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- The benefits of successful workflow automation
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Start your road to successful workflows by understanding the goals for the initiative.
Efficiency looms largest among workflow's virtues. This starts with the ability to drive a standard, consistent process, and to drive it faster than when operated manually. An automated workflow cuts the time participants spend engaged with the process, ideally reducing their non-value-added activities to zero. This is often seen by eliminating the need for participants to update logs or shared spreadsheets, to alert them when they need to approve or weigh-in on a decision and to provide them with the information needed to do so, to automatically handle all necessary record-keeping for compliance and other purposes, and to intelligently route workflow based on dynamic input.