As an award-winning, people-first technology consultancy, Appetite for Business has played a key part in digitalisation projects, helping individuals and organisations harness the digital workplace through Microsoft Office 365 solutions.
This month, the business is collaborating with long-standing partners and process automation experts FlowForma on an exclusive upcoming webinar “Top 4 Predictions for Process Automation in 2021”.
Knowing process automation will become key for organisations of all sizes to survive and adapt to ever-changing environments, the two organisations are coming together. On 27th January at 4pm GMT, the speakers will show how businesses can improve cost reduction and productivity through the latest automation strategies and tools.
Sheryl Newman, Chief Executive Officer at Appetite for Business, said:
“Processes are at the heart of every organisation. When you automate your time-consuming processes intelligently it changes the way you work.
Committed to the success of our clients and the business community in general, we believe sharing relevant and practical advice on a game-changing technology would help decision-makers and teams navigate the challenges and uncertainty brought by 2021. Over the past few years, we’ve seen businesses reaching significant time and cost savings by eliminating repetitive and paper-based tasks. The right automation strategies and tools have become key in driving successful digital transformation.”
Paul Stone, Product Strategist at FlowForma, added:
“Moving to digital processes has enabled a wide range of organisations to enhance their performance, while reducing time and cost. By employing our no-code business process automation tool, some businesses have reported saving over 5,000 employee hours. Innovative and simple solutions are nowadays readily available to businesses. Our tool has produced automated workflows that are 60% more efficient than their old paper-based processes. Our event will be a great opportunity for participants to understand why and how automation is critical when shifting to digital practices and processes.”
To learn more about the event and register visit: https://bit.ly/3miBybm