How to Begin Your Results-Oriented Automation Strategy

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Getting Tied Up in Manual Processes?

If you’re getting tangled in manual processes, which is common, you can take steps towards automating processes. Manually managing day-to-day tasks that predominantly just keep the lights on is, unfortunately, not how a business grows.

Identify Tasks that are Low-skill and Repeatable.

These tasks often take away from your team’s ability to innovate as they are trapped in a revolving door of manual tasks. Automation can sometimes scare businesses, but starting with small tasks allows a business to grow confidence with automation, which will enable a business to grow as a result of time being spent on more important tasks. Use these small automated tasks to build up your team’s knowledge base before expanding your automation strategy.

Take the Time to Explore these Systems and Processes

Evaluating these systems and processes along the way, will help highlight areas you can tackle immediately and other areas that can be built into a long-term plan. It’s important to start small as it reduces the risk of disrupting the customer experience. This will enable your business to undertake opportunities to improve people, processes, and profitability.

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Results-Oriented Automation

Automate low-skill work that consumes vast amounts of time. Manual, repeatable work is the best place to start. Ultimately, automating these tasks are likely to yield early returns as well as providing a positive and valuable experience with automation.

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