Day 3 – Streamline Communication Between Team Members
Your employees may have developed a habit of waiting outside the manager’s office or visiting the accounts team to get an invoice cleared due to a lack of software. Make use of the notifications feature in the workflow software to keep people notified of tasks that need their attention.
Ask them to communicate using the tool and focus more on their task than wait for approval as it’s now the responsibility of someone else. It also encourages accountability, getting things done in a better way.
Day 4 – Find New Tasks that Can be Converted into Workflows
After creating workflows and automating repetitive tasks, it’s time to identify new tasks that can be created into workflows and forwarded to their respective department. All repetitive tasks should be automated and a workflow automation program can help you get it done in a matter of days. Once set up, your employees no longer have to monitor them and focus their efficiency on immediate tasks that need human intervention for better output.
Day 5 – Witness the Change Workflow Automation Could Bring
After having set up workflows for different teams including HR, Finance, Sales, and other areas, employees can now go completely paperless and get rid of the chaos that ensues in maintaining manual records. They can seamlessly communicate with one another, save time spent notifying team leaders or managers to look into files, and focus on creative tasks that need their attention instead of repetitive ones.
Witness the change workflow automation could bring! Cflow is a workflow automation tool designed to do everything mentioned above and more, helping you improve business performance in just a week’s time and providing long-term benefits to bring the best out of your workforce.
Be it creating easy workflows, managing invoices, sending documents digitally for signature, notifying HR or the Finance team to complete tasks on time, everything can be done within the Cflow interface.