On Friday, Taylor Swift dropped a music video for her newest song “Look What You Made Me Do.” Whether or not you like her or the song, you can’t deny its current success — it’s broken records for the most viewed YouTube video in the first 24 hours, racking up more than 40 million views.
The song seems to hit back at less-than-friendly media coverage she’s experienced recently, talking about how she was forced to get smarter and “harder”. She’s had to adapt, just like companies in competitive landscapes where they must evolve to survive.
One way businesses evolve is by implementing robotic process automation. When utilizing a best-in-class solution, it requires them to evaluate and improve their processes. It makes them better.
Look what you did, automation
“Esker has made everything much more efficient. We don’t have any of the problems we were having before.” – Piedmont Behavioral Healthcare
“Now, all we have to do is snap our fingers to find an archived invoice. Esker’s mobile invoice application has made approvals so much easier for our managers. No one at CARSO will ever go back to how it used to be!” – CARSO Group
“You can always tell you’ve made a good decision when it becomes integral to your daily operation.” – NationsBank
What automation helps companies do
Organizations leveraging an automation solution find themselves becoming:
From quicker processing with electronic documentation to speedy customer follow-up, everything moves faster when you have the right solution in place.
Machine learning and other intelligent technologies help ensure that data is accurately extracted from documents every time.
- Customer focused
When staff is bogged down by manual tasks, the customer experience suffers. An automation solution frees them up to focus on more important things, like your customers.
- Less wasteful
Rather than printing documents and relying on paper and related materials (like toner), an electronic solution cuts the crap — minimizing waste as well as soft and hard costs.
With the transfer of business documents now highly regulated, automation allows companies to meet compliance requirements whether they’re doing business in the U.S. or overseas.
Rather than using multiple systems that can’t communicate, the right solution will integrate with existing infrastructure and unify process workflow rather than fragmenting it.
Whether it’s evaluating their process, making a plan for improvement, or creating a more effective process, automation makes organizations do a lot of [good] things. What has it helped your company do?