Managing workflow in business can be a challenge, especially because of the many processes and procedures involved, compliance with regulations, and the need to align resources. With the need for all businesses to embrace digital, the role of workflow management has come to the fore.
The situation is exacerbated by the introduction of often complex but relevant technology, say next generation project and process management experts.
Most companies understand the benefits of effective workflow management in business, underpinned and complimented by technologies like Nintex.
They understand that by adopting a purpose-driven and clear approach to workflow solution integration and application – with the support of a credible, experienced services provider – is all that is required to truly empower operations using workflow.
The advantages to business include a fully automated operation, faster, more efficient processing, less manual handling, increased staff satisfaction, regulatory compliance and improved records and document management.
It is for this reason that Dac Systems, a recognised leader in ICT solution supply and support, has spearheaded an initiative to demystify workflow for clients.
The core objective is to help decision makers make processes that drive businesses quicker, easier and more powerful.
“There is a great deal more to workflow management and solution integration than some businesses realise. It takes consistency, a carefully considered strategy and trust in the expertise and knowledge of a leading service provider partner. This partner would know, for example, that the bulk of workflow solutions are used by IT within a business, followed by Finance and Administration, then Human Resources,” says Chris Willemse, CEO of Dac Systems.
Dac Systems, together with its industry partner Nintex, have conducted market research and according to data collected, top processes affected by workflow include: boarding or employee hiring (human resources), travel request (finance and administration); internal processes (IT), and event planning (sales and marketing).
“So we know where workflow is taken up, we know which areas of the business it impacts and we also know how these areas should be aligned to maximise the workflow technology investment,” says Willemse.
This is how Dac Systems plans to demystify workflow and will continue to inform the market with a simple but powerful call to action: now is the time to get the most out of workflow, and rather than be overwhelmed by the technology, rely on Dac and its partners to provide clarity on this critical business function.
Customers will benefit from a clear definition of effective, automated workflow process in simple terms which every business can understand. “Why should the market care? Aside from clarity on the financial and organisational benefits of automating workflow – including the opportunity to get more done, with less hassle, and the ability to expand the impact of every team – this is a roadmap on how to make your team more efficient. Workflow systems need to deliver quickly and have a lasting impact, and that is exactly what we have on offer,” adds Willemse.