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Automation of business processes in construction companies – see in which areas you can increase back office productivity

Digital transformationMateusz Tajak

The construction and development industry is mainly based on manual labour related to building. It is what generates revenue and earns companies money. In today’s market, the back office with its double responsibility of customer service management and ensuring that the company runs smoothly day-to-day can be a considerable cost.

In many companies, back office processes lag behind innovations in the construction processes. This means that the industry still has a lot of room for optimisation to streamline many of its trouble spots, reduce the error rate, and eliminate payment bottlenecks, aiming for reduced process costs.

Business process automation - finance and accounting

Digital transformationMateusz Tajak

Business process automation is increasingly being used to reduce operating costs and improve competitiveness. One type of process automation is the Robotic Process Automation technology, which allows virtual robots to carry out repetitive and time-consuming tasks within business processes. Robots can assist humans or replace them in manual and repetitive tasks.

Automation can free up the time of finance and accounting professionals by automating activities such as data entry into systems, handling billing operations or processing payments. Accounting and finance teams can then use their knowledge to make important financial decisions and provide financial management information.

How to develop applications to support time tracking and billing in manufacturing plants

Digital transformationSebastian Grzesik

Manufacturing companies need effective tools to monitor employee working time and performance. This statement appears in many conversations, pointing to a tricky challenge, both managerial and financial. The reasons why companies choose to use these tools include:

  • a lack of precise record-keeping on employee working time, available to managers/supervisors/team leaders;
  • optimisation of production processes;
  • cost optimisation;
  • business process adjustment, which I wrote about here;
  • real-time visibility of staff working hours;
  • the need to plan working time

How do we identify the right process for Robotic Process Automation in a small or medium-sized company?

Digital transformationMateusz Tajak

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) has become firmly established in banking, insurance and other large businesses. In these types of organizations, it is not difficult to decide which processes should be automated first, due to their scale. The case is slightly different for companies in the SMB segment. Here, it is definitely more difficult to identify such processes and appoint the person responsible for finding them and calculate RPA profitability.

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and Business Process Management (BPMS) – why you need to combine them.

Digital transformationMateusz Tajak

Many companies, especially those who are new to business process automation, wonder whether to focus on Robotic Process Automation (RPA) or perhaps implementing a workflow platform (BPMS). As a result, when they decide on one of these technologies and use it, they want it to handle as many processes as possible. The thinking behind it is: since we are investing in Robotic Process Automation, we should automate all the processes in our company. Is this approach right? More in this article, but first just a quick look at RPA and BPM.

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