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How E-Forms & Office Automation Streamlines HR Onboarding

Onboarding a large number of employees in a compressed timeframe can be a nightmare. Some applicants are new and some may be returning employees, requiring you to know the difference between the two, to match those returning with their existing records and run new employees through the entire onboarding process—fast and without mistakes. It’s the kind of thing that makes you want to go on a permanent vacation.

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Automating Accounts Payable: Knowing Your Who, What, When, Where and Why

Workflow automation can help you streamline your business processes in many different ways. Accounts payable automation is perhaps the easiest place to start. The process through which you’ll automate accounts payable can quickly transform the way you do business, but it’s important to take the time to implement everything properly.

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AP Workflow Metrics: How to Identify, Implement & Evaluate Results

Before automating your business process, it’s important to identify the most meaningful metrics so that you can measure and analyze the results. This sounds easy, but where do you start? What metrics are the most important? And why do this at all? We will answer these questions by looking at an example: accounts payable workflow.

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The Need for Speed: How to Move at Your Customer’s Pace

While the way to provide great customer service is easy to visualize, it’s not as simple in execution. So let’s take a look at some common struggles that affect customer service and how you can better equip your business to address them by increasing your office productivity – and without hiring a slew of additional staff.

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Why Large Businesses Are Increasing Efficiency with Automation

As your business continues to be successful, with top-line growth steadily increasing along with staff numbers and a strong market presence, it’s likely you’re constantly looking for ways to improve your bottom line as well. It’s simple in theory; the more efficient your business is, the less you’re spending on things that don’t boost your profits.

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Four Things to Think About Before Making the Move to the Cloud

The phrase “working in the cloud” used to be unfamiliar to many, but it’s the way smart business is done today. Cloud computing has proven to be a secure, cost-effective way for organizations to meet accessibility, functionality, and flexibility needs in their operations. From managing document approval to running accounts payable, human resources, and order fulfillment, cloud software is not just an accepted platform, it’s critical for keeping competitive in today’s business environment.

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What Can Outsourced Digital Mailrooms Do For Your Business?

Few moves better calibrate a company to the speed of modern business than transitioning to an outsourced, off-site digital mailroom. They eliminate bottlenecks and better utilize resources while making paper and electronic mail receipt and routing more efficient. Businesses using them through third-party digital mailroom partners put themselves in position to be more competitive and, ultimately, successful. Because of this, continuing to rely on an in-house, paper-based mailroom no longer makes much sense.

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How E-Forms & Office Automation Streamlines HR Onboarding

Onboarding a large number of employees in a compressed timeframe can be a nightmare. Some applicants are new and some may be returning employees, requiring you to know the difference between the two, to match those returning with their existing records and run new employees through the entire onboarding process—fast and without mistakes. It’s the kind of thing that makes you want to go on a permanent vacation.

Read more

Workflow automation can help you streamline your business processes in many different ways. Accounts payable automation is perhaps the easiest place to start. The process through which you’ll automate accounts payable can quickly transform the way you do business, but it’s important to take the time to implement everything properly.

Before automating your business process, it’s important to identify the most meaningful metrics so that you can measure and analyze the results. This sounds easy, but where do you start? What metrics are the most important? And why do this at all? We will answer these questions by looking at an example: accounts payable workflow.

While the way to provide great customer service is easy to visualize, it’s not as simple in execution. So let’s take a look at some common struggles that affect customer service and how you can better equip your business to address them by increasing your office productivity – and without hiring a slew of additional staff.

As your business continues to be successful, with top-line growth steadily increasing along with staff numbers and a strong market presence, it’s likely you’re constantly looking for ways to improve your bottom line as well. It’s simple in theory; the more efficient your business is, the less you’re spending on things that don’t boost your profits.

The phrase “working in the cloud” used to be unfamiliar to many, but it’s the way smart business is done today. Cloud computing has proven to be a secure, cost-effective way for organizations to meet accessibility, functionality, and flexibility needs in their operations. From managing document approval to running accounts payable, human resources, and order fulfillment, cloud software is not just an accepted platform, it’s critical for keeping competitive in today’s business environment.

Few moves better calibrate a company to the speed of modern business than transitioning to an outsourced, off-site digital mailroom. They eliminate bottlenecks and better utilize resources while making paper and electronic mail receipt and routing more efficient. Businesses using them through third-party digital mailroom partners put themselves in position to be more competitive and, ultimately, successful. Because of this, continuing to rely on an in-house, paper-based mailroom no longer makes much sense.