C-Suite Guide: How To Develop A “Business-Focused” Digital Transformation Plan

C-Suite Guide: How To Develop A “Business-Focused” Digital Transformation Plan

C-Suite executives hear it every day in the news “digital transformation”, “workflow”, “robotic process automation”, “e-signature”, and “hyper-automation”. Sure it sounds great, but what is the cost/benefit, and where should your organization focus? After conducting hundreds of enterprise, department, workgroup, and process-level studies, for organizations ranging in size from 25 to 250,000 employees, across all industries, I have a couple of ideas for you. What not to do. Try to find a home for the technology, let individual users or…

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RPA The Secret to Your Workflow Sustainability

RPA The Secret to Your Workflow Sustainability

Organizations throughout the world are realizing the benefits of using Robotic Processing Automation (RPA) to cut down the time spent on manual tasks that can be easily automated. Because RPA-fueled workflows mimic human actions without the need for human intervention, RPA and technologies such as Digital Workflow can dramatically increase organizational efficiency and cost savings for almost all operational and back-office processes. However without a comprehensive plan, RPA will become sidelined over time, and investment in this technologies will be…

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Is Your Organizations Digital Workflow Project Momentum Stuck?

Is Your Organizations Digital Workflow Project Momentum Stuck?

A common complaint from organizations and workflow software account representatives is once a successful digital workflow project is completed or several are implemented in departments such as IT or HR, the momentum stalls.  As an independent consultant, after conducting hundreds of workflow studies, for many different platforms including FileNet/IBM, OpenText, Servicenow, Power Automate, Hyland On-Base, Oracle, Kofax, LaserFiche, and many others….. I believe three primary reasons for “project stall” is the lack of a well thought out and agreed to…

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