In your company if someone is missing is it impossible to understand what he was doing and how to replace him?
Do you feel that in your company there are departments that almost look like competing companies?
In your company do you know where you are or do you have to go around the 7 churches? Do you know what are the components to take action to reduce waste, non-compliance, returns or you proceed on sight?
Is there a riot of Excel sheets created in your company in an attempt to manage complexity that gets out of hand?
These and other problems arise from a wrong (or failed) organization of processes.
For solutions we could talk about the digital transformation that is becoming a "must have" for many companies in order not to lag behind or simply to continue to be competitive. But what exactly does this digitization mean and how can it simplify business processes?
Here are 4 tips to simplify processes through digitization:
Everything a company does is collected in a documentation that can be a drawing, a request, a report, a purchase or sale contract and so on and so forth (even those thousand post-its that populate your desk).
But every document, every idea, does not necessarily have to be just in a sheet of paper but has to be digitized. We don’t hate paper or stationery, but it’s hard to look for data on a piece of paper when these sheets turn into mountains.
Choose one tool that allows you to store all of your knowledge business.
To cope with the management of all business documentation, you need to rely on a system where, although many can support documents, everything remains *ordered, classified and organized without a treasure hunt every time you look for a document that is 3, 5 or 10 years old.
The ideal would be to have a single container or a container able to draw information from what already exists in your company to have a "natural glue".
There are so many things that companies do manually because they think they will spend too much by automating them. It’s actually not just a matter of saving time but reducing errors and increasing efficiency.
Here are some examples:
In-house collaborative systems (not only between people but also between technologies used) are of paramount importance to improve business processes and help team up. Effective collaboration is the key to a company’s success. It allows faster troubleshooting, higher work quality and efficiency.
Here are some practical examples of collaborative systems application results:
If you then ask us we could tell you that that system "X" able to respond to your needs is called SolidRules.