A well-designed workflow incorporates automation wisely to facilitate effective communication, organization, and productivity in any business process.
A few years ago, automation was seen as an absolute good: a way to increase business efficiency, and relieve people of having to do painstaking busy work. But, as technology evolves, enthusiasm is often replaced by fear, and a desire to fight for the place of humans in a world of machines.
In this post, CEO Max Nalsky reveals where Pyrus came from.
Business process automation (BPA) is a strategy that can yield tremendous results when implemented correctly. But despite the fact that many automation software providers have made their products easy to set up, some businesses are still getting it wrong.