Now that the tax season is finally over it’s time to take a minute, reflect on the past two months and find some ways that life could have been more efficient and a lot easier. Did you find yourself saying any of the following “if only” statements during tax season?
Business Automation and Software Blog
In part four of our series on overcoming latencies in your manufacturing business process, we will be focusing on Monitoring and Processing Incoming Email.
Part 2 of 2: The Value of Automation and Efficiency for an Optimized Warehouse
Topics: organizational efficiency
The internet and social media have undoubtedly changed the way we do business. Companies today are smarter, faster, and have better access to information and marketing options than ever before. What’s more, even if your organization isn’t actively participating in it, chances are that your customers, prospects, vendors and employees certainly are. However, while social media presents several benefits to your organization, it can also pose some threats which is why it is essential that you have a good social media policy that governs how your employees interact with it on your behalf during work hours, on a personal level at work, as well as during their ‘off hours’.
Every company needs to be prepared for emergencies; however there is an astounding percentage that are not. If some sort of catastrophic event were to happen, would your company be ready? Do you have a disaster recovery plan in place that will get you through? Keep in mind that the term ‘Disaster’ applies to many different types of events. Not only encompassing events brought by mother nature, but also accidental, or deliberate human influence such as fire, flood, a loss of communication or even a virus.
In our last Positive Point we introduced our new series on Business Latencies – slow processes within your company that can and should be automated to increase efficiency. This week we’d like to take a look at Executing Redundant Tasks.
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