Top 5 Operations processes to transform using Digital Process Automation (DPA)

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EVERY OPERATIONS MANAGER SHOULD TRANSFORM

Drive greater efficiency by replacing manual processes with forms and workflows you create to bring people, data and systems together.

As an operations leader, you have the opportunity to help all departments develop a roadmap of transformation. Build a business case for digital innovation to eliminate slow processes that hinder efficiency and dilute focus.

Take control and deliver automated processes today.

TOP OPERATIONS PROCESSES

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INVENTORY MANAGEMENT

Control costs and maintain accurate records. Automated alerts let you know when stock is getting low, and reporting capabilities help you make decisions regarding supply and demand.

2

CONTRACT LIFECYCLE MANAGEMENT

Centralise documents and combine them with workflows to automate the entire contract lifecycle with full visibility.

3

RISK MANAGEMENT

Maximise opportunities and minimise adverse effects. Gaining full visibility to all of your line-of-business data can help you make the right decisions at the right time.

4

EXPENDITURE AUTHORISATION

Eliminate unauthorised spending through automated workflows that control capital budgets and expenditures.

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INCREASE TIME TO MARKET

Lead workflow transformation and ensure all areas of your business are using the same methods and processes for overall efficiency across the business, from manufacturing to servicing to selling.

WHY DOES THIS MATTER?

OPERATIONS LEADERS ARE OFTEN TASKED WITH HAVING TO:

Eliminate waste and optimising efficiency

Create long-term customer and employee strategies

Maximise automation

Increase profitability and accelerate business expansion

Track processes and approvals

Focus operations staff on high-value, strategic activities

Drive optimal productivity

Make the most of technology available

Adhere to regulations

Shape effective business processes

Implement compliance

Create processes and policies in changing regulatory environments

“Today’s operational leaders must have strategic vision and tactical savvy, the ability to act flexibly in modular organisations and relational intelligence. That is what makes a successful COO.”

– Think Act / COO Insights, Roland Berger Strategy Consultants

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