Corporate systems and data continue to grow exponentially, while COVID-19 is creating the necessity for organizations to adopt a 100 percent work from home model. That’s why many companies recognize they have no choice but to digitally enable their operations if they want to compete in 2020 and beyond. As IT teams face intense pressure to digitally transform their organizations, they should focus their initial effort where it counts most. The fast delivery of so much value makes accounts payable an excellent starting point for automation.
Right now, we’re all trying to understand the ways our professional and personal lives will be impacted in the short and long-term. While no one can predict how long this will last, we can predict that it will eventually come to an end. Organizations have already begun breaking from their existing business practices. While the immediate priorities for many companies were focused around employee safety, enabling remote collaboration and cost cutting, savvy leaders have now turned their attention to strategies for accelerating growth as we emerge from this crisis.
Organizations with document-centric robotic processes can leverage cognitive document automation (CDA) to significantly reduce labor costs, boost productivity and efficiency, accelerate business processes, and better engage and empower customers. CDA extends the capability of RPA to allow organizations to automate more processing, thereby reducing operating costs and increasing productivity of existing staff.
Kofax, the market leader in print management, is excited to partner with Microsoft to unlock even greater value for customers who use Universal Print together with Kofax ControlSuite and/or Kofax Equitrac.
The pandemic is affecting organisations in many ways, from a startling shredding of incoming revenues, to being utterly overwhelmed and unable to handle the increase in volumes. Organisations are making decisions quickly now, and intelligent automation can make a fast impact.
Automation can help organizations bridge productivity and safety gaps when operating with a reduced workforce and/or one in which a high number of employees have transitioned to working from home. Discover eight ways automation can help organizations successfully and safely maintain productivity and security during times of increased remote work.