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Wadih Pazos • February 28, 2014
In enabling this combination, corporations are seeing a new level of flexibility in how they manage money and talent management and monitor the wellbeing of organizations. Placing different aspects of corporate technology behind these endeavors is helping to make sure everything runs more fluidly, thereby helping to cut costs as well. Part of the push behind these initiatives is due to the rise of big data, unstructured information that requires curation and management before it can be placed into a maintained storage resource.
According to AMEinfo, corporations need to use these resources more efficiently in order to better utilize big data resources, information that can be better managed with electronic workflow and other forms of automation. Harvesting valuable insight from these sources of information do require some effort, but once corporations crack the code on how to create appropriate tools, they will experience much better employee and customer engagement levels.
“[Small businesses] face the same challenges as larger enterprises, when it comes to managing, storing and analyzing information,” said June Manley of AMEinfo. “Accessing the right information for business decision-making is a fundamental issue.”
These tools are moving to a whole new level thanks to mobile deployments and electronic workflow management resources. Converting information to digital infrastructure allows corporations with BYOD programs to access invoices, monitor payments and keep up with financial and human resources data from wherever they are. These systems are also coming into play through conventional desktops and laptops, CRM Buyer reported. The source stated that companies are focusing on graphical user interfaces that allow high tech gesture and touch screen inputs, allowing for a more personalized experience every time people make use of such systems.
The rise of mobile apps is driving companies to ask for more purpose-specific software options. This is making electronic workflow both more favorable and flexible, as well as the perfect solution for businesses trying to expand their productivity without incurring additional costs.