Work Flow Automation
Work flow automation in the business facility is the use of a computer software to design, execute, monitor and archive business processes manually conducted by employees, salespeople or managers of a business facility and which require non-automatic interaction.
A firm can easily document the phases of a process by digitizing the business process, determine one or more employees to be assigned for a particular task, monitor the due dates and enable the process to be completed on time.
Those who manage the process of a company can easily design and apply a solution covering the entire organization without requiring to know how to code and develop customer specific software thanks to the E-Flow Process Management System.
As a result, more accurate process documentation, faster changes and upgrades, cost savings and much shorter development cycle are ensured.
Advantages of Work Flow Automation
Many companies have always been aware of the advantages of automating their business processes. When done with a efficient bargain, the time and cost of transitioning to the automation will be more than the advantages that it would bring. On the other hand, by using E-Flow, the managers can automate their business processes in just hours instead of weeks by means of an intuitive and graphical process design tool. The entire background database, load balancing, multi-use and security details are already considered and designed.
A company can obtain any or more than those specified below by automating the processes:
Automatic Process Documentation: All phases / stages, information and people regarding a process are listed. Such information are shared and the number of employees are determined.
Monitoring the Process: Each action within a process can be monitored and seen by managers. The work done by each user is recorded in a database and can be viewed at a later date if required. It might accelerate the overdue tasks.
Less Paper / Less Lost Information: Most of the manual operations are done on paper forms and documents. Information on paper can be easily lost and might be difficult to follow up when necessary.