Business Process Automation

A business process is often started by a trigger, such as the filing of an expense report, which initiates a set of predefined workflow steps, or processes, that conclude with the employee receiving reimbursement. The goal of BPA is to not only automate business processes, but to simplify and improve business workflows as well. BPA can be a standalone initiative or part of a larger, overarching business process management (BPM) strategy.

Within BPM, automated business processes are managed collectively to improve an organization’s overall workflow in terms of achieving greater efficiency, adapting to changing business needs, reducing human error and clarifying job roles and responsibilities. BPM is itself a subset of infrastructure management, which maintains and optimizes an organization's core operational components such as processes, equipment and data.

You need to Automate Processes

for your Business



What is Business Process Automation?

Business process automation is the method by which businesses reduce the cost in time and money for carrying out common tasks. Manual triggers are replaced by software led events which enables an end to end business process. Dependent on what your business chooses to automate, there are many benefits.

Key Benefits:

  • Significant Cost Savings
  • Faster Revenue Recovery
  • Better Customer Engagement
  • Improved Working Conditions
  • Clearer Reporting

Increase Efficiency

through Automation



Speed document review and approval

  • Track exactly where documents are and who is working on each document.
  • Enable simultaneous review and approval by routing documents to multiple users.
  • Ensure tasks are completed on time with automatic recurring notification emails.
  • Present users with a full history of all business process steps related to a document.
  • Automatically send notifications when documents are created, edited or deleted.
 

Accelerate forms-based business processes

  • Review and approve submitted forms from a tablet or smartphone, web browser, or email.
  • Show authorized staff all pending forms and actions required, increasing visibility and prompting timely response.
  • Enable employees to create BPMN-compliant process models using drag-and-drop interaction.
  • Modify existing processes and add users without the need to install additional business process automation software.