In order to be considered for automation, processes should be structured and largely repeatable.
Your process should have defined start and end points. These can include time, manual triggering or driven by an event.
Automation becomes more difficult if we are having to work across devices. The best automation candidates are processes completed on a computer.
How can you know if your process is suitable for automation?
Book a free process assessment to have your process examined by a qualified automation professional.
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We will run through the process you would like to automate so that by the end of the call you will know:
If your process can be automated
Estimated cost for automation
Return on investment